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Hunted
     

Hunted

by joe McNally, Richard Pitman
 

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Eddie Malloy has beaten the odds by winning back his riding licence, and is trying to get his career on track once more. Just when things look like they are turning around for him, he finds himself in the gunsights of a cunning killer who is maiming and murdering racing personalities with a zeal and purpose which terrifies the racing world and mystifies the police.

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Eddie Malloy has beaten the odds by winning back his riding licence, and is trying to get his career on track once more. Just when things look like they are turning around for him, he finds himself in the gunsights of a cunning killer who is maiming and murdering racing personalities with a zeal and purpose which terrifies the racing world and mystifies the police.

Eddie is convinced the killer has a pre-planned hit list for these ritual slayings, and when he discovers he is high on that list, Eddie realizes that nobody can figure out the murderer's motive. Unless Eddie himself can unravel the deadly clues in time, he knows he will die. It's time for Eddie Malloy to become the hunter not the hunted.

If you enjoy trying to solve mysteries, you will find this a very cleverly plotted book which will challenge your logic as it spurs you along at a fast pace.

Written by ex-top jockey and BBC commentator Richard Pitman and racing journalist Joe McNally, Hunted is the second of the Eddie Malloy series. Eddie features in five of Richard and Joe's novels. First published by Hodder & Stoughton in 1994, this 2012 edition has been rewritten and moves along at an even faster clip.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781490315522
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
05/30/2013
Pages:
240
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.55(d)

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