Wolfhound is a saga of corporate greed, of corporate takeovers and downsizing, of American economic crisis, of reductions-in-force and layoffs in employment, of the loss of healthcare benefits, and - ultimately the loss of life. It's the story of Emma and Jonathan Forrester. Emma Forrester fighting inoperable cancer - dies, perhaps prematurely, due to Jonathan's position of employment being eliminated - and with it, healthcare benefits; his pension unfunded. Ultimately, escalating healthcare costs for Emma force the Foresters into virtual bankruptcy - they loose their home, they loose their savings. Tragically, Emma dies and Jonathan seeks justice and revenge - against Arthur Worrenson; the CEO of AZW - Jonathan's former employer. Jonathan Forester engages the services of two quite different individuals - one an ex-Marine, one an ex-Thief - to assist him in his plan of retribution. Wolfhound is also a story of Irish lore, and Irish legends, and, of course - the Irish Wolfhound.