V4 Vengeance

Hitler's Last Vengeance Weapons Are Going To War

Fiction - Thriller - Terrorist
288 Pages
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Author Biography

Nigel Seed was born in Morecambe, England, into a military family. His father was a serving officer and both his grandfathers served in the First World War. He grew up hearing his father's tales of adventure during the Second World War, and this kindled his interest in both military history and storytelling. He received a patchy education, as he and his family inevitably followed service postings from one base to another. Perhaps the need to constantly change schools contributed to his odd ability to link apparently unconnected facts and events in order to weave his stories. He joined the Army, serving with the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers in many parts of the world, including several tours in Northern Ireland, Germany, Canada, Zimbabwe, Cyprus and the Falkland Islands.

Nigel is married with two adult children, and now 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 sustained in Canada, years before, when taking part in the rescue effort for a downed helicopter and its crew on a frozen lake.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Michelle Stanley for Readers' Favorite

V4 Vengeance: Hitler’s Last Vengeance Weapons Are Going To War is a terrorist thriller by Nigel Seed. Major Jim Wilson, desperate to find a job after the British Army downsizes, accepts an assignment from Romanoff, a wealthy Russian, to search for a hidden World War 2 U boat base in Germany. He and his team find submarines and missiles at the base and repair them for a museum exhibit. Unknown to them, Romanoff has other plans for the war weapons that Hitler didn’t get the chance to use. He double-crosses the ex-soldiers and launches the deadly gas-filled missiles at New York. Jim gets into serious trouble with the authorities, but is willing to risk his life to prevent Romanoff from carrying out more terrorist attacks.

“A blast from the past” is precisely what has taken place in V4 Vengeance: Hitler’s Last Vengeance Weapons Are Going To War. This gripping thriller was certainly not short on action and drama. Nigel Seed’s meticulous writing will enable readers to visualize some of the atrocities that Hitler and his army committed. It did amuse me, though, to see how Jim and his team tried to outwit Romanoff and his henchmen. The story and characters are fully developed and believable. I thought the prologue was interesting as it set the tone for a fascinating read. There are so many surprising twists in this thriller, even a couple of the characters who had unassuming roles amazed me in the end. I enjoyed this thriller immensely.