New York, 1938. The German consulate has been attacked, leaving all but one of the Nazi diplomatic corps brutally murdered. Only Jethro Dumont, the Green Lama, and his associates, Jean Farrell, Ken Clayton, and Lieutenant Caraway, can find out who's behind this horrible crime. But as the Green Lama's investigations deepen, he discovers a crime far greater than any ever committed by man and learns a secret that will define the course of his destiny.
This is a 'prequel' to SCIONS by the same author,and is a better story I think. There was a lot more plot to chew on, and some twists and turns that kept me guessing. My favorite part was actually the 'B-plot': the 'not exactly a buddy-cop movie' between Caraway (the tough-guy police detective) and Colonel Gan (the tough-guy soldier). This one has even more of Lovecraft's Cthulhu Mythos stuff in.
The narrator did a fine job. The cast is big, but he made the voices distinct enough that I never had trouble knowing who was speaking, and the voice-acting was good during the more intense and emotional scenes.