Contemporary, historical novels hailed for their realism by law enforcement and legal professionals. Contemporary, historical novelshailed for their realism by law enforcement and legal professionals.

A Winter of Wolves

Federal prosecutor Jeff Trask is summoned to a murder scene. A Park Police officer has been brutally murdered at the Lincoln Memorial. As Trask and a team of local and federal investigators try to find the killer, more police officers are murdered. While attending the funeral for one of these victims, Trask and his team find themselves in a firefight with a cell of radical Islamic terrorists. Disqualified because of his involvement at the scene at Arlington National Cemetery, Trask is reassigned to Washington D.C.'s Joint Terrorism Task Force, where he discovers that the firefight at Arlington was only part of a bigger and much more sinister bomb plot that threatens the entire eastern seaboard.


The lawyer-hero remains, as always, resolute and razor-sharp . . . Plenty of backstory on the villains makes them both intriguing and intimidating . . . A riveting final act which delivers plenty of action. Kirkus Reviews.      


"A riveting suspense thriller of a novel from beginning to end, "A Winter of Wolves" reveals author Marc Rainer's impressive flair for creating a deftly crafted and memorable novel that will prove to be an enduringly popular addition to community library collections. For personal reading lists it should be noted that "A Winter of Wolves" is also available in a Kindle format." Midwest Book Review.



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