Hunting Season

Hunting Season

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Hunting Season 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
katknit More than 1 year ago
Ace FBI "Sweeper" Edwin Kreiss has retired in disgrace, having uncovered evidence against the wishes of his government. Novice Special Agent Janet Carter, with the same "weakness" for insisting on telling the truth, is assigned to the investigation when Kreiss's daughter disappears on a camping trip. Kreiss has agreed to abstain from anything remotely connected to police work, but when the local Bureau rolls the case over to Missing Persons, he decides he'll have to take matters into his own hands. And all hell breaks loose. With bomb cells, a derelict arsenal, mountain men, Christian militia, and treacherous political infighting, Carter is hard pressed to identify the "enemy" and Kreiss doesn't care who he has to take out in order to recover his daughter. The hunters become the hunted in this no holds barred techno-thriller, filled with secret weapons, double dealing, and non-stop, ever perilous action.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
very good story with deep feelings. P.D. is a great storyteller. Enjoyed it very much. Do not like to write a high school or college levelled book report to tell the details and spoil other peoples' fun. Enjoy.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have had the pleasure of reading four P. T. Deutermann novels to date. Mr. Deutermann story telling seems to improve with each book he writes. I was first introduced to author Deutermann when I read Sweepers, then I read Scorpion in the Sea, and finally Zero Option. I write in the military genre myself, primarily Navy, and noticed that while Mr. Deutermann has gotten away from writing about his roots, the Navy, that he is still not opposed to attacking our federal government, bless their hearts. They are such an easy target these days, don¿t you think? In Hunting Season, Deutermann returns to using a woman, Janet Carter, for one of his primary protagonists. Remember Karen from Sweepers? Janet, a rookie Fed, reminded me of Clarice Starling in Silence of the Lambs. And, like Sweepers, he has introduced to us yet another sweeper. This time he writes about a good sweeper. How could there be such a thing as a good sweeper I thought? The psychological profile of the beast spells psychopath. Hunting Season is a thriller in every sense of the word; its plot is both quick in pace and quick in action. And with enough twists and turns to keep any thrill seeking reader happy. P. T. Deutermann has a winner here so go hunting for and find Hunting Season.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I promise you if you read this book, you will say this is the book of the year. P T Deutermann has put himself at the top of the list.Its been years since i've read a book this good.Total suspence from page one till the end. I could not even breath at times. i'm not sure i can now. Buy it,it will blow you away, its writing at its best.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Sometimes angry, sometimes anguished, suspicious and stealthy, the voice of Dick Hill reveals all of these feelings as he renders this absorbing story of a father's search for his missing daughter. Three college students are hiking around an abandoned military complex when presto - they disappear. The FBI soon chalks it up to a youthful runaway. However, one father knows better, and he's not your typical parent-next-door. Edwin Kriess is a former member of a special CIA group that was trained to find and capture. He's determined to trace his daughter's abductors, and sets about doing so. The FBI doesn't look kindly upon his investigations - he may have too much information, and what will he discover? Thus, the tracker becomes the tracked when the FBI dispatches someone to ferret out the truth from Kniess. It's a trigger sharp, twisting yarn, and Dick Hill weaves it beautifully.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Haha