Ever since a group of Navy SEALS killed Osama bin Laden, there has been keen interest in the activities of this elite group.
The leader of the Navy SEAL group in this story, is Tom Crocker. He's spent his life sticking up for those who weren't able to stand up for themselves.
He's led his team on difficult missions to places like El Salvatore, Iraq and Iran and now he seems to have an enemy working against the United States with equal success in his operations as Tom has had with his.
The story starts with a strong hook. After one of the associates of Abu Rasul Zaman, a top al-Qaeda agent, is eliminated, Crocker finds evidence that there is a major operation under way against the West and those friendly to the United States. At the same time, a number of young people are being kidnapped from European countries and sold to wealthy Arabs. Crocker is asked to find one of them whose family is friends with the King of Norway.
There is nonstop action and excitement throughout this story which is an enjoyable and fast read. If you're looking for sheer pleasure, "Hunt the Wolf" will entertain.