A Hunting We Will Go

A Hunting We Will Go A thriller from page one until the final shocker Hal Friedman gives grand master Mary Higgins Clark a run for her money James PattersonThe Ultimate Hunter Arthur Combs is LA s hottest story Dubbed S

  • Title: A Hunting We Will Go
  • Author: Hal Friedman
  • ISBN: 9780061095900
  • Page: 465
  • Format: Paperback
  • A thriller from page one until the final shocker .Hal Friedman gives grand master Mary Higgins Clark a run for her money James PattersonThe Ultimate Hunter .Arthur Combs is LA s hottest story Dubbed Starman, this terrifying serial killer is a monster who preys on beautiful, famous women guided by the sadistic urges of a mysterious partner.The Perfect Prey A thriller from page one until the final shocker .Hal Friedman gives grand master Mary Higgins Clark a run for her money James PattersonThe Ultimate Hunter .Arthur Combs is LA s hottest story Dubbed Starman, this terrifying serial killer is a monster who preys on beautiful, famous women guided by the sadistic urges of a mysterious partner.The Perfect Prey .Katlyn Rome is LA s hottest TV news anchor Intelligent and ambitious, she is the leading reporter on this career making story and Starman s next target.In A Deadly Battle For SurvivalAs Starman closes in, Kate turns to the one person who can help her survive, veteran cop and department outsider Dan Jarrett Together they must outwit a diabolical psychopath in a game with only one rule kill or be killed Friedman has a gift for capturing LA s obsession with publicity PublishersWeekly

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    1. Clearly, author Hal Friedman was hoping to be the next James Patterson. A HUNTING WE WILL GO feels like a carefully calculated attempt to mimic Patterson's bestselling formula for books like KISS THE GIRLS: tiny chapters, breezy writing, thinly-drawn characters, life in the fast lane, a crazy but highly capable serial killer, a rugged police detective, a strong female "would-be victim," absurd plotting, and a couple of big twists toward the end. It even has a title based on a children's nursery [...]

    2. I gave this book three stars not because it did anything wrong, but because it failed to do anything exceptionally. The characters were realistic but archetypal--I've seen them all a dozen times in novels by Dean Koontz and Sue Grafton. The pacing didn't drag, but my fingers weren't stumbling over each other trying to turn the pages. The plot was a tad formulaic, though certain gimmicks did throw me for a loop. I was also distracted by an unexpected number of typos and punctuation errors. Maybe [...]

    3. Friedman has written a disturbing thriller about a serial killer in LA who preys on beautiful, famous women. The book is a fast read whose the plot does not end with the usual "monster" in custody. I appreciated the first 100 pages as I sat in a doctor's office trying not to scratch a severe witchy itch from an allergic reaction!

    4. Psycho killer pursues celebrities with a few twists. I found it a slow read and hard to get into. I finished it because it would get interesting now and then, but was disappointed by a soft plot and vacuous characters.

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