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Hunting Eve (Eve Duncan) Hardcover – July 16, 2013

4.4 out of 5 stars 754 customer reviews
Book 14 of 15 in the Eve Duncan Series

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Taking place mere minutes after the cliff-hanger ending of Taking Eve (2013)—the first in prolific and best-selling Johansen’s new trilogy featuring forensic sculptor Eve ­Duncan—the second opens with Eve on the run from her diabolical captor, Jim Doane, in the wilds of the isolated Colorado Rockies. As wolves howl and frigid night temperatures descend, Eve’s struggle to survive pits her against nature’s deadliest elements while Doane constructs an elaborate trap to ensnare both Eve and Zander, a lethal assassin with a surprising interest in Eve’s welfare. Her plight has rallied a coterie of both old friends and new allies, who join Eve’s lover, Detective Joe Quinn, and their daughter, Jane, to marshal forces both supernatural and mortal to come to Eve’s rescue. Building to a shocking conclusion, Johansen’s paranormal suspense thriller will have fans of Eve’s exploits clamoring for the trilogy’s final installment, Silencing Eve (due out in October 2013), to learn of Eve’s ultimate fate. HIGH-DEMAND BACKSTORY: So avid are Johansen’s fans, a 300,000 print run is planned, backed by a national tour and an all-out, diversified advertising campaign on television, various websites, and social media. --Carol Haggas

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“Gripping . . . Johansen deftly baits the hook for the next volume.” ―Publishers Weekly (starred) on Eve

“The suspense and action will entertain all, even those new to the series.” ―Library Journal (starred) on Eve

“Will leave readers breathlessly anticipating the final installment.” ―Publishers Weekly (starred) on Quinn

“Johansen's intense storytelling style drags readers into a whirlpool of danger and treachery that can have horrifying results. It's awesome!” ―RT Book Reviews on Quinn

“A stunning finale.” ―Publishers Weekly (starred) on Bonnie

“A stunning conclusion to a very popular trilogy.” ―Booklist on Bonnie

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Product Details

  • Series: Eve Duncan (Book 17)
  • Hardcover: 400 pages
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Press; 1st Printing edition (July 16, 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1250019990
  • ISBN-13: 978-1250019998
  • Product Dimensions: 6.4 x 1.4 x 9.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (754 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #706,787 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Hunting Eve could never be perceived as a well written stand alone novel or even a well written series novel. Be aware if you purchase this book you are buying one third of a complete story line. (and it is the middle third) After finishing Talking Eve most readers would wonder where the rest of the book was. After struggling through the first half of Hunting Eve (which covers only a few days time) I kept waiting for the story line to pick up the pace...It didn't. If you haven't read Taking Eve yet I think you will find Hunting Eve to be not only slow moving but also a bit confusing. I am incredibly disappointed in Iris Johansen for writing one novel and presenting it in the form of a trilogy of books. If the reader wants the resolution to the story they will have to purchase the third book which does not come out until October. All in all most readers will have paid over$30 for what could have been one outstanding novel instead of three mediocre books telling one story.
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I did not realize that this was to continued into YET another book. The storyline is not deep enough or engrossing enough to support 2 books much less three books!! Wait for what might be THE END in book three. There is enough repetitous back story to cover the first two books with no need to read them. Greatly indignant to spend $30-$40 for what should be 1 book. Definitely not worth the investment in time or money.
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This latest book is full of women with 'supposedly' strength of characters, having overcome much 'adversity' but spending much of the time whining about their current problems. Jane, a very unlikeable and self-destructive but in denial character was unable to resist the manipulative men in her life because she will 'sacrifice' herself to their manipulations for the 'greater good' (ie. Eve's rescue). Kendra, a promising likeable character in previous book, now succumbed to a controlling mother all in the name of 'love'. Eve's obsession with Bonnie is now as scary and unhealthy as Donne's obsession with Kevin.

It is ironic that perhaps the book's intention was to celebrate female characters instead all it did was to present unoriginal 'romantic' agsts (Jane, Mark and Caleb) and annoying, unoriginal good vs. evil rationalizations (Eve). If you like 50s and 60s sitcomes/movies then this book is for you; otherwise, please spend your hard-earned money on other 21st century based books.
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I waited awhile in anticipation for this book I won't for the third episode. This was very disjointed - too many characters- none who were really working together. I finally made it about two thirds through and started skimming to the end. I am really getting tired of authors and their trilogies. This is just about writing one story and stretching it to three or more to make more money. This will be my last Johansen book and my last trilogy!!!!!
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I survived the second book of this series, now I have to bank it down to wait for the third. Not easy. Iris Johansen builds on the foundation of the first book to bring yet more threads together to be woven into a very complex thriller. A lot of the characters I grew to like in previous books have solid roles in this tale as they work to find Eve before it's too late.

The action gyrates between wondering if Eve will make it, to YES, she's in the clear, only to have her veer back into peril as the new and unwanted bonds of kinship pull both father and daughter in directions they never would have otherwise taken. Through this Eve stays strong and spits as much venom back at her tormenter as he dishes to her.

As always, there's a thick strand of paranormal events that weave through the story. If you're familiar with the Eve Duncan series, that just understood. There is very little in the way of sexual content for those who don't like it, (or for those who do). It's not entirely what could be considered a clean book, but the scenes blend with the action and don't derail the story line. Like the last book, it ends with a cliff hanger, but I like it that Ms. Johansen's book end on an up note for the characters rather than dangling Eve over a volcano with her fingers, clenched on the rim, being nibbled by rats and then fading to black. Now, I just have to wait until the third book, then I can be happy.
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I have been reading Iris Johansen for many years. Her last trilogy was great. This time, not so. Hunting Eve was rambling, no interest, nothing kind if book. Very disappointed!
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I don't usually write reviews but I feel this one deserved a word or two. I gave this only three stars because in my opinion this series is by far the worse iris johansen embarked on. Although it started out very well it very quickly went from intense to ridiculous and farfetched I mean come on I know novels and fiction are just that but where did this mishmash come from? the land of oz? I won't spoil it for new readers except to say don't waste your time or money. Her earlier works are much better. I see this happening alot to great authors who start out with gusto and well planned story lines then once they get you hooked and their ego gets the best of them start writing just words to pump out books quickly for the money and to hell with the profession they should take pride in. Johansen needs to come back down to earth, she owes her fans that much!!
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