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4.6 out of 5 stars
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on October 5, 2015
This is my second book in the series, and I liked it even more than the previous book. At the end, the term "The Hunters" was explained and applied to the main characters out to end serious crime in Georgia. Fast-moving, it was always hard to put the book down. My only problem with these books is the amount of violence in them. The bad guys seem to want to kill everybody and almost do. Still, a riveting story I definitely recommend.
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on November 10, 2014
Reading a Glenn Trust is like opening a newspaper because of the reality of the story. This one deals with the dark world of human trafficking and sex slaves. The characters are fascinating and the plot keeps the reader entertained and mesmerized. This is a great suspense story told by an amazing story teller. I love the feel of the locations in the book and the authors wonderful writing style.
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on January 12, 2015
Glenn Trust has written the best thriller series I've read in a very long time. His third book outdoes itself and only makes me want to read all of his books.

Anyone interested in good thrillers-- this is the series for you!
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on September 8, 2015
This is my second book by this author and the plot and characterization are consistently good. The relationship between George & Sharon is done very well and although George is the main character, others took the lead throughout the story without causing distraction or confusion.

These are complex mysteries but engaging and thoughtful.
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on September 1, 2015
The only thing I don't like about reading Glenn Trust's novels is the sleep they're depriving me of! Trust captures the earthy, human qualities of his characters the sense of realism of their surroundings - like you can smell, feel and touch them.

Though the ending is solid, Trust lays the foundation for his next book in the Hunters Series with many of these same protaganists.
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on November 13, 2014
Another awesome story by Mr. Trust. I get so engrossed in these books and they end far too soon for me. I am so bonded with the main characters. I encourage you to read them in order. You will not be disappointed.
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TOP 1000 REVIEWERon January 25, 2014
Book 3 of The Hunters series is just as timely as the first 2 books in the series. I love the way Glenn Trust writes suspense thrillers that could be 'ripped from the headlines'. In this book we find our heroes discovering a human trafficking ring drugging and kidnapping American girls to sell as sex slaves around the world. Anyone who keeps up with the news knows this is a serious problem in the United States. I read for enjoyment, but I also read to learn......and this story is an eye-opening tale of evil. There is also a list of websites at the end of the book for information on how we can all help end this travesty. I just cannot say enough about this series.....it is well written and developed and really suspenseful!!
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on August 26, 2014
George Mackey and the team of Hunters are on the trail of white slavers based in the Georgia swamps. Gators and guns ....... What a great combination! Can't wait for #4 in this series!
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on March 22, 2016
There is a feasible plot line and heroes who are entirely human. The bad guys are truely evil in the name of just the cost of doing business. The true statistics of the central enterprise are what is the most appalling.
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on August 14, 2015
I plan to read all his books
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