He left the blood-soaked mountains of Chechnya behind to become a gun-for-hire in the new Moscow. But an international cabal is luring Alexei Volkovoy back to those mountains and toward a confrontation with his old nemesis.The headquarters of an American oil company spits smoke into the Moscow night, the aftermath of an apparent terrorist attack. A Russian army captain carrying a Faberge egg and digital evidence of horrific wartime atrocities is murdered, and relieved of both. And in the snowy mountains of southern Russia, a terrorist named Abreg Volk's old enemy hatches a plan to lure him back into his grasp."Shadow of the Wolf "finds Colonel Alexei Volkovoy covert agent of the Russian army and major player in the Moscow underworld once again struggling to stay afloat in the swirling currents of Russian political and economic intrigue."
Brent Ghelfi has served as a clerk on the U.S. Court of Appeals, been a partner in a Phoenix-headquartered law firm, and now owns and operates several businesses. He has traveled extensively throughout Russia, and lives in Phoenix, Arizona, with his wife and family.