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The Hunters Destiny Rising

Author : L J Smith
ISBN : 9781444906059
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Elena Gilbert has never been an ordinary teenager. After falling in love with the irresistible vampires Stefan and Damon Salvatore, she became a vampire, died, returned from the dead, and journeyed to hell and back to save Stefan. Now in college, Elena faces a terrifying new danger and discovers her destiny.

The Hunters

Author : Claire Messud
ISBN : 0547563876
Genre : Fiction
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This pair of novellas, Claire Messud’s third published work, is true to her most respected form: here the inner lives of women are revealed with precision and “piercing authenticity” (New York Times). "A Simple Tale" is the moving account of Maria Poniatowski, an aging Ukrainian woman who was taken by the Germans for slave labor and eventually relocated to Canada as a displaced person. She struggles to provide her son Radek with every opportunity, but his eventual success increases the gulf between him and his mother. What of the past is she to preserve, and how to avoid letting the weight of that past burden the present? Maria's story is about the moments of connection and isolation that are common to us all. "The Hunters," the second novella, is narrated by an American academic spending a summer in London who grows obsessed by the neighbors downstairs. Ridley Wandor, a plump and insipid caretaker of the elderly, lives with her ever-unseen mother and a horde of pet rabbits she calls "the hunters." While the narrator researches a book about death, all of Ridley Wandor's patients are dying. Loneliness breeds an active imagination. Is having such an imagination always destructive? Or can it be strong enough to create a new reality?

The Hunters

Author : James Salter
ISBN : 9781619021280
Genre : Fiction
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Captain Cleve Connell has already made a name for himself among pilots when he arrives in Korea during the war there to fly the newly operational F-86 fighters against the Soviet MIGs. His goal, like that of every fighter pilot, is to chalk up enough kills to become an ace. But things do not turn out as expected. Mission after mission proves fruitless, and Connell finds his ability and his stomach for combat questioned by his fellow airmen: the brash wing commander, Imil; Captain Robey, an ace whose record is suspect; and finally, Lieutenant Pell, a cocky young pilot with an uncanny amount of skill and luck. Disappointment and fear gradually erode Connell's faith in himself, and his dream of making ace seems to slip out of reach. Then suddenly, one dramatic mission above the Yalu River reveals the depth of his courage and honor. Originally published in 1956, The Hunters was James Salter's first novel. Based on his own experiences as a fighter pilot in the Korean War, it is a classic of wartime fiction. Now revised by the author and back in print on the sixty-fifth anniversary of the Air Force, the story of Cleve Connell's war flies straight into the heart of men's rivalries and fears.

The Hunters

Author : W.E.B. Griffin
ISBN : 1101215127
Genre : Fiction
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The new Presidential Agent novel-now in paperback. Two brutal murders and millions of missing dollars in the growing UN/Iraq oil-for-food scandal have led Charley Castillo and his team to Uruguay, where the man they seek is murdered right before their eyes. Those responsible have left just enough of a trail for Castillo to pick up the scent and follow it wherever it takes him-even if it's not exactly where he expected.

The Hunters

Author : Jim Hummel
ISBN : 9781466923829
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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The Hunters The third book presented by the two sisters. This story is packed full of adventures with ghosties and heroes of our country. Rusty the ghost flies the kids to many places and asks the kids to undo fred, as they are good detectives. Together Rusty and the kids come up against Mr. Bad and his ghosties. At the end of the book you will find art tips to make your art really come alive. Enjoy! Jim Hummel and "The Two Sisters"

The Hunters

Author : Chris Kuzneski
ISBN : 9780990925606
Genre : Fiction
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Soon to be a major motion picture!!! THE TEAM: Financed by a billionaire philanthropist, this elite team—a soldier, an historian, a computer whiz, a weapons expert, and a thief—is tasked with finding the world’s most legendary treasures. THE MISSION: Fearing a German victory in WWI, the Romanian government signed a deal with Russia to protect the country’s treasures. In 1916, two trains full of gold and the most precious possessions of the Romanian state—paintings, jewelry, and ancient artifacts—were sent to the underground vaults of the Kremlin. But in the turmoil of war, the Romanian treasure was scattered and lost. THE PRIZE: The collection is now valued at over $3.5 billion. Despite several attempts to find it, its location has remained a mystery…until now.

The Hunters

Author : Jason Pinter
ISBN : 9781426845369
Genre : Fiction
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After one of the most harrowing weeks of Henry Parker's life, night has finally come. Settled in with Amanda Davies, he sleeps before preparing to chase a story alongside his mentor, Jack O'Donnell. Meanwhile Jack sits on the other side of town, fresh out of rehab, hoping to salvage a once-great career derailed by public humiliation. This is Jack's last chance to leave his mark. Elsewhere in the city, two killers are on the move. They are brutal, calculating, and after tonight their decade's long plan will come to fruition. But before the morning comes they have a few stops to make... THE HUNTERS: The thrilling lead-in to THE DARKNESS

Hunting The Hunters

Author : Laurens de Groot
ISBN : 9781472903662
Genre : Nature
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'As the rest of the world stood by and watched, Laurens risked everything to defend these extraordinary mammals from extinction. A truly powerful and inspiring story.' Susan Sarandon Laurens de Groot was a detective for the Dutch police, specializing in organized crime and environmental pollution. He was rapidly promoted through the ranks, but became increasingly disillusioned with failed prosecutions and minimal prison sentences. But although as a detective there was little he could do to stop the truly big criminals, there was a more radical option ? direct action, not necessarily within the law. Laurens leaves his job, sells up, travels to Australia and joins Sea Shepherd, an international organization protecting marine wildlife. He soon finds himself in the middle of the war against the Japanese whaling fleet operating in the Antarctic whale sanctuary. As the Japanese hunt whales, Laurens and the Sea Shepherd crews hunt them. Their boats are tiny for the wild Southern Ocean, and as well as dealing with the extreme weather they are repeatedly attacked by the Japanese crews and nearly shipwrecked by ice. On one mission, their boat is rammed, cut in two and sunk by a whaling ship. This is war, with no quarter given. Hunting the Hunters is an action-packed and timely account of one man's extraordinary life, as well as an ongoing battle against a powerful nation determined to get its way no matter the cost. It's an important subject, one that a lot of people care about, and as Laurens tells the story in his own words this is a compelling and insightful book.

Home Are The Hunters

Author : Pauline Furey
ISBN : 9781426976865
Genre : Fiction
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About the Book The celebration of allied victory following the end of World War II has transitioned into the mammoth task of restoration. Three people among the millions in Great Britain look to the future with diverse levels of aspiration. David Parke, a Royal Air Force fighter pilot who was badly burned during the Battle of Britain, faces the dilemma of leading a productive life with disabled hands. His French grandparents who own a vineyard in Aix en Provence are traumatized by the past German occupation of their country and suggest that David learn the intricacies of the wine industry with a view to ultimately assuming ownership of the chateau. To enhance future international business possibilities he visits the vineyards of northern California where he discovers another unsettling reason for being there. His French mother, Janine, who functioned as an agent for British Intelligence in occupied France, acknowledges the dire need to help the thousands of refugees still displaced from their homelands. Her major focus is on the lost children of the war and her investigations coincidentally merge with her sons activities both in France and America. A child at the wars onset, Kate Hawkins is now moving into womanhood and is making good use of her extraordinary artistic talent by depicting the plight of children who have been separated from their parents during wartime conditions. Her unique ability to highlight an expression of anguish or joy with a mere pencil stroke comes to the attention of the United Nations International Childrens Emergency Fund (UNICEF) and she is employed as a representative artist. Meanwhile, the War Crimes Tribunal is in session at Nuremburg and evasive war criminals are being sought to bring to justice. A cabal of dedicated Nazi hunters is working to track down and apprehend these fugitives and these activities are the undercurrent of the story. Surprisingly, the three diverse occupations of David, Janine, and Kate are affected by these grim activities and they unexpectedly become involved. HOME ARE THE HUNTERS is a sequel to the wartime novel by the same author, THE LONG MAN and brings to a conclusion the story of the three appealing characters the reader has come to know and perhaps befriend.

The Hunters Of Jundagai

Author : Kenneth Bulmer
ISBN : 9780575122291
Genre : Fiction
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Cy Yancey dreamt of being a big game hunter adventuring in Africa. Little did he know that stepping into an alleyway outside his rifle club would lead him to the most important hunt in his life, a hunt that would take Cy much farther than Africa, a hunt through the worlds of the Dimensions, seeking, of all things, Earth! For Yancey, in trying to grab a cab, ends up hitching a ride with Porteurs Zelda and Jorine - escapees from the power of the mysterious Contessa. Fleeing with them, Yancey is bounced from one Dimension to another until he arrives on Jundagai, planet of the Hunters. On Jundagai lies the answer to Yancey's dreams. The Hunt reigns supreme, though often one is not sure what the quarry is. But Jundagai holds still a greater attraction. Jundagai, Yancey's prison, holds the key to home. Yancey has only to find the right lock before death finds him.

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