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Hunter's Moon

by Randy Wayne White

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Doc Ford, a former black-ops specialist, is a rain biologist on Florida's Sanibel Island. Yet he still seems to always find himself in the middle of a crime scheme. When Doc ends up saving the life of a controversial ex-president, he finds out that the United States is planning a dangerous attack on an oil-rich Central American nation. Doc and the ex-president have only seven days to stop the shady operation from going down. To do that, however, they'll need to track down the reclusive former dictator of that nation as well as the president's former lover. ( )
  jepeters333 | Dec 29, 2013 |
This is my first book by Mr White. It won't be my last! Doc Ford is a good character and I can't wait to read more of his adventures. ( )
  EctopicBrain | Jul 31, 2012 |
Not the best: I really really enjoy "doc ford" and all the other characters that make up Dinkins Bay etc,but for some reason, i just didn't see the rhyme or reason for an old adversary to once againshow up and in such a different plot. I enjoy "doc ford"s, introspection ,which was mostly missing in this book and Tomlinson was himself but not really. Am I making sense? I certainly have great admiration for Mr White, and maybe this was more of a "guy book" but i felt i was left hanging,looking forward to the next one though!!!
  lonepalm | Dec 8, 2011 |
A former President enlists Doc Ford and, believe it or not - Tomlinson to find and exact revenge on the man who killed his wife. The story moves fast and has some nice passages of flying and scenes in Central America. The research provides some good material. Ultimately though, the book is for some reason less satisfying than previous Doc Ford novels. ( )
  Hagelstein | Jan 20, 2010 |
Not as good as usual ( )
  msmith17 | Jan 2, 2009 |
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Doc Ford saves a former President of the United States from assassination-and regrets it. Months ago, Kal Wilson's wife was killed in a plane crash. President Wilson is sure it was no accident-and he wants revenge. He needs Doc Ford to spring him loose from the watchful eye of the Secret Service, keep him alive, then get him home. Ford has just been picked for presidential duty- whether he likes it or not.

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Saving a controversial former U.S. president from an assassination attempt, Doc Ford learns that the government is planning a secret strike on an oil-rich Central American nation that the former president, aided by a pair of questionable adversaries, is attempting to prevent.… (more)

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