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The Hunt

Narrated by: Kirt Graves, Tor Thom
Length: 5 hrs and 23 mins
Categories: Fiction, Gay & Lesbian
4 out of 5 stars (4 ratings)

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Summary

Disgraced detective turned private investigator, Ray Clancy, left the force with a case unsolved. Finding the killer was no longer his problem, but it still haunted him. How long would he survive the frustration of not knowing before he gave into the compulsion of his nature to solve the crime?

Server Andrew Shay existed where he didn't feel he belonged, living behind the guise of a costume. Yet it paid the bills, and he refused to complain about the little things in life. One night he returned home from work to find his roommate dead and the killer still there. Afraid and alone, his life spiraled, and he didn't know what to do. Could a detective at his core and a scared young man join forces to bring down the killer in their midst?

Contains mature themes.

©2018 J.M. Dabney and Davidson King (P)2019 Tantor

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A good collaboration from Dabney and King

The Hunt is co-authored by J.M Dabney and Davidson King and is a story about a serial killer targeting young men. When Andy stumbles into the killers path but escapes, he turns to ex cop, now private eye Ray, to protect him and help find the killer.
All in all this was a good thriller and hopefully the beginning of a new series of books with these two authors as there is plenty of scope within the characters to explore.
The narration was good, Kirt Graves who narrated Andy was excellent as always. However it is only the second time I have heard Tor Thom, I love his deep sexy voice but at times he sounds so laid back when narrating he sounds bored.
I would like to be able to review dual narrators individually i.e. Give one 4 stars and one 5 stars. It seems a shame that when rating the narrating one narrator has to suffer because of another.

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  • Kelly McGee
  • 21-05-19

Five stars times three

As if Davidson King and JM Dabney are not hot enough on their own, the combined work of these two is amazing. Beautiful and complex, the story of Andy and Ray has enough turns to be a merry go round. And yet! It keeps you on the edge of your seat as the characters struggle towards the truth about the murders. Even though I've read the kindle version many times, adding the audio makes this favorite even more fantastic.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 19-05-19

Wonderful story & Awesome narration!

The Story was great & both narrators were awesome! I can't wait to listen to another....

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  • Aerielle
  • 07-05-19

What a story

I loved how dark and gritty this story was. Through all this there was a shining light that was Ray and Andy’s budding relationship. This book had me on my toes the whole time trying to figure out who was who.
I enjoyed the dual narration of Kirt Graves and Tor Thom.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 06-05-19

it was a good story

it was a good story but maybe a little more action and shooting or more killing

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  • F. Moon
  • 18-11-19

A Serial Killer in the Neighborhood

The Hunt is a crime/police drama/murder mystery with MM romance. The team of dual narrators kept the tension high, and the story moving forward, never lagging.

I love Davidson King's Haven Hart series, and was eager to try this story. It is every bit as well done, but The Hunt is shown from a law enforcement perspective instead of through a mafia family's eyes.

Young gay men have been targeted by a killer who tortures and mutilates his victims. It appears that the police are uncaring about the number of men who have died. One detective stands out, and the killer finds a way to keep him from pursuing active leads.

The story was engaging from the very first page. J. M. Dabney and Davidson King work very well together. Enjoy the mystery.

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  • shacary
  • 30-05-19

Not much of a story

ok let me say the narrator's sold this book to me . I adore Kurt graves and forth on was good as well... What i seriously disliked is the auto love ( I'm not talking about desperation sex for comfort or lonliness). This felt like a mystery only faintly sparsed thru the story, as an excuse for sex .
Look i enjoy sex scenes too, but without a contextual ,rational getting to know one another , it just fe!! Flat for me.
Can I just say, where's the meat? Give me great personal interaction before it's an hour of sex with 3 mins of " story development. There's better stories , Adrian English series for instance . Disappointed in the ratings .

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  • SassiKassi
  • 01-10-19

Good story

Kirt Graves was as good as he always is. This was my first time hearing Tor Thom though and I was unimpressed. He did a decent job keeping voices distinct, but the narrative and thoughts of the characters was really monotonous. That being said, I enjoyed the story.

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