Hunt the Lion by Chad Zunker
Publisher: Thomas & Mercer
Publication Date: September 4, 2018
Kindle Edition: 268 Pages
Paperback Edition: 268 Pages
Genre: General Fiction (Adult), Mystery & Thrillers
Kindle Price: $4.99 USD
Paperback Price: $11.99 USD
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Sam Callahan, CIA Agent and now apparent traitor to the U.S. Have you ever meet the gray wolf? Are you running from the gray wolf? What does Charlie have to do with all this?
“Hunt the Lion”is an adventure that, takes you across the cities of London and Moscow. Just when Sam thought they had succeeded in the mission in Moscow, everyone in the local Safe House is killed and Sam is thrust into the fight of his very life. As if, scaling a ten story building was hard as it is.
Good will hunting meets the Bourne identity.-Fred Burton-
Natalie, a reporter from the District of Colombia is thrown into danger when her husband is being hunted by an international assassin bent on finishing a job that was started a long time ago.
In my own opinion, there are so many secrets in this story, sometimes it was hard keeping up with everything. The plot is so thought out, when you think you have solved the plot, Chad Zunker throws you for a twist you didn’t see coming. “Hunt the Lion,” is a story for young adults and up.