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Kill Them Wherever You Find Them (Pendulum of Time Trilogy Book 1) [Kindle Edition]

David Hunter
3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)

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Book Description

The intelligence agency, Mossad, has uncovered actionable information detailing a a highly organized, well funded, strike against the State of Israel and large Jewish population centers in cities of significance globally.

Terrorists have obtained, modified and weaponized two biological pathogens, taken from a Level Four Bio Research Lab outside Moscow.

A former Special Ops soldier-scholar from the U.S. is recruited to work with "The Project," a classified program somewhere in the Negev Desert.

It is anticipated that a specialized response to the attacks, utilizing human intervention coupled with advances in science, will thwart the terrorists from executing their planned attack.

Before exploiting this technology it must first be field tested in as controlled an environment as possible with measurable, history altering results.

A violent and racist family, with criminal roots dating back to the American Civil War, has been identified for the first phase. The objective: Eliminate the patriarch of this family that has visited death and tragedy on innocents, then measure the time line 'ripple effects' in national and international histories, as well countless other factors which could adversely affect the present.

The American Operative sent to Civil War era Virginia, Jeff Stauffenburg, is taken by surprise in a Confederate raid to capture fleeing slaves and anti-slavery sympathizers. Critically wounded during the raid on the hotel where he was staying, Jeff finds himself facing death from the wound that has gone septic then - should he survive that - the hangman's noose as a Yankee infiltrator.

Without the successful completion of this first critical phase, the second remains dubious while the terror leaders continue to strengthen their presence with sleeper agents strategically placed inside Israel and large cities euch as Los Angeles, Rio de Janeiro, Moscow, Paris, Berlin, and New York city.

Should they prevail the terrorists will succeed in wiping Israel off the face of the map and guaranteeing that no survivors of world Jewry will be able to rebuild the country. Countless millions will be reduced to perhaps tens of thousands within a twelve hour period.

In Los Angeles one of the bio-agents is accidentally released in an apartment building, killing the residents and bringing in the full weight of the United States counter-terror units, FBI, CIA, and the Centers for Disease Control.

A Mossad agent, electronically monitoring the the foot traffic and conversations of a 'safe house' of known terrorists of the group, learns that this accidental release half a world away has moved the scheduled strike date forward.

The story interweaves the current events happening in the Middle East with the lives, hopes and perspectives of characters with whom you may identify and for whom you will cheer, and a few you will loathe.

The thrilling conclusion leaves you eager to read the next two books as you become more invested in the lives and unfolding stories of the main players.

A complete book in and of itself, the exciting story takes you through twists that are at times expected, sometimes completely unanticipated and surprising - even shocking.

The first several chapters of the second book in the "Pendulum of Time" thrillogy, "Abducting the Time Master," is included at the end of this book.

Product Details

  • File Size: 1954 KB
  • Print Length: 379 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: David H. Honaker (August 6, 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00HQ16E7O
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #117,868 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
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I read constantly and this is the best book I have ever read! I stayed up very late on a work night to keep reading this book; I finished it in less than 24 hours! I've recommended it to my family and friends and even loaned my Nook to someone so they could read it, which I have never done before.

I have not read this genre before, but I will read the other two books in this thrilogy as soon as they're published. The plot is fascinating and takes you on an amazing trip into a world we hope never to meet. The characters are utterly believable and you can easily understand their emotions and what drives them. You love and hate them with your whole heart. You also feel sorry for some.

I was a little afraid of understanding the scientific and geopolitical aspects as I am not familiar with either. It was not a hindrance at all.

Thank you, Mr. Hunter, for the best book I have ever read! I have bookmarked your website and eagerly await the next book!

L. Stauff
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Future of Genocide? January 13, 2014
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Kill Them Wherever You Find Them by David Hunter is a fast-paced sci-fi thriller centered on the exploits of Jeff Stauffenberg, an intelligence operative assigned to the Project developed by the Israeli intelligence agency, the Mossad. Their scientists have discovered the secret of time travel, and their objective is to change the future by going back to skew the effects of the past on historic events. Facing a possible catastrophe in an imminent biological attack on the Holy Land, Jeff is ordered to eliminate individuals to preempt their destinies as a Hebrew version of the Terminator. Only Jeff's Mormon beliefs are the cause of conflict and dissonance as he battles with his conscience with the fate of a nation at stake.

Dr. Moshe Levin is a major protagonist who proves enzymatic in creating Jeff's inner turmoil. In the opening scenes, he speaks Hebrew and makes numerous referrals on its society and faith-based culture during a top-secret briefing. Yet he announces that each man has been fitted with a neuro-poison capsule which allows them to take their own lives, invalidating God's sovereign authority in doing so. We also see Jeff's Mormon religion being both condoned and endorsed by Moshe. Although there is a great deal of dialogue justifying the conversion, it conveys an element of deception as they support a religion other than that professed during the classified meeting.

Hunter's novel brings up a number of interesting questions for discussion as Jeff finds himself immersed in a number of Middle Eastern scenarios, in a life-and-death struggle against opposing `faith-based' regimes. We see the contradiction as the Hebrew-Muslim conflict is explored, dating back to the Biblical episode of Israel vs. Ismael.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Read like the LDS missionary leaflets July 31, 2014
By Sam
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As I was finishing chapter 5, I felt that the author was proselytizing religion - especially the mormon faith. So I looked at the author bio and was not surprised. By chapter 5 I was already bored with the religious statements and dialogues like where one person asks the other to visit I get enough LDS propaganda by your missionaries; don't want it leaking into my sci-fi stories.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fun read January 20, 2014
By bhines
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This was a fun fast-paced read, enjoyed it very much, looking forward to the next installment. Thanks David for a book that explores some fascinating aspects of the Middle East.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Super read June 8, 2014
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I didn't realize this would be about time travel when I got it. I normally don't read science fiction or books with science fiction topics. This one steps away from the usual science fiction model and handles a science fiction topic -- time travel -- in the context of a mystery/thriller. I'll try and read more from this author's series.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Book May 3, 2014
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This story is interesting from the very beginning, I would definitely recommend it to anyone looking for a good read!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars WOW! April 2, 2014
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This book is a masterful combination of sci-fi and current politics in the middle-east. The author made a few minor mistakes, such as talking about fire ants in the 1800s and a few other very minor errors. BUT in no way did it interfere with the breath taking speed of the book. I'll not spoil it for anyone, suffice it to say that this author weaves in and out of situations that stay with you even when you have to put it down for awhile.

If I had to compare him to anyone, I'd say Patterson. However, in some sense it actually beats some of the best known authors. BUY it, savor it, I want more!
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5.0 out of 5 stars I like how all the different subplots are combined July 17, 2014
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I'm about halfway through this book and I must say this is SUPERB reading. The plot is complex enough, not just one-dimensional, and that adds a large dose of realism as in real life things tend to not be simple. Reading this book while getting alerts on my phone about rockets being fired into Israel, that really makes the terrorism aspect feel more palpable.
Some may be bothered by the mormon slant, but it's not something that bothers me so far. I like how all the different subplots are combined: Russian lab, Israeli intelligence and military, American civil war, Chechnyan rebels, Iranian terrorists, etc... it definitely keeps the story interesting. I look forward to finishing it and will most likely update my review then.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
4.0 out of 5 stars Thumbs up
Fun and entertaining. Amazing as a free read.
Published 12 days ago by Paul Hertz
3.0 out of 5 stars Loved the story premise
Loved the story premise. Sometimes hard to tell who was talking but all in all fun engaging read. Would like to know the rest of the story!!

Published 26 days ago by Sheri Harris
4.0 out of 5 stars Entertaining story
These time-travel tales resonate because of the current war over Gaza. The novel and sample have far more back story than time travel action. Read more
Published 1 month ago by ruralta
1.0 out of 5 stars bad ending
the book was good. however, the end left you hanging in the middle of the story. It is as if there was supposed to be a part 2.
Published 2 months ago by hp
3.0 out of 5 stars Compelling story suffers from lack of editing
You can let your spell checker proofread your book but if you do, you could wind up with a work like Kill Them Wherever You Find Them by David Hunter. Read more
Published 2 months ago by Bruce W Kunkle
4.0 out of 5 stars FUN read...
A bit repetitious at times, but the book moved along smoothly. I would read the next installment. Timely story line and believable.
Published 2 months ago by Paul
3.0 out of 5 stars Good plot but with a tendency to be over descriptive.
Could have been written with a few thousand less words.
Published 2 months ago by Carlton W.
4.0 out of 5 stars excellent book.
Excellent and riveting book. Great story and characters. I wonder if it is possible for this to really occur. They made it sound incredibly realistic.
Published 2 months ago by William A. Sipper
4.0 out of 5 stars GOOD READ
Ok at first, but after completion of this book it's like someone went back in time and changed my opinion. Really good book especially for the price.
Published 4 months ago by jt
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More About the Author

David Honaker (pen name "David Hunter") is a husband, father/-in-law, and grandfather. He resides in Phoenix, Arizona with his wife, guinea pig, and blue eyed-cat.

Born and raised in the United States he lived in Brazil, later spending a few months in the sovereign and independent State of Israel. These and other life experiences heightened his love of, and respect for, different cultures and beliefs while contributing to a deeper understanding of the complex religious-geo-political issues impacting our world.

He continues to be a student of major world religions with a focus on the four Abrahamic faiths (Judiasm, Christianity, Islam, and Bahá'í), geopolitics, languages, physics, mathematics, and all things "geek." David masterfully interweaves many of his passions, coupled with current world events, into his books

Relatively new to literary circles, he has already been compared to authors in similar genres such as James Patterson for Suspense and Espionage and Isaac Asimov for Science Fiction. His first book in the "Pendulum of Time" thrillogy, "Kill Them Wherever You Find Them," is hailed as a, "... work of pure genius combining the best of Thriller-Suspense with believable Science Fiction in a manner never before seen. Through the 'Pendulum of Time' trilogy the author has created an entirely new category of writing!"


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