A thrilling ebook exclusive short story from Sunday Timesbestselling author Chris Carter. Meet Robert Hunter, the youngest Homicide Detective the Los Angeles Police has ever recruited, on his first day. As a rookie, he is given a simple suicide investigation to cut his teeth on. But when he... show more
A thrilling ebook exclusive short story from Sunday Timesbestselling author Chris Carter.
Meet Robert Hunter, the youngest Homicide Detective the Los Angeles Police has ever recruited, on his first day. As a rookie, he is given a simple suicide investigation to cut his teeth on. But when he arrives at the scene, he swiftly begins to suspect that something is not quite right.
Despite the fact that the door was locked from the inside, and there is no other way out of the apartment, Hunter has a hunch that the victim did not commit suicide. But with a new Captain to impress and the evidence stacked against him, Hunter has a lot to prove if he is to solve the case and keep his place on the team.
Publish date: 2013-01-17
Publisher: Simon & Schuster UK
Pages no: 75
Edition language: English
Series: Robert Hunter (#0.5)
I was going with a 4 stars-rating initially, but the book ends at 57% and the rest is a sneak preview for The Crucifix Killer. And since this isn't a freebie, I'm taking half a star off for that. ~ 3.5 stars ~
Nice little novella about the Hunter's first case. The one that started it all.It's not an important story, and it can easily be , but if you're like me and you like 'Robert Hunter, the character,' then this one is a must. It shows the way of his thought process, and helps you understand where he's ...
Well this was the shortest short story I have ever read. It was more of a teaser for Chris Carter's other books and a short introduction to the character of Robert Hunter from said books. The advent of Kindle brought with it an influx of these sorts of books, usually free or up to 99p the short stor...
Chris Carter's "Robert Hunter" series fills my needs for good police procedural/crime/serial killer stories. So it's nice to know that there's a short story while waiting for book #5 to be released in August.Unfortunately, it's not as satisfying as I thought it would be...I know it is only a short s...