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Time to Hunt (Pierce Hunt #3) ❰PDF❯ ✅ Time to Hunt (Pierce Hunt #3) Author Simon Gervais – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk In the latest addition to the acclaimed Pierce Hunt series, Hunt races across Europe to stop an everchanging threat to national security before it’s too late to save his country or his friends
< In the latest addition to the acclaimed Pierce Hunt series, Hunt races across Europe to stop an everchanging threat to national security before it’s too late to save his country or his friendsWhen the CIA calls on former Time to MOBI :Þ Army Ranger Pierce Hunt to find a missing operative and friend, the last thing he wants to do is leave the peace of home and family behind But there’s to this mission than meets the eye, and Hunt knows he has no choice but to risk everything to save his friend and protect his countryHunt’s target is Jorge Ramirez, who allegedly has information that poses a threat to the national security of the United States As Hunt tracks Ramirez in Switzerland, he learns that someone close to his operation has betrayed the CIA His team is attacked, and not everyone makes it out aliveFacing betrayal on an international scale, Hunt doesn’t know who to trust The rules of engagement have changed, and the body count is rising Will he find out the truth in time, or will this be Hunt’s final mission?.


10 thoughts on “Time to Hunt (Pierce Hunt #3)

  1. Julie Watson Julie Watson says:

    Simon Gervais’s TIME TO HUNT is one of the most exceptional thrillers it has ever been my pleasure and privilege to read, with the plus being an ARC. It may be read as a stand alone but there are two prior in the Pierce Hunt saga, HUNT THEM DOWN and TRAINED TO HUNT.

    Pierce Hunt, a Ranger and former CIA operative, thought he could step away from the covert job and start a new life with family. But in the real world, dreams don’t come true. Hunt is contacted by Dorothy Triggs, Deputy Director of the CIA Operations Directorate to locate a missing operative, Charlie Henican, a friend, who was involved in a subterfuge plan to take down a rogue Venezuelan president visiting in Turkey. The kidnapped agent, part of a convoluted plot, poses a catastrophic problem as he is operating in unauthorized territory and is the holder of many a dark secret that concerned parties don’t want coming into the light.

    Pierce Hunt goes from tasked to find a missing operative to being authorized and manipulated to assassinate the Venezuelan President. Each character introduced has a defined role in the intricate, interwoven storyline of the novel. It’s like viewing a multi-dimensional chess game with the pawns literally losing their lives. It is “kick in the door” action from inception to the last page. The novel runs the spectrum of emotions.

    This is a novel of subterfuge,of duplicity, a treasonous plot within a plot, heart breaking betrayal and deepest loss. And let’s not forget vengeance. At the heart of it is a mole buried in the top layers of CIA operations.

    I loved the attention given to the character’s emotional thoughts intertwined with the logical decisions of Hunt the protagonist. Gervais hammers away at the twisting, ever-changing storyline that holds you on the edge of your seat to the last page. It carries the fast scene examination of an Andrews and Wilson novel, firefights liken to that of a Thor or Flynn, with just enough narrative to paint the scenario geographically, like Carr, in some of the world’s most stunning landscape.

    There is sufficient armaments discussed to engage the hunting and military fans. There is just enough mayhem to satisfy and keep happy those fans too. Gervais never loses sight of the roles played by secondary characters because of description intertwined to the main plot line. He engages the readers fully in the emotions of these characters, albeit good or evil. Gervais tackles treason, betrayal, love/lust, sacrifice, commitment and honor, ego, anger, rage, pain and grief. And how love wins in the end, but Death is not a stranger. There is a telling body count.

    I’ve not read a novel that keeps such a “slam through the door” pace as this and continues voraciously to the very end. And got to say, I did not see that ending coming at all, a total shocker. What a magnificent story/plot! Just EXCEPTIONAL!! TIME TO HUNT IS A 10 ++ rating in my Review Grader List! Well done,Simon Gervais!


  2. Donna Hines Donna Hines says:

    Riveting! Emotionally taxing! Superbly crafted into exquisite dimensions!
    Folks, I'm not sure what you're doing but if you've not uncovered this author, nor read his previous work, it's time you get acquainted because he's not only here to stay- but he's certainly left a mark.
    Upon reading Simon's bio I couldn't help but understand why I was chilled to the bone upon completion of this read. He's extremely gifted in the counterrorism, protective operations, with twenty years in military and law enforcement -and oh baby- it shows!
    I've not read,Trained to Hunt nor Hunt Them Down but I sure as hell will be after this adventure with this new book baby on tap.
    It all begins with Pierce Hunt -who as you may recall-is a former Army Ranger. He's got the skills that pay those bills and of course duty calls when the CIA buzzes him for a hook up.
    No-this isn't just a thrill ride- nor a one and done-oh hell no! I was literally picking up my jaw from the floor at the excitement level that literally never quit.
    My main reading interests is thrillers and lately the military-spy-terrorism novels have hit home nicely. I enjoy reading them but this is on a whole new level than anything I've ever read before and there's plenty of top guns in this category.
    Simon Gervais brings it home, makes you duck for cover, run for your life, and take down the bad guy all without missing a single beat.
    The suspense was killing me and believe me that's unusual because I've a high energy vibrant woman.
    When Hunt goes searching for his target (Jorge Ramirez) it's more than just a mission it's an all out game of cat and mouse that could turn deadly.
    There's nothing more dramatic and sinful than your own team turning against you but you must ride that wave to freedom, safety, and success.
    When a member of their own CIA team betrayed and was attacked from within-that's just down right NASTY!
    The leak must be stopped because selling out your own is BS and not to be tolerated!
    Whether the men went to restrain or protect is a question you will soon uncover while reading this powerful and galvanizing read.
    If you're wondering if this has all the earmarks for the thriller of the year?--YESSSSSSSS!
    Luckily, this worked great as a stand alone and trust me I'm glad nobody heard me hooting it up while I was reading because I believe I can still feel the burns...
    Hot! Elusive! Dangerous!
    Go on-Run-Don't walk for this newest work by Simon Gervais-you can thank me later!
    Thank you immensely to Simon Gervais, his publisher Thomas & Mercer, the great NetGalley, and Kindle for keeping them coming in.
    Till we meet again on the book trail...Enjoy!


  3. Todd Wilkins Todd Wilkins says:

    In a year full of outstanding thrillers, Time to Hunt is one of my top 3. No question. It's that good.

    The pacing was breakneck, the plot gripping, and the characters inspiring, yet relatable. I found myself unable to find a suitable place to stop reading at any part of the book. I was literally late to an event because I needed to know what happened next.

    I described Time to Hunt to a fellow reader as a combination of a Matthew Betley action sequence with the character endangerment of George R.R. Martin. That's extremely high praise on both accounts in my book.

    In just about any scene, bullets and/or blows are flying and you honestly don't know who's safe and that's what me love the story even more.

    I will fully admit that this was my first introduction to Simon Gervais and his protagonist Pierce Hunt. Let's just say that I slammed through this book so fast that I went ahead and ordered the previous two books in the series. I'm mad it took me this long to read him for the first time.

    If you like a healthy mix of intense action and intrigue, then this is the book for you.

    Nov 10, 2020 cannot come soon enough. Trust me!


  4. Slaven Tomasi Slaven Tomasi says:

    Infantry veteran and former Federal Law Enforcement agent Simon Gervais is back this fall with his third heart thumping, action filled, Pierce Hunt thriller, Time to Hunt. His protagonist Pierce Hunt is a former Army Ranger, then went on to serve in the Drug Enforcement Agency, then became an off the books operator not limited by the rules and regulations professional law enforcement officials must abide by. His violent background is described with vivid detail throughout the series, we learn that for his family, his brothers in arms and those closest to him, there is nothing Hunt won’t do.

    Picking up right where Trained To Hunt left off, Simon Gervais’ new Pierce Hunt thriller Time to Hunt lives up to its name. Having proved himself and his worth as a warrior, the CIA came calling to recruit Hunt and if you remember, at the end of Trained to Hunt, Pierce wants no part of it. But, Pierce has a soft spot for his brothers in arms and when one gets captured by the enemy, Pierce reluctantly agrees.

    Coerced by the CIA, he’s drawn into a rescue mission, but then an opportunity presents itself in an adversary Hunt really badly wants to kill. Jorge Ramirez, the person responsible for many deaths when he introduced highly addictive amphetamine pills to our nations’ youth, among them, his daughter’s boyfriend in last years Pierce Hunt thriller, Trained to Hunt.

    The mission is going smooth, everyone knows their role and is dug in their hide waiting for Ramirez to arrive. Then, all hell breaks loose. Hunt doesn’t it know it yet, but the CIA has been compromised. A battle for his life ensues, some don’t make it. This infuriates Hunt and he makes the decision to abandon the CIA and he brings his own team to continue the Hunt.

    Time to Hunt is Simon Gervais’ absolute best thriller to date, with non-stop action and heart thumping, edge of your seat sequences that will keep you up late. Earning itself a Blast Radius of a Nuclear Bomb, this is one of the best thrillers of the year.

    https://bit.ly/2OT3uEq


  5. Chris (Norseman) Miller Chris (Norseman) Miller says:

    Another great Pierce Hunt thriller from Mr Gervais!

    The story is great, kind of a plot I would have never thought of, but interesting locations, great action, and I’m totally glad I got to read this! The Pierce Hunt series is great and while you don’t have to start at the beginning to enjoy each book I recommend starting with Hunt Them Down then read Trained to Hunt! All available on Amazon!


  6. Dave Dave says:

    I received an advanced readers copy of Time To Hunt directly from the author in exchange for an honest review. I have read the previous books in the series and loved them. I am a big fan of this series and the author Simon Gervais. Time To Hunt continues this series run of outstanding thrillers. In fact, I believe Gervais deserves to mentioned in the upper echelon of thriller writers in this genre. Time To Hunt as well as the first two books in the series is action packed from page one to the final word. These stories would make for a great adaptation into a TV series (looking at you Amazon Prime Video). I highly recommend for Time To Hunt which is released on November 10, but can be preordered today. In the meantime, read Hunt Them Down and Trained To Hunt if you haven't already.


  7. Jeremy Jeremy says:

    Time to Hunt, the third book by Simon Gervais which features Pierce Hunt, a part-time DEA agent and a full-time badass. The two prior books were essentially revenge based where Hunt showcases his skills and racks up the body count. Time to Hunt sees Hunt back in the fold when the CIA comes knocking to track down a missing spy. Time to Hunt is my least favorite in this series, which by no means is a knock on this book. The first two books were just that good and Gervais had to move Hunt in a new direction to grow the character which he did a good job of. I would definitely recommend this book and I look forward to how Gervais handles Hunt in the future.


  8. Paula Paula says:

    Time to Hunt is the first book I've read of Simon Gervais and in this series. I didn't feel I missed anything by not reading the other books. I also enjoyed reading the author's bio at the end, and he has a pretty cool background. He knows how to write a police procedural and does an excellent job of describing locations and bringing the reader into the story.

    The story is action-packed and full of intrigue and a few good twists that I did not see coming. I like these types of books that are not too predictable.

    I would recommend this book. I will also check out Simon Gervais's other books. I would give this book a 4.5 star rating.

    #TimetoHunt #NetGalley


  9. John John says:

    I read this book through NetGalley's Read Now.

    This story begins with Pierce being visited by DDO Triggs. She asked him to help with the return of a former associate who was last seen in Turkey. Once she was finished and on her way back, her party was ambushed and she escaped, but her son was killed. Pierce was assigned to a team within the CIA and was to go to Switzerland where he was to kill Jorge Ramierz. Once he got to Switzerland, his target was changed. While leaving after killing the new target, all of the members of Pierce's team were murdered and Pierce went to a DEA safe house. Once he arrived there, he made arrangements with the DEA for support.

    A new team then went on a mission to find Jorge and also discover who was involved with his team's elimination earlier. His new team returned to Switzerland and began the search for Jorge.

    To find out whether Pierce was successful with his new team and who the party was that was responsible for all the trouble that bought Pierce into this mission in the 1st place you must read this book which I highly recommend. It might also lead you to look at the 1st 2 books in the series as well. You won't be disappointed.


  10. Thrillers R Us Thrillers R Us says:

    Time

    Time to Hunt will leave you with little time for anything else once you start the first chapter. While it is not necessary to have read the previous two Pierce Hunt adventures, it would probably help [dispel spoilers]. The first few chapters have plenty of reminders of Hunt tales of yore and reinforce the legend of the former US Army Ranger turned alphabet soup agency handy man.

    As soon as 'Time to Hunt' opens in a John Grisham style Caribbean paradise it will grab and man-handle you into a vaunted black SUV & wends its way through a serpentine thrillride with quite a few twists and surprises. Like a chef prepared meal, 'Time to Hunt' simmers from the get-go and titillates with hints of 'Clear and Present Danger' and 'The Rock' until it boils over with bullets buzzing, cars crunching and bones breaking.

    The pace and location changes are relentless and make this a global thriller, taunting you to settle in and reach for a good supply of Toblerone.

    Read entirely too fast, the pages turned quickly, facilitated by manageable chapters of blazing action & flowing dialogue. You can ration yourself to about 7 chapters per sitting and graciously enjoy the 66 chapter/300 page 'Time to Hunt' over 10 days [yeah, right] or delve into the maelstrom and come up for air only when the last bullets are spent.

    Thank you Simon for the ARC & the chance to read this Thriller ahead of PubDay.


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10 thoughts on “Time to Hunt (Pierce Hunt #3)

  1. Julie Watson Julie Watson says:

    Simon Gervais’s TIME TO HUNT is one of the most exceptional thrillers it has ever been my pleasure and privilege to read, with the plus being an ARC. It may be read as a stand alone but there are two prior in the Pierce Hunt saga, HUNT THEM DOWN and TRAINED TO HUNT.

    Pierce Hunt, a Ranger and former CIA operative, thought he could step away from the covert job and start a new life with family. But in the real world, dreams don’t come true. Hunt is contacted by Dorothy Triggs, Deputy Director of the CIA Operations Directorate to locate a missing operative, Charlie Henican, a friend, who was involved in a subterfuge plan to take down a rogue Venezuelan president visiting in Turkey. The kidnapped agent, part of a convoluted plot, poses a catastrophic problem as he is operating in unauthorized territory and is the holder of many a dark secret that concerned parties don’t want coming into the light.

    Pierce Hunt goes from tasked to find a missing operative to being authorized and manipulated to assassinate the Venezuelan President. Each character introduced has a defined role in the intricate, interwoven storyline of the novel. It’s like viewing a multi-dimensional chess game with the pawns literally losing their lives. It is “kick in the door” action from inception to the last page. The novel runs the spectrum of emotions.

    This is a novel of subterfuge,of duplicity, a treasonous plot within a plot, heart breaking betrayal and deepest loss. And let’s not forget vengeance. At the heart of it is a mole buried in the top layers of CIA operations.

    I loved the attention given to the character’s emotional thoughts intertwined with the logical decisions of Hunt the protagonist. Gervais hammers away at the twisting, ever-changing storyline that holds you on the edge of your seat to the last page. It carries the fast scene examination of an Andrews and Wilson novel, firefights liken to that of a Thor or Flynn, with just enough narrative to paint the scenario geographically, like Carr, in some of the world’s most stunning landscape.

    There is sufficient armaments discussed to engage the hunting and military fans. There is just enough mayhem to satisfy and keep happy those fans too. Gervais never loses sight of the roles played by secondary characters because of description intertwined to the main plot line. He engages the readers fully in the emotions of these characters, albeit good or evil. Gervais tackles treason, betrayal, love/lust, sacrifice, commitment and honor, ego, anger, rage, pain and grief. And how love wins in the end, but Death is not a stranger. There is a telling body count.

    I’ve not read a novel that keeps such a “slam through the door” pace as this and continues voraciously to the very end. And got to say, I did not see that ending coming at all, a total shocker. What a magnificent story/plot! Just EXCEPTIONAL!! TIME TO HUNT IS A 10 ++ rating in my Review Grader List! Well done,Simon Gervais!

  2. Donna Hines Donna Hines says:

    Riveting! Emotionally taxing! Superbly crafted into exquisite dimensions!
    Folks, I'm not sure what you're doing but if you've not uncovered this author, nor read his previous work, it's time you get acquainted because he's not only here to stay- but he's certainly left a mark.
    Upon reading Simon's bio I couldn't help but understand why I was chilled to the bone upon completion of this read. He's extremely gifted in the counterrorism, protective operations, with twenty years in military and law enforcement -and oh baby- it shows!
    I've not read,Trained to Hunt nor Hunt Them Down but I sure as hell will be after this adventure with this new book baby on tap.
    It all begins with Pierce Hunt -who as you may recall-is a former Army Ranger. He's got the skills that pay those bills and of course duty calls when the CIA buzzes him for a hook up.
    No-this isn't just a thrill ride- nor a one and done-oh hell no! I was literally picking up my jaw from the floor at the excitement level that literally never quit.
    My main reading interests is thrillers and lately the military-spy-terrorism novels have hit home nicely. I enjoy reading them but this is on a whole new level than anything I've ever read before and there's plenty of top guns in this category.
    Simon Gervais brings it home, makes you duck for cover, run for your life, and take down the bad guy all without missing a single beat.
    The suspense was killing me and believe me that's unusual because I've a high energy vibrant woman.
    When Hunt goes searching for his target (Jorge Ramirez) it's more than just a mission it's an all out game of cat and mouse that could turn deadly.
    There's nothing more dramatic and sinful than your own team turning against you but you must ride that wave to freedom, safety, and success.
    When a member of their own CIA team betrayed and was attacked from within-that's just down right NASTY!
    The leak must be stopped because selling out your own is BS and not to be tolerated!
    Whether the men went to restrain or protect is a question you will soon uncover while reading this powerful and galvanizing read.
    If you're wondering if this has all the earmarks for the thriller of the year?--YESSSSSSSS!
    Luckily, this worked great as a stand alone and trust me I'm glad nobody heard me hooting it up while I was reading because I believe I can still feel the burns...
    Hot! Elusive! Dangerous!
    Go on-Run-Don't walk for this newest work by Simon Gervais-you can thank me later!
    Thank you immensely to Simon Gervais, his publisher Thomas & Mercer, the great NetGalley, and Kindle for keeping them coming in.
    Till we meet again on the book trail...Enjoy!

  3. Todd Wilkins Todd Wilkins says:

    In a year full of outstanding thrillers, Time to Hunt is one of my top 3. No question. It's that good.

    The pacing was breakneck, the plot gripping, and the characters inspiring, yet relatable. I found myself unable to find a suitable place to stop reading at any part of the book. I was literally late to an event because I needed to know what happened next.

    I described Time to Hunt to a fellow reader as a combination of a Matthew Betley action sequence with the character endangerment of George R.R. Martin. That's extremely high praise on both accounts in my book.

    In just about any scene, bullets and/or blows are flying and you honestly don't know who's safe and that's what me love the story even more.

    I will fully admit that this was my first introduction to Simon Gervais and his protagonist Pierce Hunt. Let's just say that I slammed through this book so fast that I went ahead and ordered the previous two books in the series. I'm mad it took me this long to read him for the first time.

    If you like a healthy mix of intense action and intrigue, then this is the book for you.

    Nov 10, 2020 cannot come soon enough. Trust me!

  4. Slaven Tomasi Slaven Tomasi says:

    Infantry veteran and former Federal Law Enforcement agent Simon Gervais is back this fall with his third heart thumping, action filled, Pierce Hunt thriller, Time to Hunt. His protagonist Pierce Hunt is a former Army Ranger, then went on to serve in the Drug Enforcement Agency, then became an off the books operator not limited by the rules and regulations professional law enforcement officials must abide by. His violent background is described with vivid detail throughout the series, we learn that for his family, his brothers in arms and those closest to him, there is nothing Hunt won’t do.

    Picking up right where Trained To Hunt left off, Simon Gervais’ new Pierce Hunt thriller Time to Hunt lives up to its name. Having proved himself and his worth as a warrior, the CIA came calling to recruit Hunt and if you remember, at the end of Trained to Hunt, Pierce wants no part of it. But, Pierce has a soft spot for his brothers in arms and when one gets captured by the enemy, Pierce reluctantly agrees.

    Coerced by the CIA, he’s drawn into a rescue mission, but then an opportunity presents itself in an adversary Hunt really badly wants to kill. Jorge Ramirez, the person responsible for many deaths when he introduced highly addictive amphetamine pills to our nations’ youth, among them, his daughter’s boyfriend in last years Pierce Hunt thriller, Trained to Hunt.

    The mission is going smooth, everyone knows their role and is dug in their hide waiting for Ramirez to arrive. Then, all hell breaks loose. Hunt doesn’t it know it yet, but the CIA has been compromised. A battle for his life ensues, some don’t make it. This infuriates Hunt and he makes the decision to abandon the CIA and he brings his own team to continue the Hunt.

    Time to Hunt is Simon Gervais’ absolute best thriller to date, with non-stop action and heart thumping, edge of your seat sequences that will keep you up late. Earning itself a Blast Radius of a Nuclear Bomb, this is one of the best thrillers of the year.

    https://bit.ly/2OT3uEq

  5. Chris (Norseman) Miller Chris (Norseman) Miller says:

    Another great Pierce Hunt thriller from Mr Gervais!

    The story is great, kind of a plot I would have never thought of, but interesting locations, great action, and I’m totally glad I got to read this! The Pierce Hunt series is great and while you don’t have to start at the beginning to enjoy each book I recommend starting with Hunt Them Down then read Trained to Hunt! All available on Amazon!

  6. Dave Dave says:

    I received an advanced readers copy of Time To Hunt directly from the author in exchange for an honest review. I have read the previous books in the series and loved them. I am a big fan of this series and the author Simon Gervais. Time To Hunt continues this series run of outstanding thrillers. In fact, I believe Gervais deserves to mentioned in the upper echelon of thriller writers in this genre. Time To Hunt as well as the first two books in the series is action packed from page one to the final word. These stories would make for a great adaptation into a TV series (looking at you Amazon Prime Video). I highly recommend for Time To Hunt which is released on November 10, but can be preordered today. In the meantime, read Hunt Them Down and Trained To Hunt if you haven't already.

  7. Jeremy Jeremy says:

    Time to Hunt, the third book by Simon Gervais which features Pierce Hunt, a part-time DEA agent and a full-time badass. The two prior books were essentially revenge based where Hunt showcases his skills and racks up the body count. Time to Hunt sees Hunt back in the fold when the CIA comes knocking to track down a missing spy. Time to Hunt is my least favorite in this series, which by no means is a knock on this book. The first two books were just that good and Gervais had to move Hunt in a new direction to grow the character which he did a good job of. I would definitely recommend this book and I look forward to how Gervais handles Hunt in the future.

  8. Paula Paula says:

    Time to Hunt is the first book I've read of Simon Gervais and in this series. I didn't feel I missed anything by not reading the other books. I also enjoyed reading the author's bio at the end, and he has a pretty cool background. He knows how to write a police procedural and does an excellent job of describing locations and bringing the reader into the story.

    The story is action-packed and full of intrigue and a few good twists that I did not see coming. I like these types of books that are not too predictable.

    I would recommend this book. I will also check out Simon Gervais's other books. I would give this book a 4.5 star rating.

    #TimetoHunt #NetGalley

  9. John John says:

    I read this book through NetGalley's Read Now.

    This story begins with Pierce being visited by DDO Triggs. She asked him to help with the return of a former associate who was last seen in Turkey. Once she was finished and on her way back, her party was ambushed and she escaped, but her son was killed. Pierce was assigned to a team within the CIA and was to go to Switzerland where he was to kill Jorge Ramierz. Once he got to Switzerland, his target was changed. While leaving after killing the new target, all of the members of Pierce's team were murdered and Pierce went to a DEA safe house. Once he arrived there, he made arrangements with the DEA for support.

    A new team then went on a mission to find Jorge and also discover who was involved with his team's elimination earlier. His new team returned to Switzerland and began the search for Jorge.

    To find out whether Pierce was successful with his new team and who the party was that was responsible for all the trouble that bought Pierce into this mission in the 1st place you must read this book which I highly recommend. It might also lead you to look at the 1st 2 books in the series as well. You won't be disappointed.

  10. Thrillers R Us Thrillers R Us says:

    Time

    Time to Hunt will leave you with little time for anything else once you start the first chapter. While it is not necessary to have read the previous two Pierce Hunt adventures, it would probably help [dispel spoilers]. The first few chapters have plenty of reminders of Hunt tales of yore and reinforce the legend of the former US Army Ranger turned alphabet soup agency handy man.

    As soon as 'Time to Hunt' opens in a John Grisham style Caribbean paradise it will grab and man-handle you into a vaunted black SUV & wends its way through a serpentine thrillride with quite a few twists and surprises. Like a chef prepared meal, 'Time to Hunt' simmers from the get-go and titillates with hints of 'Clear and Present Danger' and 'The Rock' until it boils over with bullets buzzing, cars crunching and bones breaking.

    The pace and location changes are relentless and make this a global thriller, taunting you to settle in and reach for a good supply of Toblerone.

    Read entirely too fast, the pages turned quickly, facilitated by manageable chapters of blazing action & flowing dialogue. You can ration yourself to about 7 chapters per sitting and graciously enjoy the 66 chapter/300 page 'Time to Hunt' over 10 days [yeah, right] or delve into the maelstrom and come up for air only when the last bullets are spent.

    Thank you Simon for the ARC & the chance to read this Thriller ahead of PubDay.

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