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BOOK REVIEW Hunter: A Thriller


Reviewed by Jennifer Chase http://www.authorjenniferchase.com/


“Today she would finally nail the bastard. Annie Woods watched the traitor’s cab thread


through the jam of courtesy vans and pull up to the curb. The right rear door opened and he emerged. She slowed her own tailing car to a crawl. Looking edgy, the man scanned the vehicles around him. Masked only by her sunglasses, she


held her breath as his gaze slid right past her. Then he leaned back inside the cab, pulled out a rolling carry-on suitcase, and slammed the door shut.”


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unter is a fascinating, face paced, and thought provoking read. I was amazed to find out


that Hunter is Bidinotto’s first novel. However, it captured my attention that his background was in investigative “award winning” crime articles and he was also a former staff writer for Readers Digest. This is an independent author and he has shown incredible compe- tition with many main- stream, well- known authors bumping them out of top places on Amazon – and rightly so. Cinch up your seatbelt because you’re in for a bumpy ride. Heroine Annie


Woods, a special CIA investigator, discovers a traitor. The novel begins with heart pump- ing action and a take down of a government mole at an international airport. The carefully crafted storyline and the underlying web of deceit slowly unfold one layer at a time. The captured spy is killed by a long-range sniper at the safe house and then everything hits the fan. Dylan Hunter, a freelance investigative reporter, specializes in hard-hitting facts


A THRILLER by Robert Bidinotto


HUNTER:


2011 (Kindle edition) Fiction/Thriller


Published by Avenger Books


surround- ing the criminal justice sys- tem, specifically victim’s rights, hides behind secrecy and seems to have no


past. Hunter teeters on becoming an unrelenting force as a rogue writer that makes some people quite uncomfortable at the cold, hard facts of injustice.


After a brutal attack on a


couple from three budding psy- chopaths rushed conveniently through the incarceration process, Hunter and Woods meet. Attraction and a strong sense of integrity fuel their relationship, which leads to


a rollercoaster of romance and then


self doubts of one another. In Hunter, nothing is ever what it


seems. Or, is it? A series of bizarre killings begin to surface and push the protagonists to the edge of everything they’ve known and understood about their lives. The plot moves at a superb and consis- tent pace. The storyline ignites with action ~ continued on page 38


CRIME SAFETY TIP OF THE MONTH


Online Safety There are some safety tips that


everyone should be familiar with in their online environment to make it the most positive and fun experience.


GENERAL TIPS: • Understand how different net- working sites work before you decide to join. What are the ben- efits and downfalls? Know how others will view your pages and your information.


• Take charge of your profile and use controls over your informa- tion and restrictions to your page.


• Keep your full name, Social Security number, phone number, address, and any banking infor- mation private and to yourself.


• Post ONLY information that you feel comfortable with others seeing and knowing about you. Take the time to think about this before you post anything.


• Trust your gut instinct if you have any suspicions or if some- one threatens you. Report it immediately to the police.


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