From Amazon.com: Days after being brought out of retirement to investigate a kidnapping, Derrick Storm has a dead US senator on his hands, an assassin to track down, and nearly six billion dollars' worth of gold bars--hidden by the Communist Party somewhere in the former USSR--to uncover. Teaming up again with FBI agent April Showers, Storm must talk to Ivan Petrov, a secretive millionaire who has ties to the assassination, coordinates for the gold, and a mole leaking information to the Russian government from within his inner circle. And while the CIA mission is getting heated, it's nothing compared to the growing sexual tension between Storm and Showers...
- File Size: 1750 KB
- Print Length: 84 pages
- Publisher: Kingswell (July 3, 2012)
- Publication Date: July 3, 2012
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00MYMPEFI
- (Also available in hardcopy as part of a three-part omnibus, Ultimate Storm)
- Derrick Storm – Rugged ex-Marine and private detective, recruited to intelligence work by former lover Clara Strike and now the top agent for a secret CIA unit
- Jedediah Jones – Veteran, secretive CIA insider, head of the unnamed special unit for which Storm works
- April Showers: FBI special agent in charge of the investigation who regards Storm with considerable suspicion
- Oleg Barkovsky: Charismatic, populist president of Russia who wants to reassert the power of the Soviet Union.
- Ivan Petrov: Exiled Russian oligarch living in the UK, involved in a plot relating to the death of Senator Windslow
- Georgi Lebedev: Petrov's childhood friend, lawyer and accountant
- Antonija Nad: Petrov's head of security, formerly a Croatian special forces soldier
- Mikhail Sokolov: President Barkovsky's chief of staff
References to Castle Episodes, Cast, Crew
- Looking back on his faked death, Storm recalls of Clara Strike: "She'd watched in disbelief as the light in his eyes dimmed. He'd reached out for her, and she'd taken his hand, squeezing it for the very last time." In Hell Hath No Fury, Castle reads the last scene of Storm Fall to an audience in a bookstore, which goes as follows:
- 'She stood there in stunned disbelief as the light in his eyes dimmed. He reached out for her and she took his hand, squeezing it for the very last time. She felt her heart stop a beat, and in that moment, she knew he was gone.
- Darkness fell across the face of the city, and across her face as well. Good, she thought, as the wind gathered up her hair. No one will see my tears.'