The Hunted

The Hunted

by Brian Haig
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Hunted 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 39 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
When the Wall came down, Russian Alex "Kid Midas" Konevitch charged into the economic chaos to make millions in the void by backing with money Yeltsin. He hires former KGB deputy Sergei Golitsin, who learned of Alex during the fall of Communism two years ago, as his security chief. However, as brilliant as Alex is in business, he fails to understand his diabolical former agent. Sergei hires his former associates and soon steal the money and the firm; they set up Alex for arrest, but plan to kill him before the cops can fully investigate. Konevitch and his wife Elena flee as hitmen come for them. They make it to America, but instead of asylum, the Director of the FBI sees the Russians as pawns to further his career. Even in the USA they are not safe as the Russian Mafia is coming for them while the Feds don't care what happens as long as the boss does not have his credibility damaged. Exciting and fast-paced THE HUNTED is based on a true story from the early 1990s. The cast is strong but ironically the audience will admire Alex for his business acumen and Sergei for his adaptation to the new world order as he proves "Looks like nothing's gonna change; everything remains the same" (Dock of the Bay). Readers who relish a character driven tale based on recent history will want to peruse Brian Haig's super thriller. Harriet Klausner
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Alex and Elena imspire caring and affection
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AniWolfe More than 1 year ago
Brian Haig is a great story teller, I have liked every book he wrote, but I enjoy the Sean Drummond books the best. In his bookds he will have the character, Sean Drummond, say “I know I am missing something” I always try to think of what it is. And Mr. Haig always throws me for a loop. I like that. It keeps me guessing and turning pages. His last book Capitol game is very good; a page turner. In “The Hunted” he talks about prison and the things that go on and how the system works. In my twenty three years of being locked up I find that he hit the mark on some points and not on others. But the book was never the less very good. And most people, unless they have been in prison, only know about it from what they read. And of course every prison is different as are the people in them. And the state and fed prisons are very different from each other also. Things that would be acceptable in federal prison would not be acceptable in most states. And then there is the difference in the lower and higher custody prisons. All in all very good books. I look forward to his next Sean Drummond book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Again another well written book by Brian Haig. A really good read! This author has never let me down in the suspence department. Keep them coming!
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