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From the author of HUNTER, a #1 Kindle Thriller... A MURDEROUS CONSPIRACY FOR ULTIMATE POLITICAL POWER Engaged to be married, mysterious journalist Dylan Hunter and CIA officer Annie Woods are eager to put their violent past behind them, for good. But then an investigative reporter is mysteriously murdered. An idealistic presidential candidate is targeted for destruction. From the author of HUNTER, a #1 Kindle Thriller... A MURDEROUS CONSPIRACY FOR ULTIMATE POLITICAL POWER Engaged to be married, mysterious journalist Dylan Hunter and CIA officer Annie Woods are eager to put their violent past behind them, for good. But then an investigative reporter is mysteriously murdered. An idealistic presidential candidate is targeted for destruction. And a horrific day of unspeakable terrorism rocks Washington, D.C. Soon, Dylan’s investigation puts him in the cross hairs of a power-hungry billionaire and a cold-blooded assassin. A deadly conspiracy of spies and traitors aims to install their puppet in the White House. And these predators will do the unthinkable to bring America under their total control. The stakes — political and personal — couldn’t be higher. Because to stop them, Dylan Hunter must make an irrevocable choice. It’s a decision that will, finally and forever, seal his fate . . . including his future with the woman he adores. But for now, only one thing is certain: In the tidal wave of political violence on the blood-soaked streets of Washington, D.C., the final outcome will be . . . . . . WINNER TAKES ALL And don't miss Robert Bidinotto's #1 Kindle Thriller . . . HUNTER (Dylan Hunter Justice Thriller #1) . . .and the exciting sequel that won "CLFA BOOK OF THE YEAR" (2014) . . . BAD DEEDS (Dylan Hunter Justice Thriller #2


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From the author of HUNTER, a #1 Kindle Thriller... A MURDEROUS CONSPIRACY FOR ULTIMATE POLITICAL POWER Engaged to be married, mysterious journalist Dylan Hunter and CIA officer Annie Woods are eager to put their violent past behind them, for good. But then an investigative reporter is mysteriously murdered. An idealistic presidential candidate is targeted for destruction. From the author of HUNTER, a #1 Kindle Thriller... A MURDEROUS CONSPIRACY FOR ULTIMATE POLITICAL POWER Engaged to be married, mysterious journalist Dylan Hunter and CIA officer Annie Woods are eager to put their violent past behind them, for good. But then an investigative reporter is mysteriously murdered. An idealistic presidential candidate is targeted for destruction. And a horrific day of unspeakable terrorism rocks Washington, D.C. Soon, Dylan’s investigation puts him in the cross hairs of a power-hungry billionaire and a cold-blooded assassin. A deadly conspiracy of spies and traitors aims to install their puppet in the White House. And these predators will do the unthinkable to bring America under their total control. The stakes — political and personal — couldn’t be higher. Because to stop them, Dylan Hunter must make an irrevocable choice. It’s a decision that will, finally and forever, seal his fate . . . including his future with the woman he adores. But for now, only one thing is certain: In the tidal wave of political violence on the blood-soaked streets of Washington, D.C., the final outcome will be . . . . . . WINNER TAKES ALL And don't miss Robert Bidinotto's #1 Kindle Thriller . . . HUNTER (Dylan Hunter Justice Thriller #1) . . .and the exciting sequel that won "CLFA BOOK OF THE YEAR" (2014) . . . BAD DEEDS (Dylan Hunter Justice Thriller #2

30 review for WINNER TAKES ALL

  1. 4 out of 5

    Pleasant Oliver

    With this third book in the Dylan Hunter vigilante series, Robert Bidinotto has shown his work belongs in the pantheon of great thriller writers, such as Lee Child and Len Deighton. He deftly weaves a story that captures the current disruption of our political situation with intricate, intertwined plots that could very well be closer to the truth than we could ever dream. And he brings Dylan face to face with the crucial moral dilemma of being a vigilante in more and more meaningful depth than h With this third book in the Dylan Hunter vigilante series, Robert Bidinotto has shown his work belongs in the pantheon of great thriller writers, such as Lee Child and Len Deighton. He deftly weaves a story that captures the current disruption of our political situation with intricate, intertwined plots that could very well be closer to the truth than we could ever dream. And he brings Dylan face to face with the crucial moral dilemma of being a vigilante in more and more meaningful depth than his previous works. Does Dylan have a moral right to break the law and kill many evil people without due process of law when the "system" has failed to bring these perpetrators to justice? Does he have the right to jeopardize the lives of his loved ones and innocents in his single-minded pursuit of his own definition of justice? You have to read this engrossing book to find out. In a thoughtful"mea culpa" for its delayed publication due to the unexpected outcome of the 2016 election, Bidinotto makes an unnecessary apologys for the length of the book. The intertwined plots and rapid action race through its 546 pages--a real "page turner" as the cliche goes. It was so compelling that I used every spare minute I had so I could find out how it ended. And a very satisfying ending it was...so this is a "must read" for any fan of thriller-vigilante fiction. If you are new to the series, read the first two books - "Hunter" and "Bad Deeds" - first. You will thoroughly enjoy learning what makes Dylan the man he is and the exciting road that led this new vigilante hero to "Winner Takes All." As I have, you will be contacting Bidinotto begging for more Dylan Hunter. (Note-You can get the Kindle versions of all three on Amazon, or try Bidinotto's website www.bidinotto.com for special deals.)

  2. 4 out of 5

    toby wolf

    An awesome ride! I've read all the books in this series. Excellent story telling! Intricate plots! Please write more novels. I will not spoil it for your readers. Thanks An awesome ride! I've read all the books in this series. Excellent story telling! Intricate plots! Please write more novels. I will not spoil it for your readers. Thanks

  3. 4 out of 5

    Greg

    Dylan Hunter is back, and he's unearthed an international conspiracy and a deadly coverup, with tentacles that reach to the highest echelons of American politics. "Winner Takes All" is a tale of political manipulation, of murderous scheming, of carefully-concealed treason among the powerful, and of catastrophic implications for the nation. It's also one of those rarest of paradoxes: a novel whose every new level of complexity serves to clarify - also intrigue - rather than confuse. In that conte Dylan Hunter is back, and he's unearthed an international conspiracy and a deadly coverup, with tentacles that reach to the highest echelons of American politics. "Winner Takes All" is a tale of political manipulation, of murderous scheming, of carefully-concealed treason among the powerful, and of catastrophic implications for the nation. It's also one of those rarest of paradoxes: a novel whose every new level of complexity serves to clarify - also intrigue - rather than confuse. In that context "Winner Takes All" immediately reminds me of Erika Holzer's masterful Cold War thriller "Double Crossings" and of Stephen England's gripping "Shadow Warriors" series. As a reader my mind craves a gratifying complexity of plot but abhors the typical pitfall of complexity devolving to needless confusion. What's remarkable about this book (and those of Holzer and England,) is an intricate plot presented with careful attention to logic and causality, with nothing nonessential gumming up the works. It's analogous to the tumblers in a complex lock - it works because everything is needed and nothing is extraneous. As each element clicks into place there's an unconscious "Of course!" and a simultaneous hunger to know more. That, folks, is compelling, memorable reading - and the mark of excellent craftsmanship in writing. Another notable quality that Bidinotto shares with Holzer and England is the ability to imbue every single character, from hero down to bit player, with a fully fleshed-out persona and, where needed, a distinct set of motives. There are a lot of characters in this novel, but never did I see a name and wonder "Ach... who's that?" They all have a function and they all have realistic depth. So you'd expect a book with complex political machinations to be a slow read, right? Wrong. I usually describe my reading pace as "glacial," but "Winner Takes All" is a CHP-bait cruise down the freeway, with the expository sidelines enhancing the pace rather than disrupting it - in effect they're "gear changes," to continue the cheesy automotive analogy. Each political speech, each flashback, each reminiscence, presents detail that lends further weight to the motives of the characters, therefore a palpable depth and realism to the nefarious events that unfold before Dylan Hunter's - and the reader's - eyes. Another thing I liked a lot about this book: As in "Hunter" and "Bad Deeds," Annie Woods is not just a romantic foil for Hunter, but an independent agent (literally,) whose investigation proves essential to Hunter's, therefore essential to the resolution of the book's plot. So rather than bogging down the story and muddying the central character - a pitfall I've seen even in another of my favorite authors - the romance is integral to everything else. *And* it's a great romance all by itself. Woven throughout is of course the theme of justice, something Dylan Hunter lives and breathes. So a hugely entertaining story also hinges on characters for whom principles truly matter. That quality is both increasingly rare and desperately needed these days - in fiction and in life. You don't generally look to a political thriller for inspiration, but "Winner Takes All" is indeed an inspiration - that ultimately the world belongs to the good and the just, not to the evil and the corrupt. More of this, please.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Randy C.

    The first two parts of this trilogy, HUNTER and BAD DEEDS, were excellent. And now, with this third book in the series, Bidinotto has outdone himself, bringing together many of the elements from the first two novels to a rip-roaring conclusion. Bidinotto really excels in writing action scenes. His clear concise way of describing the surroundings and the action makes for easy visualization. If you've read HUNTER and BAD DEEDS, don't miss this book. If you haven't read them, then buy all three and The first two parts of this trilogy, HUNTER and BAD DEEDS, were excellent. And now, with this third book in the series, Bidinotto has outdone himself, bringing together many of the elements from the first two novels to a rip-roaring conclusion. Bidinotto really excels in writing action scenes. His clear concise way of describing the surroundings and the action makes for easy visualization. If you've read HUNTER and BAD DEEDS, don't miss this book. If you haven't read them, then buy all three and read them all in order.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Jeff Benham

    Nonstop action intricately weaver into a very involved plot line. The author has put Dylan Hunter into a scenario he cannot possibly get extricated from. Or can he? Read it and see!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Jim

    546 very long page thriller. Third Dylan Hunter outing slow to develop, and gets stuck in weeds of too many plot parts. Another theme having Russians looking to get piece of American presidency. Loved the characters and protagonist Hunter is an American 007 if there ever was one. Except that it felt like a chore to finish I did kind of like. Three stars out of five. Good series to be sure.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Betsy Barnes

    Awesome Great book and continuation of the adventures of Dylan Hunter! Please keep him alive by writing many more pages-books! Thank you in advance !

  8. 4 out of 5

    Shawn

    The third in what is now a trilogy, Winner Takes All, deals with questions about justice and revenge through an exciting and compelling story. While I enjoyed the novel, I think I preferred the first two better. The story meanders a bit in the beginning as Bidinotto sets the pieces. The plot is more wide-ranging, with more players and elements, so he needs to do this. But it took me a bit to get into it. Personally, I found the subplot of the relationship between Annie and Dylan to be at times d The third in what is now a trilogy, Winner Takes All, deals with questions about justice and revenge through an exciting and compelling story. While I enjoyed the novel, I think I preferred the first two better. The story meanders a bit in the beginning as Bidinotto sets the pieces. The plot is more wide-ranging, with more players and elements, so he needs to do this. But it took me a bit to get into it. Personally, I found the subplot of the relationship between Annie and Dylan to be at times distracting. The relationship is important; it humanizes and grounds Dylan. But their interactions were often just a bit too on the nose for my taste. Nevertheless, the second half of the book cooks as Dylan unwinds what is going on and figures out how to stop it. Dylan is a bad-ass; part Batman, part Jack Bauer, part Jason Bourne. Fans of this genre (Child, Silva, Thor, Flynn, Baldacci) will like it. From the intellectual side, Bidinotto works his idea of the master narrative into the plot. It drives the motivations and decisions of both the good and bad guys in the novel. The protagonists struggle explicitly with the apparent conflicts of integrity, justice, morality, and the law in a corrupt world. It is important for how the characters individually resolve or deal with these conflicts to understand how they see themselves and how they see the world: their master narrative.

  9. 4 out of 5

    T.W. Barton

    Author - Robert Bidinotto Published - November 30, 2017 Length - 536 pages The third book in the Dylan Hunter series. Has it really been three years since we've heard from Dylan Hunter? Yes, it has. Buckle up, it's going to be a bumpy ride. Dylan and Annie are still dealing with the events from "Bad Deeds" and while everything seems to be settling down and the future looks promising, it isn't long until old and new enemies change the course of both their lives. Overall the book is an excellent addition Author - Robert Bidinotto Published - November 30, 2017 Length - 536 pages The third book in the Dylan Hunter series. Has it really been three years since we've heard from Dylan Hunter? Yes, it has. Buckle up, it's going to be a bumpy ride. Dylan and Annie are still dealing with the events from "Bad Deeds" and while everything seems to be settling down and the future looks promising, it isn't long until old and new enemies change the course of both their lives. Overall the book is an excellent addition to the series. The extended time between the last two books did create some issues simply because I could not remember the second book so, all the details referred to in this book were hard to recall clearly. Fans of the series may want to go back and a least skim the previous book "Bad Deeds" to get reacquainted. New readers, feel free to pick this one up and know that you won't be the only one feeling a little lost but for the best experience I would recommend starting at the beginning with "Hunter" and read straight through. Might be a great holiday gift idea for those other readers in your life. This book really seems to highlight the fluidity of life and love especially when external factors are applied. Just when you think the paths are going one way they blow up and then change again, much like being bounced back and forth in a tennis match. Even feeling somewhat lost with the past events you get a solid line on most of the characters and what motivates them. For me, the most puzzling character is Detective Cronin. Even after reading the book I can't say that I have a good idea of what the future is for this character but it seems like it could be a pivotal role in the following books. I look forward to the next book, hopefully, it will be much sooner, and would recommend to fans of the Action/thriller genre.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Walter Curran

    A Reader’s Rush! In most serial novels, the author has us climbing a ladder, learning more of the central character(s) as we step on each rung, slowly enticing us, promising yet more thrills, chills etc. In “Winner Takes All” the author, Robert Bidinotto, ignores the ladder and pushes the reader onto a high-speed escalator where the scenes and action take your breath away. He doesn’t promise more chills and thrills, he delivers them, gloriously wrapped in a mantle of intrigue, politics and human A Reader’s Rush! In most serial novels, the author has us climbing a ladder, learning more of the central character(s) as we step on each rung, slowly enticing us, promising yet more thrills, chills etc. In “Winner Takes All” the author, Robert Bidinotto, ignores the ladder and pushes the reader onto a high-speed escalator where the scenes and action take your breath away. He doesn’t promise more chills and thrills, he delivers them, gloriously wrapped in a mantle of intrigue, politics and human frailty. If you liked Bidinotto’s first two offerings “Hunter” and “Bad Deeds” (and I did) you’ll love “Winner Takes All.”

  11. 5 out of 5

    Linda Olin

    I love it when a plot comes together. This is the third Dylan Hunter book I've read. Bidinotto weaves them into an overall plot that comes together beautifully in "Winner Takes All." The story in WTA seemed to unroll rather slowly at first, as the table was set for the final revelations and confrontations. It picked up momentum and delivered a powerful finish. Well, "finish" as in, the plot was wrapped up into a nice trilogy, but hopefully the Dylan Hunter series is not finished! It fills an othe I love it when a plot comes together. This is the third Dylan Hunter book I've read. Bidinotto weaves them into an overall plot that comes together beautifully in "Winner Takes All." The story in WTA seemed to unroll rather slowly at first, as the table was set for the final revelations and confrontations. It picked up momentum and delivered a powerful finish. Well, "finish" as in, the plot was wrapped up into a nice trilogy, but hopefully the Dylan Hunter series is not finished! It fills an otherwise cricket-chirping niche where characters with a "progressive" agenda can be exposed as corrupt villains. (If that bothers you, look elsewhere for your thrillers.) I can't be specific without spoilers, but I was delighted to have an all-but-forgotten character suddenly emerge, and a bunch of characters revealed and explained and loose ends tied up. Not every writer manages to manipulate that many puppet strings, but Bidinotto does so expertly. In a way, I was bummed that Hunter seemed to lose his touch at times, making stupid gestures (like the sheet metal and nail gun) that came back to haunt him. But that actually gave more realism to the character and his struggle with the dangers of his compulsion. And of course his mistakes led to that much more suspense later. Similarly, I was bummed by what happened to Wonk's friend and the woman and little girl. I don't like the feeling of the villain destroying helpless, innocent people. But that was the whole point, right? Bottom line: 5 star entertainment.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Boundless Book Reviews

    I never thought I would love a political thriller as much as I loved Winner takes all, but I do.  Bidinotto has taken a genre that I usually would not touch and gave it teeth.   You can read this as a standalone however I would not recommend it.  There are many characters that are introduced in the first book Hunter and all of their backstories.  Not to mention all of the nuances that make Dylan Hunter started in book one.  Bidinotto is a master storyteller, and his characters have continued to g I never thought I would love a political thriller as much as I loved Winner takes all, but I do.  Bidinotto has taken a genre that I usually would not touch and gave it teeth.   You can read this as a standalone however I would not recommend it.  There are many characters that are introduced in the first book Hunter and all of their backstories.  Not to mention all of the nuances that make Dylan Hunter started in book one.  Bidinotto is a master storyteller, and his characters have continued to grow as the series has evolved.   I started this series in audiobook, and I have continued it that way.  Conor Hall was once again fantastic.  I don’t understand why he hasn’t done more work in audiobooks.  His range of voices is beyond any other narrator I’ve encountered.  He is truly phenomenal.   Winner Take All, is gritty, fast-paced, steeped in mystery and intrigue and so loaded with action the story never stops.  I am giving it 5 Boundless Stars; I can’t wait for the next installment! http://www.boundlessbookreviews.com https://www.facebook.com/BBReviews

  13. 5 out of 5

    John Christmas

    Robert Bidinotto never disappoints. He only gets better with each novel in the 'Justice' series. 'Winner Takes All' has political intrigue, action, and some steam all included in a fast-paced thriller novel. Hero Dylan Hunter is still fighting for justice in America, and this puts him up against a corrupt cabal trying to take over the American government. Is this novel anti-Trump? Or anti-Clinton? I don't see the tale as partisan either way, but certainly Hunter isn't happy when he finds evidenc Robert Bidinotto never disappoints. He only gets better with each novel in the 'Justice' series. 'Winner Takes All' has political intrigue, action, and some steam all included in a fast-paced thriller novel. Hero Dylan Hunter is still fighting for justice in America, and this puts him up against a corrupt cabal trying to take over the American government. Is this novel anti-Trump? Or anti-Clinton? I don't see the tale as partisan either way, but certainly Hunter isn't happy when he finds evidence of large-scale voter manipulation. He doesn't want to live in a zero-sum cheating-based society where every time someone wins another person has to lose. This novel is a must-read, and will be satisfying to Americans who are sick of the endless scandals in the newspaper and who dream of a hero who will take on the big crooks.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Diane

    Love the trilogy Read all 3 in the. Hunter series and loved all of them. Relevant to everything that is going on in our country. Sometimes what you think is going on has a backstory that would really floor you. I see people fervently supporting a cause or something else and what they think they are supporting isn't at all what is really going on. This series makes you think that what you thought was an altruistic organization really functions as something entirely different. I look forward to Rob Love the trilogy Read all 3 in the. Hunter series and loved all of them. Relevant to everything that is going on in our country. Sometimes what you think is going on has a backstory that would really floor you. I see people fervently supporting a cause or something else and what they think they are supporting isn't at all what is really going on. This series makes you think that what you thought was an altruistic organization really functions as something entirely different. I look forward to Robert Bidinotto's future offerings.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Kristy Bardwell

    Third and final? The complexity of the plot and depth of characters is astounding for a thriller that is also just as engaging. While this book answers questions and resolves abundant issues, I can't help but think it isn't over. There can be no normal boring life for these two and I, for one, cannot wait to read about Hunter Jr's vigilante justice on the playgrounds and streets. Third and final? The complexity of the plot and depth of characters is astounding for a thriller that is also just as engaging. While this book answers questions and resolves abundant issues, I can't help but think it isn't over. There can be no normal boring life for these two and I, for one, cannot wait to read about Hunter Jr's vigilante justice on the playgrounds and streets.

  16. 5 out of 5

    joanne krawchuk

    Great Read Loved the interesting characters, fast action pacing, the moral dilemmas in the quest for justice. I love a book that allows me to get involved and question "what would I do?" How can one person buck the system when you have no power? It's good to have a hero use his intelligence , experience and physical prowess for the greater good even when it's seen as criminal behavior and the corrupt system can hide behind the law. Great Read Loved the interesting characters, fast action pacing, the moral dilemmas in the quest for justice. I love a book that allows me to get involved and question "what would I do?" How can one person buck the system when you have no power? It's good to have a hero use his intelligence , experience and physical prowess for the greater good even when it's seen as criminal behavior and the corrupt system can hide behind the law.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Brady Longmore

    Winner Takes All is a fantastic wrap up to the Hunter trilogy. In this third book, the stakes are higher and the enemy is deadlier than ever as Dylan Hunter's vigilante crusade plunges him into the seething rat's nest of high-stakes corruption that is D.C. Politics. A very gratifying, pulse-pounding read from beginning to end. Definitely my favorite of the three as we get to learn a little more about Dylan's past and the other characters that populate his world. If you secretly fantasize about c Winner Takes All is a fantastic wrap up to the Hunter trilogy. In this third book, the stakes are higher and the enemy is deadlier than ever as Dylan Hunter's vigilante crusade plunges him into the seething rat's nest of high-stakes corruption that is D.C. Politics. A very gratifying, pulse-pounding read from beginning to end. Definitely my favorite of the three as we get to learn a little more about Dylan's past and the other characters that populate his world. If you secretly fantasize about corrupted, untouchables in high places finally getting a dose of the justice they deserve, then this book (the whole series) will not disappoint. I highly recommend it.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Emily

    Great Book I enjoyed everything about this book, this series actually with the exception of Annie. The first book was fantastic including her character but as I got a quarter of the way in I realized how much I really didn't like her. Despite that, I really enjoyed this book. I loved the story and the action. Great Book I enjoyed everything about this book, this series actually with the exception of Annie. The first book was fantastic including her character but as I got a quarter of the way in I realized how much I really didn't like her. Despite that, I really enjoyed this book. I loved the story and the action.

  19. 4 out of 5

    David C. Davis

    Well developed Good trilogy, nicely developed and tied together. It caused me to take sides, and to hope the characters turned out to be who I wanted them to be. The mark of a great read......

  20. 4 out of 5

    John Dulske

    Finally a phenomenal series OK, what the hell happens to Annie & Dylan? You're novels are awesome, phenomenal and stupendous . I cannot wait for the next novel. Hurry up I am 80 years old . Finally a phenomenal series OK, what the hell happens to Annie & Dylan? You're novels are awesome, phenomenal and stupendous . I cannot wait for the next novel. Hurry up I am 80 years old .

  21. 4 out of 5

    Terry Sampson

    Enjoyable story Loved the story. Would have liked Dylan to have a bit more difficulty saving the world. Been a little bit more real so I didn’t have to suspend quite so much disbelief. Having said that, Annie is indeed cool.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Teresa L

    Definitely a five-star read I simply can't get enough of the Dylan Hunter series! Easily my new favorite! Mr. Bidinotto's writing is crisp and clean and so much fun to read! Highly recommended for anyone who likes hero-thrillers. Definitely a five-star read I simply can't get enough of the Dylan Hunter series! Easily my new favorite! Mr. Bidinotto's writing is crisp and clean and so much fun to read! Highly recommended for anyone who likes hero-thrillers.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    Winner takes all Loved this series. Couldn't put any of the books down. This is a work of `fiction` that mimics real life. Not just the events, so to speak, but the characters and their narratives. Lots to ponder here. Thought provoking long after stories end. Winner takes all Loved this series. Couldn't put any of the books down. This is a work of `fiction` that mimics real life. Not just the events, so to speak, but the characters and their narratives. Lots to ponder here. Thought provoking long after stories end.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Jim A

    Bidinotto included way too many pages not designed to enhance the story but enhance the page count. A lot to skim over in this one. Other than that, it closes out the story started in "Hunter" yet leaves the door open for another. The next one will be without me, however. Bidinotto included way too many pages not designed to enhance the story but enhance the page count. A lot to skim over in this one. Other than that, it closes out the story started in "Hunter" yet leaves the door open for another. The next one will be without me, however.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Charlie

    Good plot gets storyline home. Characters getting stale. Somewhat redundant but entertaining. Stereotypes are fine up to a point. Might be time to close some of the agencies.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Robbie

    Slow starter, gets better as you read. I rate it 5 stars.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Jim

    An excellent novel by this author and I enjoyed reading this novel. I recommend this book to everyone.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Ellen

    I like this one a lot, but perhaps not quite as much as the first two. It seemed that more time was spent following the 'bad actors' instead of Hunter's exploits. Still, a good read! I like this one a lot, but perhaps not quite as much as the first two. It seemed that more time was spent following the 'bad actors' instead of Hunter's exploits. Still, a good read!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Todd Dashley

    Best One Yet Dylan Hunter’s character keeps getting better and better. These books have become more intriguing as the series progresses. I can’t wait to read the next one.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Conroy Cunningham

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