The London Wolves. The very mention of the name struck fear into the hearts if football clubs across Europe. Kris Sanderson had played on professional soccer teams for twelve years in the States. He had left the sport behind him and started a new chapter in his life, but the British Secret Service had other ideas. A large money offer was made, a proposal like none other. They would transport him to England and resurrect his playing career with the legendary London Wolves. Their target would be Anton Hassler and the Freedom Brigade. A series of bombings had left the Brits frustrated and desperate, and they would use Kris as bait in a last ditch to capture the most elusive terrorist group they’ve encountered. The attacks by the German renegades seemed random but there was a dark secret which only they and the British Secret Service knew about. They had to be stopped and no expense would be spared. Kris would again cross paths with Dead Egypt; the world’s most notorious heavy metal band. His past with them included a passionate love affair with Ty, the beautiful lead singer who was a woman men would die for. Eighty thousand fans would fill Sydney Memorial Stadium in Australia for a night never to be forgotten. Sanderson would lead the Sydney Roos in an important league mach followed by the reunion concert of Dead Egypt, a soccerrock extravaganza that would be talked for generations. From the United States, to England, to Australia, Kris Sanderson experiences a story that must be read to be believed. With his life in danger and pressure coming from all sides, he reaches down and finds an inner strength he didn’t know he possessed. A devious plan with eccentric detail would allow Kris to infiltrate the terrorist organization. The only problem, once he’s in, can he ever get out?
Kris currently lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. A product of the powerful Milwaukee Bavarians Soccer Club, he was a member of the Team USA Indoor Tour in 1984. He was the first player signed in the American Indoor Soccer Association with the Milwaukee Wave. He also played professionally with the Ft. Wayne Flames and Dayton Dynamo of the AISA and the Buffalo Blizzard and Chicago Power of the National Professional Soccer League. His last year of playing was in 1995 with the Milwaukee Rampage in the A-League. Instead of coaching, he went over to the dark side and became a referee. His officiating career included high school and college games as well as matches in the NPSL. After moving to Key West, Florida in 2001, he created the K-League, the first adult soccer league in the Florida keys. He served as comissioner and referee for the eight team league of different nationalities. His duties as the head sportswriter for the Key West City Paper is where his writing career began. A fan of rock music since 1975, he worked backstage at Alpine Valley Amphitheater in Wisconsin. Although he has been to so many concerts he can't remember them all, one of his favorite memories is when Pete Townsend told him to shut up while he was attending a Who concert. Kris is very proud of his brother Eroc and his rock band Black Frog. They can be seen, heard and felt at www.blackfrogmusic.com.