Northern Ireland becomes the focus of world media attention
when two friends select Belfast as the location for The Spider
Academy, a facility aimed at raising the profile of British athletics.
The publicity reaches elements of the Nazi Party who had escaped
into anonymity after World War II. Risking exposure, they decide
to investigate whether The Spider in Belfast is the same abhorred
Polish freedom fighter that became their nemesis during the war.
The son of a high-level Nazi is entrusted to lead an undercover team
to observe the men behind The Spider Academy but unforeseen
complications almost derail the mission.
The Fourth Reich plans to rise again by controlling the world’s
economy but the positive identification of The Spider emboldens
it to commit significant financial resources to a multi-faceted
mission to kill their archenemy. Murders, bombings and a ruthless
kidnapping bring together strange bedfellows as warring factions
in Belfast unite behind The Spider to combat a common foe.
As the tension explodes onto the international arena, The Spider
risks everything upon his faith in a beautiful Irish girl with flaming red hair.
About the Author
Guy spent his youth playing soccer all day and bass guitar in a band called ‘Johnny and the Teenbeats’ all night. The other group in town was Van Morrison and Them, who went on to much bigger and greater things.
Despite the resultant horrific grades, he managed to get accepted into Queens University’s College of Architecture, where he played soccer for the Northern Ireland national colleges’ team against Wales, Scotland and England.
Guy currently owns a boutique architectural firm that specializes in golf resort design all over the world. While Balls of Leather and Steel was mainly written at 35,000 feet en route to China, Nigeria and the Far East, Guy chiseled time away from his busy architecture office and home life to craft THE FINAL FANDANGO.
The Butler family lives in Orlando, Florida.
Learn more about Guy Butler and his architecture and design firm by visiting www.guybutlerarchitect.com.
Connect with the Author Online at thespidertrilogy.com and Facebook.com.