Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Hunter And The Ikon by Eric Sauter

Hunter's back for a lethal lesson in Russian art from connoisseurs in the murder trade.

Hot Ikon
Cold Murder

The snowy January howling across Hunter's private island in the Delaware River was as frigid as a Russian night. Hunter was keeping warm with a lovely lady lawyer in his arms, but a case blowing out of Moscow was about to dump ice-cold murder right in his lap. Someone was stealing priceless Russian ikon from American churches, Hunter doesn't know much about religious art, but he was starting to see a nasty picture. A beautiful thief with a love of foreign affairs. An exiled Russian writer with a dark and deadly soul. A millionaire with an open checkbook and a loaded gun. Hunter was definitely painting himself into a bad scene. And it was going to take a stroke of real finesse to survive a killer cult and the KGB.

Printing History
Written by Eric Sauter

The Hearst Corporation
Avon Books
ISBN 380-86546
February 1984

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