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"A steady stream of action makes this a worthy entry into the burgeoning SEAL thriller genre." -- Publishers Weekly

"SEAL aficionados and action addicts will find...engaging hours of reading here." -- Kirkus Reviews

"There's action galore as Crocker and his team are either shooting at terrorists or on the receiving end." -- John Harrington, The Oklahoman

"Hunt the Wolf roars out of the most authentic inspirations in the blood and bayonets commando saga genre, and for lovers of military action fiction, this is a read to have." -- James Grady, author of Six Days of the Condor

"Don Mann writes like a soldier talks--straight and to the point. And he packs a mean punch." -- Chris Ryan, author of Strike Back

About the Author

Don Mann (CWO3, USN) is the author of the national bestseller Inside SEAL Team Six and has for the last thirty years been associated with the Navy SEALS as a platoon member, assault team member, boat crew leader, or advanced training officer; and more recently program director preparing civilians to go to BUD/s (SEAL Training). Up until 1998 he was on active duty with SEAL Team 6. Since his retirement, he has deployed to the Middle East on numerous occasions in support of the war on terror. Many of the active duty members of SEAL Team 6 are the same guys he taught how to shoot and conduct ship and aircraft takedowns, and trained in urban, arctic, desert, river, and jungle warfare, as well as Close Quarters Battle and Military Operations in Urban Terrain. He has suffered two broken backs, two pulmonary embolisms, and multiple other broken bones, in training or service. He has twice survived being captured during operations.

Co-writer Ralph Pezzullo is a New York Times bestselling author and award-winning playwright, screenwriter and journalist. His books include Jawbreaker (with CIA operative Gary Berntsen).

Product Details

  • Series: Seal Team Six
  • Hardcover: 320 pages
  • Publisher: Mulholland Books; 1st Us Edition edition (June 26, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0316209597
  • ISBN-13: 978-0316209595
  • Product Dimensions: 6.5 x 1.2 x 9.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 15.2 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (120 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,146,598 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By T. McDaniels on July 5, 2012
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Hunt the Wolf was listed as an action packed US Navy Seal fictional story. It was but 1/3 of it was the unit climbing a mountain, not looking for bad guys. That part would have been nice if I was looking for a Mt. climbing novel. Seemed pretty expensive for what was delivered. If you want a really great real life US Navy Seal story read Roberts Ridge which is about half as expensive.
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21 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Don Walsh on June 24, 2012
Format: Hardcover
I just finished reading Hunt The Wolf by Don Mann---WOW. What an emotional ride, I did not want it to end. If I'm ever having a bad day all I have to do is think about what Crocker had to endure. All I can say is look out Vince Flynn and Brad Thor---here comes the MANN. Fantastic job. Hope you have another book in the works.
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18 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Booklover on July 6, 2012
Format: Hardcover
When an action thriller is supposedly written or even co-written by a former Navy Seal, there is an expectation of authenticity, drama and suspense, which is completely lacking in this book.

Hunt the Wolf starts well, with an explosion at the US Embassy in Morocco. It continues well, with a Seal team preparing to seek revenge and be thrown into action. But around page sixty, it all turns bad. Perhaps this is where Mann handed over the laptop to Pezzullo and the story went to crap.

What follows is a completely unrelated mountain climb. All sense of urgency is lost. It makes no sense whatsoever. Instead of hunting terrorists, the Seal team climbs some mountain in Pakistan, where the team members end up with injuries. When the book returns to the main storyline, the reader wouldn't know. By then, even the more ardent reader would have thrown the book away.

The plot had great potential and the writers could have done so much more if they would have allowed the Seal team to actually do its job, like Mr. Mann used to, when he was on the field. Regretfully, he's forgotten what it used to be like.
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Format: Hardcover
Instead of one hero pursuing the villains, we have SEAL Team 6, aptly led by Navy SEAL Tom Crocker.

Ever since a courageous group of Navy SEALS killed Osama bin Laden there has been added interest in the activities of this elite group.

Tom Crocker has spent his life sticking up for those unable to defend themselves or who were being bullied. When he sees things like this, something is set off within him that springs him into action.

He's led his team into difficult missions into places like Iraq, Iran and El Salvatore and now he seems to have an enemy working against the Untied States with equal success in his operations as Tom has had in running down terrorists.

The story starts with a strong hook. After one of the associates of Abu Rasul Zaman, one of the top al-Qaeda agents, is eliminated, Crocker learns that a major operation is under way against the West and those friendly to the United States. At the same time, there are a number of young people being kidnapped from European countries and sold to Arabs. Crocker doesn't know what is behind this yet, but he's asked to find one of them whose family is friends with the King of Norway.

There isn't a lot of depth to the characters but nonstop action and excitement are throughout this book which is enjoyable and a fast read.

If you're looking for sheer pleasure in your reading, "Hunt the Wolf" will certainly entertain.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 9, 2012
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I read the book, and liked it. My only gripe is the extended mountain climbing side story, it detracted from the main story. To be fair the rest of the story was fast paced,action packed, and a fun read. I'll give his next one a try for sure. Again I liked the author and book, I just didn't like how the mountain side story took up so much of the book. I disagree that the side story ruined the whole book but it's length did detract from it. I recommend people give the author a try if they have the funds to spare.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By mountainman on April 25, 2015
Format: Paperback
I bought this book for my kindle, and like usual, didn't have time to read it. I do a lot of driving, however, so I bought the Amazon Audible edition. So glad I did. I'll start with full disclosure by saying that I served in the Navy with the author, Don Mann, before he was a SEAL, and have been in contact with him in the past few years. I also read his biography, INSIDE SEAL TEAM SIX, which helped in understanding this book. I may be biased, but because I know the man and read his bio, I disagree with some of the criticisms of the book and I'll explain why. First of all, this story isn't just about made up characters. THOMAS CROCKER IS DON MANN. Maybe some of the details are different, but his personality is captured perfectly. Knowing, or believing, this to be true, the Audible edition was a little difficult to believe. I say this because the narrator, in speaking as Crocker, sounded arrogant and tough. As tough as he is, Don Mann, for one, is not at all arrogant. Secondly, he doesn't generally talk tough. He just IS. He talks positive. He might tell you not to be a pussy, in those exact words, but in his voice there is no scorn or derision, only encouragement. To be fair, I don't know how a narrator can capture that subtle difference in a person's voice. Not when the deeds he commits are so tough. Back to the book. The mountain climbing has been criticized as a distraction to the story in other reviews. I believe it's an integral part of the story, exemplifying the all around bad-ass toughness of the SEALs, and especially, TEAM 6. It's my understanding that TEAM 6 isn't just the 6th team of SEALs, but an elite unit gleaned from the best of all the SEALs, the elite of the elite. As such, they are assigned for a finite period of time to the unit, and train, train, train.Read more ›
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