Sunday, March 18, 2012

Review # 122: Hunter- A Thriller by Robert Bidinotto

     After a string of brutal murders leaves local authorities clueless, CIA agent Annie Woods and investigative reporter Dylan Hunter find themselves working together to stop a killer. But as their "partnership" grows and the bodies start piling up, the pair begins to question each other's motives, as well as those of the people they work for. Is the killer closer than they think;  and will Annie and Dylan be able to stop them before they strike again?

     There better be more Dylan Hunter novels on the way, because I am hooked and ready for more! Hunter: A Thriller by Robert Bidinotto is an intense debut novel filled with pulse-pounding action, kick-a** characters, and a touch of romance. For anyone in the mood for a CIA versus vigilante thriller, Hunter is a sure bet. Bidinotto's technique is near flawless- the characters are well-developed and genuine, fitting seamlessly into the novel's tight-knit and suspense-filled plot. Dylan Hunter and Annie Woods jump off the page and lead readers on a chase of their own, catching them in a web of lies, deceit, injustice, betrayal, political corruption, intrigue, and the reality that "good" and "evil" aren't always as clear cut as "hero" versus "villain". I find Bidinotto's first novel to be on the same level as authors Tom Clancy, John Grisham, and James Patterson, three of my favorite heart-stopping, page-turning thrill writers. I will definitely be on the lookout for more Dylan Hunter novels in the near future! Highly recommended for adult readers of any genre!

Rating: On the Run (4.5/5)

*** I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.

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