Published May 1, 1994
by Crimeline .
Written in English
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|Format||Mass Market Paperback|
The Hunt Club starts in the 1st person (Wyatt Hunt), after which Lescroart switches, for the rest of the book, to an omniscient narrator point of view. I did not find the beginning effective. In fact, the first 52 pages, which was all background from an earlier time period, /5(). 1st Wyatt Hunt novel The Hunt Club introduces one of the most compelling new characters in modern fiction Wyatt Hunt. When the rules of the hunt don’t apply A federal judge is murdered, found shot to death in his home—together with the body of his mistress. When hunting wild game, you're often restricted to the number of animals you can "take". When a game warden is hunting "poachers", there is no limit to the number of them which one can catch! And so, the creation of the sub-title, "Huntin' Poachers - No Limits". In Sgt. Tony Petreikis' 26 years of being an Illinois Game Warden, he constantly challenged himself to find another "Bad Guy". The Hunt Club by Bret Lott is a beautifully-written novel that follows a young boy’s journey into adulthood. Bret Lott has successfully combined both a very thrilling and exciting plotline with deep questions and issues that the protagonist, Huger Dillard, learns of throughout his journey/5.
A shivery, atmospheric, page-turning novel of psychological suspense in the tradition of Agatha Christie, in which a group of old college friends are snowed in at a hunting lodge and murder and mayhem ensue. Everyone's invited everyone's a suspect. All of them are friends. One of them is a killer. The first edition book, published by a life-long Arkansas waterfowler, chronicles the evolution of the region's duck hunting and its rich history. A must read for anyone that enjoys the sport of duck hunting and the traditions of years past. Foxhunting, the chase of a fox by horsemen with a pack of hounds. In England, the home of the sport, foxhunting dates from at least the 15th century. In its inception, it was probably an adjunct to stag and hare hunting, with the same hounds used to chase each quarry. Modern foxhunting took shape. From Bret Lott, the critically acclaimed author the Los Angeles Times called "one of the most im-portant and imaginative writers in America today," The Hunt Club is a novel of deft pacing and remark-able detail, and a sultry evocation of a land and culture that has existed for generations but soon may be lost forever/5(9).
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