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Hunter, a historic-looking mountain man who dresses in stylish leather garments designed by himself, finds the boy quickly and is ready to set off for Manchuria in search of a rare Siberian tiger when an even more dangerous target surfaces in the wilds of Alaska. An illicit medical experiment has gone wrong, and the attempt to combine the recovered DNA of one of our more violent and predatory predecessors with that of modern man has resulted in a creature whose amazing powers of brain and muscle are matched only by its survival instincts.
As readers of his previous thrillers (Cain and Leviathan) already know, Huggins can make the most outlandish material instantly credible by creating scenes of great power and imagination. He also knows more about weapons and ways of killing people and animals than anyone. There's nothing cozy or literary about his work, but the action is nonstop and fully absorbing. --Dick Adler --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
If you like good action, good characters, a little sci-fi, emotion, and just a great story. This is your book.Published 1 month ago by Emory carrigan
Interesting plot. Good read. Kept my interest throughout the whole book.Published 1 month ago by Robert Miller
Pretty much a page turner if you like blood, guts and graphic violence.Published 2 months ago by Willliam G farrell
An amazing, action filled story that leaves you wanting a sequel. I had this in paperback a while ago and gave it away to a friend. I was so glad to find it again in an e-book!Published 2 months ago by Cat
I really cannot say enough about this book. I read four or five books a week and must say that there are a lot of stinkers out there. This book really captured me. Read morePublished 2 months ago by H. A. Friedman