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Hunter Killer: A Pike Logan Novel

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Rich Orlow

11 Hours 29 Minutes

HarperCollins Publishers

January 2020

Audio Book Summary

Pike Logan tracks highly-trained Russian assassins to Brazil in this blistering, action-packed thriller from New York Times bestselling author and former Special Forces Officer Brad Taylor.

Pike Logan and the Taskforce were once the apex predators, an unrivaled hunting machine that decimated those out to harm the United States, but they may have met their match. While Pike Logan and Jennifer Cahill prepare to join their team on a counter-terrorist mission in the triple frontier—the lawless tri-border region where Argentina, Brazil, and Paraguay meet – they are targeted in Charleston, South Carolina. A vicious explosion kills a friend, and the perpetrators have set it up to look like an accident. While the authorities believe this was not foul play, Pike knows the attack was meant for him.

When he loses contact with the team in South America, Pike is convinced he and the Taskforce are under assault. His men are the closest thing to family that Pike has, which means he will do anything, even ignore direct orders to stand down, to find them. Pike and Jennifer head to Brazil to investigate their disappearance and run headlong into a crew of Russian assassins. Within days they are entangled in a byzantine scheme involving Brazilian politics and a cut-throat battle for control of offshore oil fields.

Forged in combat, the Russians are the equal of anything the Taskforce has encountered before, but they make a mistake in attacking Pike’s team, because Pike has a couple of elite Israeli assassins of his own. And Pike will stop at nothing to protect his family.

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  • Mary G.

    Excellent book and reader. Kept my attention throughout

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  • Brian C.

    Terrible writing and awful narration. sounded and written like the old radio shows of the 50's.

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  • Lionel H.

    There is a difference between fiction and fantasy. This book is fantasy and this author is clearly out of his element. One can but hope that Mr. Taylor will one day actually meet a real 'special ops" person and discover his silliness.

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  • Anonymous

    good plot, but the narrator's voice ranged from too high at times yelling.

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  • Ronald R.

    The plot is fast paced and interesting . However the narrator talks like he is in some kind of race. This distracts from the performance.

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  • Gary G.

    As always a great listen

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