The Hunted by Alan Jacobson

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'“Jacobson keeps readers guessing right up until the last page, so trying to put this book down is like trying not to eat the last chocolate chip cookie: most of us will just give in.” —Booklist “Alan Jacobson follows up his exciting best-selling False Accusations with the chilling thriller The Hunted, a novel that keeps readers’ attention all through the long cold night . . . The fast-paced story line reads like a Jack Higgins thriller, but with a clearly Jacobson spin on the plot. This complex novel is worth the hardcover price.” —Midwest Book Review“From beginning to end, Jacobson never falters in his handling of suspense and the multi-plot story. The characters are alive and the events credible to anyone who reads or watches the news. Jacobson has created a book that is impossible to put down and should be added to all fiction collections.” —Library Journal“The characters were like old friends and the inside look at the FBI was terrific. I absolutely LOVE this book!” —Associated Press“The Hunted is a wild page-turning ride through all kinds of interesting turns and corners and unexpected twists. The characters are so well fleshed out and well developed that they live. It’s a well put-together and well thought-out book, one I guarantee you’re not going to put down.” —National Public Radio“An exciting, well-constructed story that kept me guessing without ever turning me off. I thoroughly enjoyed it.” —TV Guide Network“Many books aspire to be this engaging and intelligent. What Alan Jacobson spins is more than just a thrilling story full of plot twists; he has carefully created a hypnotizing series of characters . . . The narration is complete and compelling, and the action is top-notch. To compare Alan Jacobson’s work to other masters is to cheat him of his natural ability to set his work apart. The Hunted is a treasure.” —TalkAmerica Radio Network, The Tony Trupiano Show “This psychological twister breaks the mold of the typical thriller.” —BookReporter.com'
'“Jacobson keeps readers guessing right up until the last page, so trying to put this book down is like trying not to eat the last chocolate chip cookie: most of us will just give in.” —Booklist “Alan Jacobson follows up his exciting best-selling False Accusations with the chilling thriller The Hunted, a novel that keeps readers’ attention all through the long cold night . . . The fast-paced story line reads like a Jack Higgins thriller, but with a clearly Jacobson spin on the plot. This complex novel is worth the hardcover price.” —Midwest Book Review“From beginning to end, Jacobson never falters in his handling of suspense and the multi-plot story. The characters are alive and the events credible to anyone who reads or watches the news. Jacobson has created a book that is impossible to put down and should be added to all fiction collections.” —Library Journal“The characters were like old friends and the inside look at the FBI was terrific. I absolutely LOVE this book!” —Associated Press“The Hunted is a wild page-turning ride through all kinds of interesting turns and corners and unexpected twists. The characters are so well fleshed out and well developed that they live. It’s a well put-together and well thought-out book, one I guarantee you’re not going to put down.” —National Public Radio“An exciting, well-constructed story that kept me guessing without ever turning me off. I thoroughly enjoyed it.” —TV Guide Network“Many books aspire to be this engaging and intelligent. What Alan Jacobson spins is more than just a thrilling story full of plot twists; he has carefully created a hypnotizing series of characters . . . The narration is complete and compelling, and the action is top-notch. To compare Alan Jacobson’s work to other masters is to cheat him of his natural ability to set his work apart. The Hunted is a treasure.” —TalkAmerica Radio Network, The Tony Trupiano Show “This psychological twister breaks the mold of the typical thriller.” —BookReporter.com'
Publisher: Open Road Media ISBN: 9781497656031 Pages: 512