Black Wolf: A Dreamland Thriller - Dale Brown & Jim DeFelice

Black Wolf: A Dreamland Thriller

By Dale Brown & Jim DeFelice

  • Release Date: 2010-11-30
  • Genre: Fiction & Literature
Score: 4
From 88 Ratings


“Dale Brown is a superb storyteller.”

—W.E.B. Griffin, Washington Post

The incomparable Dale Brown (“The best military writer in the country” —Clive Cussler) and co-author Jim DeFelice send the Dreamland team back into action in Black Wolf, an unrelentingly exciting international thriller. A notorious group of legendary assassins, code-named “Wolves,” plan to disrupt an important NATO meeting and, if they can’t be stopped, deadly chaos will reign. Black Wolf is a riveting adventure from two acknowledged masters at the top of their form—combining political intrigue, cutting edge military technology, and ripped-from-the-headlines immediacy.


  • Blackwolf

    By wilburwrite
    For those of us that follow Dreamland, I felt This a little lacking not to say disappointed in the lack of a decent ending. So much reading for such a inadequate climax. Not what one is used to in TH Dreamland escapades. Maybe Brown should write less to write better.
  • Boring...zzz can't be a Dale Brown book.

    By In lv
    This can not be from Dale Brown! Yes it's his story line, but it's flat and has nothing that has me looking forward to what's on the next page. His other books have me reading them again later on just to enjoy again. This one I do not want to even finish.