Song of the Wolf
About the Book
From the mixed blood of his white father and his Cherokee ancestors, John Dane is a born warrior who finds his niche when he joins the Unites States Marines and goes to fight in Korea. Here, he learns to unleash his violent instincts fighting Korea’s Chinese Communists.
Sharpening his deadly combat skills, Dane soon becomes a professional soldier-for-hire, stalking enemy after enemy in the jungles of Laos and Vietnam.
As Colonel Dane, black belt, mercenary soldier-adventurer, he falls in love with a beautiful war correspondent, whom he rescues from the Vietcong in a deadly mission.
About the Author
Scott C. S. Stone's knowledge of contemporary Asia began with his military service. He has traveled extensively in the Far East, including Hong Kong, Laos and Vietnam, and he has lives in Hawaii where he was a newspaper correspondent.
He is a winner of the Edgar Award awarded by the Mystery Writer's Association of America for The Dragon's Eye, published by toExcel.