Shadow of the Wolf

A World War Two story set on a small island off the north coast of Scotland. The island community suffers under the Nazi jackboot as the Germans search for a vital secret that would destroy the efforts of the submarine Wolfpacks operating with devastating effect in the Atlantic.

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1943. The Allies and Hitler’s Nazi Germany fight the battle of the Atlantic. German commandos land on North Cape Island, off the north coast of Scotland. And Bruno Schafer’s orders are to find a missing U boat captain with information regarding Britain’s new centimetric radar. The islanders, remnants of a once thriving whaling community, deny the man’s existence. However, only youngsters Billy and Ailie and an old whale catching boat, the Nordcaper, stand against Schafer succeeding in his mission.


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Michael Parker has been writing thrillers for many years and has experienced the highs and lows of being a writer since having his first book published in 1980. He has been married to Patricia for fifty five years and they have four sons, ten grandchildren and one great grandson. His main hobby is writing, of course, and to date he has had nine novels published. His other hobbies are snooker, speedway, football and music. Michael is a born again Christian and played keyboard in his fellowship in Spain for several years. He has worked as a maintenance technician most of his adult life, serving sixteen years in the Royal Air Force, and about seventeen years with a food manufacturer. He retired in 1996 (At the age of fifty five) and moved out to Spain a year later, where he lived with Pat for seventeen years. Other jobs include Merchant Seaman, office boy, and general maintenance electrician for a chicken farmer! Michael has received many excellent comments about his writing, but the proof of the pudding, as they say, is in the eating. For those of you who want to know a little more about him, and see him ‘in the flesh’, check out his website at where you’ll be able to see a couple of TV interviews. His other website is
Michael moved back to UK from Spain with his wife, Pat, after seventeen years, and settled in Pagham in October 2014. Although new to the Pagham area, Michael and Pat know much of the surrounding area, having lived at Leigh Park near Havant. Michael went to school in Portsmouth after moving down from London at the age of fourteen. Pat went to school at Cowplain. They married at Fareham.
Writing has been Michael’s hobby for as long as he can remember. When his first book was published by Macmillan in 1980, he was described as a “gifted narrator” in the Financial Times. Michael thought he had made it as a writer then, but it wasn’t to be; but he carried on even though there were big gaps between books. Of course, getting a book published then was much more difficult than it is today because of Amazon and self-publishing, which Michael now uses for seven of his back-list titles.
His latest book, Past Imperfect, (published by Robert Hale, 2015) is a departure from his usual style, which are thrillers. This novel is a romance; something Michael never intended writing, but the idea got in the way of his usual work in progress, so he set that aside and got the romance out of his system. He didn’t expect his publisher to want it, but she had no hesitation and agreed to publish. He is currently working on a thriller set in Mexico and the United States. This was the book that took a back seat to the romance.
Michael has joined the ‘Chindi’ writers group. This is the Chichester Independent Authors group who collectively promote their self-published titles. Michael will be promoting his back-list as part of that group. Their website is
Michael will always be happy to answer any questions about his work, or give advice on most aspects of the writing game, and would be happy to talk to any groups about his work and his plans.