Thursday, July 12, 2012

Hunter by Eric Sauter

Hunter Doesn't Go looking For Trouble...
It Finds Him

Where Have You Been, Billy Boy?
Life was definitely okay with the movie money from his novel and his own private island in the Delaware River. Hunter had nothing heavier on his mind than fixing the front porch, when the bad news dropped. Hunter never could say no to a friend, or a women. So when his buddy Billy Rye disappears and his girlfriend wants him back, Hunter starts nosing around, and smells some very dangerous people who also want Billy. Like a dealer who thinks that watching people get beaten up by his two-ton bodyguard is a form of physical therapy. And the two dudes in black silk suits who hit first and ask questions later. That was swell for starters. Hunter just never counted on Billy's trail leading to an unsettled score more than twenty years bad, a Congressman up to his reputation in dirt, blackmail paid in blood. Or a foxy lady lawyer hot on Hunter's case.

Printing History
Written by Eric Sauter

The Hearst Corporation
Avon Books
ISBN 380-84475
October 1983

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