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Sara's Review: Hunter (Dylan Hunter #1) by Robert Bidinotto, narrator Conor Hall


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Publisher: Robert J. Bidinotto

Released: September 13, 2012

Genre: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense

Length: 11 hours and 50 minutes

Format: ebook, paperback, audiobook

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Blurb


A Wall Street Journal Top 10 national best seller

Number one Kindle best seller in "Mysteries & Thrillers"

Who is hunter?

Who is Prey?

Who will survive?

Award-winning true-crime author Robert Bidinotto makes his stunning fiction debut with a best-selling thriller that has earned more than 200 "5-star" rave reviews from readers.

Two people, passionately in love.

But each hides a deadly secret.

He is a crusading vigilante, on a violent quest for justice.

She is tracking this unknown assassin, sworn to stop him.

Neither realizes the truth about the other.

And neither knows that a terrifying predator is hunting them both....

From its first moments, Hunter takes you on a nonstop thrill ride: from the top floor of the CIA, to the marbled corridors of Capitol Hill...from the posh hotels of downtown Washington, to the city's mean, violent streets. It introduces a colorful new hero for our time - and a dazzling heroine every bit his equal.

A spy mystery...a crime thriller...a passionate romance: Hunter is a genre-bending novel unlike any you've read. Deviously plotted, filled with vivid characters, and propelled at a breakneck pace, it's a tale as memorable for its provocative ideas as for a rousing climax that has readers cheering.

If you enjoy the thrillers of Lee Child, Stephen Hunter, Brad Thor, and Vince Flynn, you'll love Hunter.

Five Boundless Stars

I loved the premise behind this audiobook. “A spy mystery...a crime thriller...a passionate romance.” I’ll be honest; the passionate romance was what grabbed me. I am finding myself enjoying romantic suspense more and more. Hunter did not disappoint me one bit. A vigilante taking out career criminals with the cops and the CIA on his tail; I was hooked from the start, also, I could listen to Conor Hall read the phone book. Sigh.

I loved this audiobook from start to finish and I have already grabbed book two Bad Deeds. I can’t wait to immerse myself once again into this world.



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