The Hunt (Hunt Country Suspense Series)

The Hunt (Hunt Country Suspense Series)

by Jan Neuharth

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ISBN-13: 9780972950312
Publisher: Paper Chase Farms Publishing Group
Publication date: 09/28/2005
Series: Hunt Country Suspense Series
Pages: 347
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.93(d)

About the Author

Jan Neuharth is an attorney, equestrian consultant, and the founder of Paper Chase Farms, one of the premier equestrian facilites of its kind. She lives in Middleburg, Virginia.

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Hunt 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 926 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Jan Neuharth accomplished exactly what I would imagine she set out to do in writing this series. I read both 'The Hunt' and its sequel, 'The Chase' in one weekend and was so sad when I finished. Each page of each of these books kept me on the edge of my seat. The end of the books left me longing for another chapter,another in this series. Jan Neuharth is a very talented writer who easily and effortlessly transports her readers to Middleburg, Virginia and entrenches them deeply in the lives of her characters.
lisared More than 1 year ago
It is not helpful to post a commentary based on the description of the book and without actually reading the book. I had to go to Amazon to get a true review of the book. It got great reviews there so I plan to download it and give it a read and THEN post a review.
CoCoTM More than 1 year ago
I was hesitant to download and read this book as 6 of the seven reviews I saw all gave one star and a bad review. HOWEVER, people should actually read the whole book before making a review such as that. I enjoyed this book very much. It was suspenseful, fast reading. I read it in two day, I barely put it down. I was not disappointed by any means and I would read other books by this author. Thanks B&N for Free Friday's, otherwise I would have never come across this book.
Jacob Dickinson More than 1 year ago
I'm tired of the free friday books getting bad reviews by moronic users who haven't even read the book.
Pulpiteer0 More than 1 year ago
While I liked the description of the Virginia countryside and some of the quaintness of the shops and stores there very much, the plot had many problems and I found the ending all too familiar. The cartoonish sheriff, the spiteful impoverished hater of the wealthy and the old-fashion delineations of class and character were a bit wearing after while. Somehow I couldn't help thinking of Oscar Wilde's description of fox hunting as "the unspeakable in pursuit of the inedible."
behanbad More than 1 year ago
I couldn't put it down once i started reading it. Can't wait to get to the next book she wrote. Thank you for introducing me to a great read Barnes and Noble
Kelly Wright More than 1 year ago
Good book for summer. This is a fast, easy read, that keeps the reader engaged throughout. This is the first of a 3 part series.
ChristineJ_MaMa_Jones More than 1 year ago
Loved the plot -- get tired of the graphic sex - but the story is good and interesting.... skipped over the sex - could not put down the story till I was done.
Katherine Okun More than 1 year ago
Highly recommend it. I usually only read certain authors, but since it was a friday freebie i checked it out and it looked interesting. Almost 400 pages i couldnt put it down.
Lisa Pence More than 1 year ago
B&N you rock!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this book. It left me wanting more at the end.... in a good way!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a really good read. The good news; it was free and good. The bad news; I am now hooked and have to buy the rest of the series. Looking forward to reading the next one.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The story's setting was what I found most interesting about this book. The author's descriptions of place and time made me feel as though I were back in the Old Dominion.
Casey Murphy More than 1 year ago
I actually enjoyed this book. Read it in one day and am looking forward to more in the series. Thanks B&N for constantly giving me new authors to read that i wouldnt otherwise. I enjoy most of the free Friday selections you give us.
gma2lana on LibraryThing 7 months ago
I was hesitant to read this book based upon a few reviews I read. I am glad that I overlooked those reviews and read the book. I read it in two days, it was a fast paced, suspenseful story with I must admit, the typical ending...BUT I really enjoyed it!
gpaisley on LibraryThing 7 months ago
POSSIBLE SPOILERS below.This was an interesting, and generally well-written 'murder mystery.' I put the genre in quotes like that since I don't really think of it as a mystery where the reader could collect clues to solve whodunit. That characters are interesting, albeit slightly underdeveloped. The resulution has a deus ex machina quality to it leaving the reader slighly unsatisfied. Even the murderer's motivations feel rather contrived and hollow when you get to them.The glimpse into the "tweedy moneyed hunting set" is moderately interesting, but doesn't really get much below the skin and really serves little purpose to advance the plot. The author includes a preface to defend hunt club people as being really nice and not at all like in the book, so then why does her novel write tehm right back into their stereotypes?The best part of the book--and actauly quite intriguing--was how the protagonist's situations led to suspicion and how circumstantial evidence could appear so damning, when the reader knew better than the police. That part was actually rather chilling, especially in light of a cop with an axe to grind and a shortage of objectivity. The role of the media was briefly explored, but left to meander and again die without making a profound observation.This book could have been better, but really seemed like the author had a different goal than writing a good mystery.
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