- By Rick Jones

Night of the Hunter

  • Title: Night of the Hunter
  • Author: Rick Jones
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 346
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Night of the Hunter While on a mission in Jarablus Syria Jon Jericho codename the Hunter is severely wounded ending his career as a Special Field Operative for Delta Force When he returns stateside to begin life ane

    While on a mission in Jarablus, Syria, Jon Jericho, codename the Hunter, is severely wounded, ending his career as a Special Field Operative for Delta Force When he returns stateside to begin life anew, he quickly finds himself caught up in a scandal involving the appropriation of documents for an undetectable state of the art ICBM by the Islamic State But what if Jon JeWhile on a mission in Jarablus, Syria, Jon Jericho, codename the Hunter, is severely wounded, ending his career as a Special Field Operative for Delta Force When he returns stateside to begin life anew, he quickly finds himself caught up in a scandal involving the appropriation of documents for an undetectable state of the art ICBM by the Islamic State But what if Jon Jericho discovers something different What if he learns that the plans were appropriated by American and Israeli intelligence, and then proffered to the Islamic State As Jericho digs deeper he quickly draws the attention of certain CIA principals So when a CIA paramilitary group gives chase to terminate Jericho with extreme prejudice to keep the conspiracy safe, the Hunter must utilize his special skill set not only to survive, but to bring forward the hidden truth before the world erupts into global war.

    1 thought on “Night of the Hunter

    1. Night of the Hunter is the 1st book in a new series by Rick Jones. Jon Jericho is the Hunter. Hunter is his code name as the leader of a special Delta Force team. While in Syria, the Hunter suffers a wound that disqualifies him from Delta Force. Rather than taking a desk job, he ops for retirement. But how can the Hunter become a civilian.Jon is pulled back into the game when his girlfriend is targeted for death by a rogue group within the U.S. government. The CIA in cahoots with Israel try to s [...]

    2. This is one tough read. The twists and turns Rick Jones takes the reader on are fantastic. Keeping current with the state of the world, mentioning Iran, Syria, Israel and the US, introducing the Hunter. I was pulled in and kept on my toes and I was rooting for the home team. This one is emotional, tugging at the heart strings, while keeping up a fast pace that blazes through to the end. I was at turns horrified and thrilled. I think I'll be picking up his Vatican Knights series next.

    3. Another book that started out good, but then took a turn for the worse. A lot of dialog and little action. Couldn't draw myself to finish it.

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