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Who stands to benefit most if the Morgan Mafia is eliminated? Even more importantly, whose hands will he be playing into if the mission is carried out?
With his confidence shaken all the way to the top of E&E, Noah decides his only option is the one he always takes: to do what he thinks is right, and damn the consequences!
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By shelley on 02-16-18
Not your cookie cutter operative...
This is such a fun series. I really have enjoyed all of these books. Plenty of action with some pretty colorful characters who are unique from any of the other espionage characters.
This is part two of the previous book (Balance of Power). Do not read this as a stand alone, you will be lost.
This book picks up where the previous book ended. Two cliffhangers. Both are resolved. The mole who was getting info on E&E and the Morgan Mafia in the Ozarks. This has a Bang Up ending with a few surprises and two new recruits.
Adam Verner does an excellent job narrating.
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By Wayne on 02-18-18
Second half of outstanding Noah Wolf novel!
Time to Hunt, Book 8 in the Noah Wolf series, completes the two book novel begun with Balance of Power. The novel has two parallel plot lines both of which occur within the US which is unusual for this espionage thriller series.
One of the more interesting aspects of the Noah Wolf series is the development and use of high technology gadgetry. The technology leader of E&E reminds one of Q of James Bond fame with his unique gadget for every need. In this novel he modifies a 1969 Dodge Charger to make it bullet proof, gives it extra power and speed, and weaponizes it with automatic guns and grenade launchers. It is also capable of self driving. There are also exploding cell phones and miniature body implantable trackers that include imaging capability.
This is an outstanding two book novel with great action, intense suspense, a marvelous plot, and excellent narration by Adam Verner.
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