A friendly fire incident in Afghanistan takes a serious toll.
A drone, out of control, brings death and wreaks havoc on a Florida highway.
An apparently successful corporation comes under scrutiny.
A memorable incursion behind corporate closed doors, led by an up-and-coming executive on a mission to find the truth about the lives lost to the very technology that was mandated to protect them.
Our skies aren’t safe anymore. Military Aviation has a new dimension.
A thought-provoking page turner, Executive sizzles with plausible scenarios, conveyed in technical and business terminology at an unrelenting pace.
Exploring the controversial territory of toxic leadership and its long term consequences,Executive delivers an insightful analysis spiced with cutting-edge technology and science, in an exciting, suspenseful, masterful political technothriller.
Fans of Jack Ryan, Jason Bourne, James Bond, and Jack Reacher will love Alex Hoffmann.
Acclaim for Leslie Wolfe
— “Leslie Wolfe weaves a wonderful story of espionage, current technology, warfare.” – Lucas McWilliams
— “Leslie Wolfe is proving that indeed women can equal if not surpass the established norm of espionage techno-thrillers.” – Grady Harp
— “Wolfe keeps readers turning the pages…” – Kirkus Reviews
— “Leslie Wolfe has the talent that is comparable to the likes of a Tom Clancy or a Michael Crichton, or even James Patterson.” – Dennis Waller
What Readers Say About Alex Hoffman Series Book One, Executive
— “Verdict: A phenomenal novel that will keep you on the edge of your seat.”
— “What an amazing book!”
— “Two thumbs way, WAY up.”
— “Better than Clancy and Baldacci!”
— “Executive reads like a movie–like one of those sleek Ridley Scott films that run at train-wreck speed.”
— “Leslie Wolfe has made the list – in fact, she has topped the list!”
— “Executive was an intelligent, witty, thought-provoking and fast-paced novel that kept me on the edge of my seat.”
— “What a treat! Fascinating peek into the world of drones and their lethal capabilities. A tour de force into brilliant research, with a dash of human frailties.”