Drummer's Call

Revenge of a Lone Wolf

Fiction - Thriller - Terrorist
351 Pages
Reviewed on 05/05/2019
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Author Biography

Born in Morecambe, England, into a military family, Nigel Seed grew up hearing his father’s tales of adventure during the Second World War which kindled his interest in military history and storytelling. He received a patchy education, as he and his family followed service postings from one base to another. Perhaps this and the need to constantly change schools contributed to his odd ability to link unconnected facts and events to weave his stories. Nigel later joined the Army, serving with the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers in many parts of the world. Upon leaving he joined the Ministry of Defence.He is married and lives in Spain; half way up a mountain with views across orange groves to the Mediterranean. The warmer weather helps him to cope with frostbite injuries he sustained in Canada, when taking part in the rescue effort for a downed helicopter on a frozen lake.
His books are inspired by places he has been to and true events he has either experienced or heard about on his travels. He makes a point of including family jokes and stories in his books to raise a secret smile or two. Family dogs make appearances in his other stories.
Nigel’s hobbies include sailing and when sailing in Baltic he first heard the legend of the hidden U-Boat base that formed the basis of his first book some thirty eight years later.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Divine Zape for Readers' Favorite

Drummer's Call: Revenge of a Lone Wolf by Nigel Seed is an engrossing terrorist thriller with memorable characters and intense action. There has never been a time when the American military felt so helpless in the face of an attack. A very intelligent and cunning Arab bio-chemist wants to send a message to the US and he wants it done in a painful and humiliating way. He wants the US brought to its knees for supporting a regime that makes life unbearable for its people by supplying them with weapons. He is about to unleash death on American soil on a magnitude never experienced in history. Only one man can stop him — Simon Drummer, on loan to the bio-warfare unit in the US. Can Simon locate the terrorist and stop him before his elaborate and dangerous plan is put into action?

This is a gem in the genre of terrorist thrillers, a novel with a phenomenal conflict and a compelling character, a gifted fighter racing against time to stop one of the most powerful threats to the US. Drummer's Call: Revenge of a Lone Wolf is filled with action and suspense and from the very first page, the reader longs to see what happens next. While it is a work of fiction, it mimics the fear of many an American citizen that one of the enemies of the nation can unleash death on the country. It has happened before. Nigel Seed’s ability to infuse the narrative with realism and humanity is rare and impeccable and readers do really feel they are walking side by side with the characters, feeling their hearts pounding in fear and trepidation. The novel features great prose, an intriguing plot, and wonderful handling of setting.