Time To Hunt

Time To Hunt

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, mystery-thriller, Thriller

NOTE: This book is part two of a two part mission. The first half of this mission can be found in part one, Balance of Power.
Working in deep cover, Noah and the team are fully aware of the danger that surrounds them as they prepare for the most comprehensive mass elimination in E&E's history, but things may not be exactly as they seem. At the same time, Noah must deal with Monique, the seemingly untouchable mole that has tentacles in every government agency, but it's while dealing with her threats that he realizes there's something amiss.

Who stands to benefit most if the Morgan Mafia is eliminated? Even more importantly, whose hands will he be playing into if the mission is carried out?

With his confidence shaken all the way to the top of E&E, Noah decides his only option is the one he always takes: to do what he thinks is right, and damn the consequences!

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    Time To Hunt Reviews

  • LooseBoots

    The awaited 2nd part of this 2 part story was well worth the wait. I finished reading the book at 1 in the morning. All the Noah books are brilliantly written. Just as in one of the James Bond films, ...

  • Elizabeth Wilson Higgins

    Another great readDavid Archer has done it again. An entertaining tale which brings us along at a fast pace. Once started on this double adventure with Noah Wolf and the Camelot team the reader gets i...

  • Tony

    Really enjoyed both books, part one and part two. Need to get something to eat. I do like that you put the question of God in your stories. Noah is a man with no emotions, but he still has a caring he...

  • IMHO

    David Archer continues to entertain with the new addition to the Noah Wolf series."Time To Hunt" completes the mission that starts in "Balance of Power".If you have not been following the career of No...

  • Tami

    Another home runThe story line continues to amaze me. Your realistic and imaginative use of cutting edge technology makes me want to apply to work at E&E. Reminds me of DARPA on steriods. However the ...

  • Nick Daniels

    OkayAs a continuation from the prior book it's obvious that the author took one book and simply filled pages with words to make two books. There are stretches of pages that seemed to just be fillers t...

  • Catharine E. Armstrong

    Another high speed Noah Wolf action bookI love the Noah Wolf series. This one seemed to drag in the middle but it was a book you will want to read. If you haven't read a Noah Wolf book before, you sho...

  • Michael

    Noah Wolf Strikes AgainAnother good adventure novel by David Archer...in the Noah Wolf series. As expected, the story holds the reader's interest between the high tech gadgets, the non-stop action and...

  • Bob Ely

    This was a continuation of the previous book. Noah and his team are after a gang in Arkansas and at the same time are trying to find out who a mole is that is causing problems for their agency. Noah m...

  • Bill Barnes

    Very good fast read Fast moving and enough twists to keep you guessing. Parts were a tad out there even for a fictional book. Part James Bond, part Transporter. Editing excellent. I am probably in the...