Storm is heading home after a much needed vacation in the
Swiss Alps. He boards a plane, still wearing his hiking boots,
and stores his gear overhead. His much needed rest is short
lived when he hears a sound no one wants to hear on a plane.
Storm is a spy who works for the government, and he’s
learned a lot about survival. He teams with the pilot and
saves the day. The pilot tells him three other planes have
gone down. Storm is certain it’s terrorism. He heads
to Langley Virginia and what he has dubbed “The Cubby,”
a home to the elite spy unit created by Jedidiah Jones. This
group of spies are considered Ghosts in the CIA. Also, in
the series are Agents Bryan and Rodriquez. Storm, Jones, Bryan,
and Rodriquez go over the details of the airplane crashes
- four different airplanes from four different countries.
Storm doesn’t think it’s the planes themselves,
but something on the ground, or someone. His hunch takes him
around the globe as he searches for the source behind the
first group of plane crashes, as well as the second group
in the Arabian Desert.
Storm is a suspense-filled storyline. Wild Storm
is written by a fictitious character from the popular Castle
show on TV. What made me smile was the narration of Audie
Award winner Robert Petkoff; he sounds like the TV character
Richard Castle. I enjoyed listening to Wild Storm with
my husband. We even stopped the audio from time to time to
discuss the storyline. If you’re looking for a thriller
full of action and humor, minus the graphic gore and language,
you’ll enjoy the Derrick Storm series.