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Warren Steelgrave didn’t know how he had landed himself in his current plight, but he knew he had to get out of it. It all had started with a rumor about his friend Jack Sullivan - a nonfiction writer - having information about Chinese crime organizations in the US and their elite allies in the government. Before Jack knew it, he had been shot and was hospitalized in New York. Who wanted Jack dead? Being Jack’s friend, Warren knew he wasn’t any safer. After a tip from Jack, Warren finds the information that Jack was hiding, which led to Jack being shot. Partnering with his old friends in the FBI and the Italian Carabinieri, Warren treads a dangerous path to uncover a dangerous crime syndicate that threatens his life. Get yourself Gary Smith’s To Hunt Men, the sixth installment in the Warren Steelgrave series, to learn more.
Gary Smith had me hooked on his compelling read, flipping through page after page. If you are looking for action-packed crime thriller novels, you will love To Hunt Men. There is blackmail, espionage, running, hiding, secrets, and murder. Smith hatches an intriguing plot, featuring remarkable plot twists and an exciting cast. He unfolds the storyline by giving impressively vivid depictions of the scenes. He accompanies the narration with dramatic images that capture the mood and setting. This made the reading experience colorful and fun. Smith kept me on edge with suspense, adventure, and thrills. He developed the characters skillfully as he describes their qualities and emotions, making it easy to connect with them. Cindy and Warren make a good team. They are both intelligent and intuitive, moving with great stealth.