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Huntress Moon (The Huntress/FBI Thrillers Book 1) by [Sokoloff, Alexandra]
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About the Author

Alexandra Sokoloff is the Thriller Award-winning and Bram Stoker, Anthony, and Black Quill Award-nominated author of the supernatural thrillers The Harrowing, The Price, The Unseen, Book of Shadows, The Shifters, and The Space Between, and the Thriller Award-nominated, Amazon bestselling Huntress FBI thriller series (Huntress Moon, Blood Moon). The New York Times Book Review has called her a "daughter of Mary Shelley," and her books "Some of the most original and freshly unnerving work in the genre."

As a screenwriter she has sold original horror and thriller scripts and adapted novels for numerous Hollywood studios. She has also written two non-fiction workbooks: Screenwriting Tricks for Authors and Writing Love, based on her internationally acclaimed workshops and blog (ScreenwritingTricks.com), and has served on the Board of Directors of the WGA, west (the screenwriters union) and the board of the Mystery Writers of America.

Alex is a California native and a graduate of U.C. Berkeley, where she majored in theater and minored in everything Berkeley has a reputation for. In her spare time (!) she performs with Heather Graham's all-author Slush Pile Players, and dances like a fiend. She is also very active on Facebook. But not an addict. Seriously, it's under control.

Learn more at alexandrasokoloff.com

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3363 KB
  • Print Length: 369 pages
  • Publisher: Thomas & Mercer (27 Jan. 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00NKTTDH4
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 250 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,324 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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There are so many stories out there about vigilantes and FBI - and then there's this amazing, gripping, chilling yarn which knocks the rest into a cocked hat! The Huntress lives in the present tense, and we have to tease out every hint to find out about her. Then there's our FBI ASAC, Roarke (no, not JD Robb's Irishman - and how brave of this author to use the name and risk the wrath of millions of women who probably believe it belongs exclusive to that one), a man who's only desire since childhood had been to join the FBI, and whose every experience has been leading him to this investigation.

All the characters who appear in the book are extremely well-drawn and believable. The clever plot held me enthralled from the first couple of chapters, and I genuinely didn't want to put the book down until the end - and even then I couldn't believe the story was over, and wanted more. There's doubt, and worry, and distraction, there's concern about who is good and who is bad, and is it possible to do bad things but still be on the side of Right. There's an amazing father and son, fighting their own battles, and a breath-taking description of butterflies, and blood and gore, and nasty perversions and brutality and doublecross - and I can only say 'Buy it; I don't see how you can regret it'.

I'm off to buy the second in the series, and have my fingers crossed that the author can maintain the exceptionally high standards of this book.
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This is an excellent thriller, which keeps you on edge, just leaves you wondering at the end what happens from here. A preview of the authors next book "Book of Shadows" seem very good a must for readers of thrillers.
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Matthew Roarke, a special agent with the FBI, is in the midst of an investigation and while on his way to meet one of his undercover agents he notices a mysterious young woman on the opposite side of the road immediately before his agent is hit by an oncoming large semi truck. Roarke doesn’t believe in coincidences, especially since the woman has disappeared. He strongly suspects there’s more to this than meets the eye.

Since he was a boy, watching the news reports of a horrific massacre, Matt Roarke had his heart set on a career as an FBI agent. He and his right hand man, Damien Epps, begin to delve into the sequence of events that lead to the agent’s death, beginning with witness statements, one of which saw the mysterious woman speak to the agent seconds before he was hit by the truck.

Roarke needs to find the woman and as his investigation gains momentum more gruesome murders are uncovered. Now Roarke and his team need to make the connection between the victims and as the pieces begin to fall into places the horrifying details of the Huntress’ background start to emerge.

The story alternates between Roarke’s perspective and the Huntress’ compelling point of view. Even though the murders are fairly grisly, once her heartbreaking story is fully revealed it would be hard not to feel some sympathy for her and, at the same time, horror at her actions. The storyline is devised wonderfully and the tension builds steadily with a thread of the psychological. And as events unfold good and evil are uncovered, connections are made and Roarke is totally conflicted.

Alexandra Sokoloff has crafted, not only an outstanding story, but also a cast of skilfully multi layered and believable characters. The locations in the story are vividly described to give a real sense of place. Combined with an excellent performance from RC Bray this is a fantastic listening experience. Definitely a series to follow.
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Huntress Moon starts with a bang. You are immediately drawn into the action as an undercover agent is killed, but not before you have a feel for the protagonist FBI Special Agent Matthew Roarke. This shows how Sokoloff has a good balance of character and action/plot.

The novel flips between the point of view of the killer and the point of view of Roarke, giving you great perspective on both, because the killer isn’t just treated as a cold-blooded killer – though there are scenes that may turn your stomach just a little – she is treated as a whole person and as a whole person, she is multi-faceted, not just one-dimensional which can so easily happen to bad guys in novels. The kinder scenes you see her in are done with such a light touch they are wonderful to read. And I love Roarke. He’s driven but because he has a background in the BAU he tries to understand the killer he’s chasing and this makes it more interesting a read from his perspective as well. So all in all, it really is a well drawn and well-rounded novel as far as the characters go. I adored how it was done.

The tension of the novel is wound up to just the right level as you are always wondering if this is the point at which the two main characters will meet and what will that go down like. It’s a wonderful game of cat and mouse as the novel creeps to its conclusion and I couldn’t turn the pages fast enough.

I loved this novel and will definitely be reading the next in the series from Alexandra Sokoloff.
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When I started reading this book I must admit I found it very slow going and wondered whether I had chosen wisely when I purchased it. However, gradually as the story began to unfold and I got more and more involved with the characters I started to realise that it was really gripping me and I found it harder and harder to put down.

The ending was exciting and climatic which kept me reading well into the night and I was very sorry to reach the end of the book. However, it hasn't really ended and more will be revealed in the next instalment, which I immediately went and purchased along with the third book in the series and I look forward to finding out what happens next.

I have never read any of this authors books before and I understand it is a slight change from her normal style. I highly recommend this series as I thoroughly enjoyed this book and am sure that the next two will live up to my expectations.
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