Hunter's Moon

Hunter's Moon

Book - 1996
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Baker & Taylor
Joining his friend Bud and Bud's sensuous new wife, Jesse, on a hunting expedition, former Special Forces commando Harry Griffin is forced to kill Bud's stepson when the latter attempts to kill his stepfather

Blackwell North Amer
Harry Griffin is a quiet loner whose current profession as an illustrator for a big-city newspaper gives no hint of his hard-knocks background. Witness to some of war's rawest moments, and survivor of a battle with alcoholism, Harry's only constant is loyalty. He is a man who pays his debts.
Hence, when old friend Bud Maston, one of the state's richest men, insists Harry join him on a hunting trip, he goes. But nothing has prepared Harry for the raw carnality of Jesse Deucette - the new Mrs. Maston. And once Harry is stranded with her at Bud's snowbound lodge, events rapidly spiral toward tragedy.
On the opening morning of deer season, Harry thwarts an attempt on Bud's life. Haunted by the blood he has spilled, Harry seeks answers. And the answers lie in Stanley, Minnesota - where Jesse Deucette Maston uses her deadly allure to manipulate and cajole, and everyone seems to have a dark secret.

Baker
& Taylor

Joining his friend Bud and Bud's sensuous new wife, Jesse, on a hunting expedition, former Special Forces Commando Harry Griffin is forced to kill Bud's stepson when the latter attempts to kill his stepfather. A first novel. $30,000 ad/promo.

Publisher: New York : HarperCollins Publishers, c1996
ISBN: 9780060176433
0060176431
Branch Call Number: F LOG
Characteristics: 392 p. : 24 cm

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