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Huntress Moon A Thriller Award nominee for Best eBook Original Novel Book in award winning author Alexandra Sokoloff s riveting new Huntress FBI series about a driven FBI agent on the hunt for that most rare of a

  • Title: Huntress Moon
  • Author: Alexandra Sokoloff
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 436
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A Thriller Award nominee for Best eBook Original Novel Book 1 in award winning author Alexandra Sokoloff s riveting new Huntress FBI series about a driven FBI agent on the hunt for that most rare of all killers a female serial FBI Special Agent Matthew Roarke is closing in on a bust of a major criminal organization in San Francisco when he witnesses an undercover membA Thriller Award nominee for Best eBook Original Novel Book 1 in award winning author Alexandra Sokoloff s riveting new Huntress FBI series about a driven FBI agent on the hunt for that most rare of all killers a female serial FBI Special Agent Matthew Roarke is closing in on a bust of a major criminal organization in San Francisco when he witnesses an undercover member of his team killed right in front of him on a busy street, an accident Roarke can t believe is coincidental His suspicions put him on the trail of a mysterious young woman who appears to have been present at each scene of a years long string of accidents and murders, and who may well be that most rare of killers a female serial.Roarke s hunt for her takes him across three stateswhile in a small coastal town, a young father and his five year old son, both wounded from a recent divorce, encounter a lost and compelling young woman on the beach and strike up an unlikely friendship without realizing how deadly she may be.As Roarke uncovers the shocking truth of her background, he realizes she is on a mission of her own, and must race to capture her before blood is shed.This is a new release of a previously published edition.

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    1. Mary Beth on said:

      4.5 Stars!F.B.I Agent Matthew Roarke is closing in on a bust of a major criminal organization in San Francisco when he witnesses an undercover member of his team killed right in front in him on a busy street. There is a mysterious woman dressed in black who appears to be present at each scene of a decade long string of accidents and murders. As Roarke uncovers the shocking truth of her background he realizes she is on a mission of her own and must race to capture before more blood is shed. The w [...]

    2. Shelby *trains flying monkeys* on said:

      FBI special agent Matthew Roake used to be a member of the Behavioral Analysis Unit in the FBI.Sorryhad to fangirl there for a minute.He had dreamed of working for the FBI since the age of nine and ended up leaving the BAU because he saw what made the monsters. He is in the middle of a case and sees one of his agents taken down by a random woman. At first he thinks she may be a "hired hit person" but then after digging deeper he realizes he is chasing a female serial killer.The research this aut [...]

    3. Christine on said:

      I’m mining gold these days. I am working through my personal to-read list, picking off books that have been calling my name for several years. This week I picked Huntress Moon, the first novel of an FBI series. I actually own kindle versions of this entire 5-book series, all obtained at ridiculously cheap sale prices over the last five years so I was hoping I would love book #1. And love it I did.The characters are the real strength of this novel. The protagonist is Matthew Roarke, Assistant S [...]

    4. Maxine (Booklover Catlady) on said:

      A stunning novel in every aspect. Blew my socks off. Rocked my boat. Chilled my thrills and whizzled my wozzle (last bit made up.) Awesome!Silly old me. I am an avid fan of crime thrillers, especially those with a serial killer involved but somehow I basically just took TOO long to read any book from the brilliant author Alexandra Sokoloff. More fool me, I now have a lot of catching up to do in order to read everything she has ever written including her horror stuff which I also adore.You know w [...]

    5. S.M. West on said:

      4.5 BLUE MOON STARSDo you believe in evil? Evil as a thing? It's own entity? A feeling, trauma, noise or breath that brings darkness, pain and monsters? I've always been fascinated by the light and dark of all humans. That within us all shines the glory of goodness and lurks the darkest depths of hell.That's why I like shows like Criminal Minds, Dexter and The Walking Dead (it's so not about the zombies) and have always been drawn to the FBI profiler. If any of this interests you, you will reall [...]

    6. Wendy'sThoughts on said:

      5 The Mysteries of Life All Around Us Stars * * * * *Spoiler Free and On Sale for $1.99 USI have often thought about instincts those feelings we have just before we get a phone call that relays bad news or when you are out and you just know you are missing something and when you return home there are issues to handle which could have been handled better if you had just stayed home in the first place. These feelings or sensesI know we all have had them and a huge part of this book is the thought [...]

    7. Lisa on said:

      AM I OFF THE BIGGEST ROLLERCOASTER RIDE YET?? IF NOT I AM COMING OFF SLOWLY!!FBI agent Matthew Roarke is closing in on a criminal organisation in San Francisco when he sees an undercover member of his team killed in cold blood there is a mysterious woman dressed in black who appears at every murder spanning 10 years, as Roarke uncovers the truth of who she is he discovers she is on a mission to kill & he must stop her at all costs.With the help of his right hand man Damian Epps they piece a [...]

    8. Phrynne on said:

      This was a very enjoyable read with an interesting twist in that the serial killer is a woman. Apparently this is unusual in real life as well as in books! I could have wished the author had given her main character a name other than Rourke which is a name I already have firmly attached in my mind to another series altogether. However once I got over that I enjoyed this book very much and will certainly read the sequel.

    9. Emma on said:

      Despite a few quibbles about the pulpy writing style, I was gripped by this novel, and the rest of the series. The premise is different from the typical FBI thriller and the author makes a conscious decision to highlight the supernatural theme. In this world, Evil is real, sentient and actively working to affect people. It pervades the atmosphere of the novel, the idea of any humanity in those who harm is absent. A female vigilante killer stalks the U.S battling this evil by dispatching those wh [...]

    10. Jonetta on said:

      FBI Special Agent Matt Roarke has one of his agents undercover, closing in on a major criminal organization, when he witnesses that agent being killed before his eyes on a busy street in San Francisco. He questions whether it is accidental, especially after having seen a mysterious woman at the scene. After further investigation, he finds other supposed accidents and murders that included this woman being on scene. Roarke finds himself on a multi-state journey to track this woman and figure out [...]

    11. Sue on said:

      HUNTRESS MOON is Book 1 in the award-winning author Alexandra Sokoloff’s enthralling new Huntress FBI series about a driven FBI agent on the hunt for that most rare of all killers: a female serial killer. All I can say is WOW…what a brilliant writer and what took me so long to get into this series! The novels in this FBI thriller series include:Huntress Moon (Book 1) Published 2012Blood Moon (Book2) Published 2013Cold Moon. (Book3) Published 2015Bitter Moon (Book4) Published 2016Hunger Moon. [...]

    12. Carole (Carole's Random Life in Books) on said:

      This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life.4 Stars!What a page turner this book turned out to be! Anyone who has followed my reviews has probably noticed that I have a very eclectic taste when it comes to what I read. I find that by mixing things up I am able to fully appreciate each genre. I was in the mood for a serious mystery and a couple of my friends really enjoyed this one so I decided to give it a chance. I am so glad that I took a chance on this novel.This mystery relied heav [...]

    13. Rosa, really on said:

      This is an entertaining thriller but I can't bring myself to give it more than 3 stars.It's the overly descriptive language. Sentences like "working peopleenergized by the cool ocean air off the gleaming, tireless Pacific" and "the dreamy, beaming people in the parks" followed by "but here, as everywhere, is the darkness"--shit like that makes me mental. FUCKING STOP TALKING AND JUST TELL YOUR STORY.Even worse, a few chapters later the author describes Roarke, our FBI agent hero, like so:Roarke [...]

    14. Janet on said:

      Huntress Moon came to me on the back of some recommendations from trusted sources and after reading, I'm glad I went for it! It's one of those books that takes you completely by surprise, sucks you right in and spits you out when it's finished and insists on saying 'on with the next!'Matthew Roarke, main protagonist, is working for the FBI in the Major Organisation Crime unit. Whilst working he witnesses one of this team being killed in an accident . or was it?? What follows sets Roarke off on a [...]

    15. Kameko Murakami on said:

      I write terrible book reviews. I don't know what it is--perhaps I'm missing the critic's gene in my DNA, maybe I just can't pull the right combination of words out of my hurricane brain to be able to get the groove down properly.But listen:Huntress Moon is the best book I have read in a long, long time. From the first page to the last, I couldn't stop reading, and that, my friends, is something very rare. I lived in those characters and in those words, lived in them and never wanted to come out, [...]

    16. ✨Susan✨ on said:

      A detective with the FBI is investigating a case when he witnesses the death of an undercover agent. Something about a woman he sees as the scene bothers him. His new hunch pulls him back to his prior job with the FBI as a Behavioral Analyst. When he starts looking into other unsolved murders he finds that witnesses have reported in many cases seeing a beautiful woman wearing a short sleeve turtleneck. This sets him on a path looking into murders of horrible lowlifes that were all killed on the [...]

    17. Wanda on said:

      Actual rating: 4.5 starsSanta Muerte, that was good!This book is a perfect example for me of the role of timing in whether I enjoy a book or not. I tried to read Huntress Moon earlier in the month, but I went into it with an “urban fantasy” mindset, expecting something a bit on the lightish side, something with a bit of humour. If that is what you want, this is not the droid you are looking for. There are a few fantastical elements, but I wouldn’t characterize it as urban fantasy at all.Th [...]

    18. Meigan on said:

      DNF. Within the first 50 pages we have racially insensitive "jokes", fat-shaming, men who "dress too nicely to be straight", attempts (and subsequent botches) at writing foreign accents, and assumptions based on religion. Bear in mind, I'm not a sensitive reader by any means, but when you have so many offensive things within such a short amount of pages, I can predict things aren't going to get any better. I'll leave you with this "gem" - a white supervisor speaking to his black coworker:Epps (b [...]

    19. Carol -Reading Writing and Riesling on said:

      TEN STARS ! WOW!My View:Before I begin my review her is a little bit of background on the award winning author Alexandra Sokoloff (information I paid scant attention to before I started reading…which as it turned out was fortuitous as it didn’t affect my reaction to the book, I started reading with no real expectations except that this would most probably be a great read – and I was not disappointed) and it allowed me to have several uninhibited email discussions with the author on an equa [...]

    20. Liz Barnsley on said:

      So Huntress Moon has gone straight into the running to be in my top 10 of the year – a completely involving and utterly brilliant crime novel that takes the “Serial Killer Thriller” and redefines it – a heart stopping and emotional reading ride that will keep you up into the early hours.The main hook into this story is the two main characters who are superbly well drawn and utterly engaging. Matthew Roarke is an FBI agent who has left the world of profiling behind. Now working on Major C [...]

    21. *Avonna on said:

      This book is so well written, paced and engaging that I would recommend it to everyone who wants an excellent mystery/thriller to read.The main character is an FBI agent, Matthew Roarke, who is chasing a woman he saw standing by his undercover agent just before he was killed. As the book continues on, you begin to learn more about the unidentified woman and she is fascinating, deadly and complex.Want more!!!

    22. Claire on said:

      Recap: FBI Agent Matt Rourke witnesses his undercover agents murder by a enigmatic woman and begins the hunt to find her but, is she a killer or a vigilante?Review: A gripping, page turner of a thriller. Yes, Roarke is a stereotypical FBI Agent but his background intermingles with the killers own in an interesting twist. She herself is driven, dangerous and yet you are rooting for her to remain free at the end of the book. Without giving too much away, parts of this book are horrifying and you f [...]

    23. Theresa (TBC) (TT&B) on said:

      Loved this! A female serial killer! That was it lost in itThe FBI agent Roarke was likeable, he was human and understandable in his goal. I loved Epps his partner, he's a great character.Atmospheric, chilling read, definitely reading more.To add I've listened to the audiobook as well, great narrator and story tempo is spookily addictive!

    24. Sherry Fundin on said:

      I am salivating at the thought of diving into Huntress Moon, a thriller with a female serial killer. I love to read about serial killers, but a female one is very rare. I am ready to be wowed.FBI Special Agent Matthew Roarke’s spidey senses were tingling. Is it intuition, a cop’s experience honed to pick up subtle vibes, or something more?He was meeting an undercover agent when he saw her. She stood out…reeked of danger…and as the pieces come together, he is hot on her trail.Roarke could [...]

    25. Craig Sisterson on said:

      A few weeks ago, the fifth instalment in screenwriter-turned novelist Alexandra Sokoloff's ripsnorting 'Huntress/FBI' series, Hunger Moon, was released. If you're new to the adventures of vigilante killer Cara Lindstrom and FBI Special Agent Matthew Roarke, then lucky you: you've got lots to look forward to! When I first tried one of these books, I ended up buying and devouring three titles back-to-back-to-back in one weekend.Compelling is a reviewer cliche; here it's an understatement.Sokoloff [...]

    26. Debbie on said:

      I so wanted to put this book down and go to sleep being as I hadn't had much the past two nights. BUT I COULD NOT DO IT! What can I say, I'm a sucker for a good book and once one grabs me like this one, I want to stay with it as long as I can. I have to know the ending or I know I won't sleep. I am so fighting the urge to read the second installment on my Kindle right now. But, I NEED to sleep. I gotta say this book was unlike any I have ever read. I found myself rooting for the serial killer. I [...]

    27. Patricia on said:

      I'd recommend this to anyone who enjoys a well written and intelligent crime novel.5 stars from med I can't wait for the next installment!I liked that the author obviously did her research about serial killers and wrote not only a gripping book that kept me listening long into the night, but also a book that was accurately reflects this crime genre. All of the main characters were well developed and complex and I happy the author didn't make the killer all bad, instead I found myself conflicted, [...]

    28. March Shoggoth Madness The Haunted Reading Room on said:

      Review: HUNTRESS MOON by Alexandra Sokoloff(HUNTRESS/FBI THRILLERS #1)Just the kind of mystery I rejoice to find! A mystery with a perfect reader's hook, plus plotting so good that even if it were just superficial, it would still be fascinating! But the author is not content to stop there: we get to unravel layers upon untold layers, more like delving inside a mollusc than an onion. Tons of subordinate characters who each and every one are outliers [outside the statistical norm]. An antagonist w [...]

    29. Angela DeSilva on said:

      Oh my, wow! One of the Best crime thrillers of the year so far! A serial killer book unlike any other I've ever read, one where I feel for the killer, surprising as that may sound. It did end on a cliffhanger, which I usually hate, but in this case it was so exciting I had to go immediately to the next book in the series. Thankfully, I found it on Kindle unlimited, I started it right away a few minutes ago! That's how good this series is! Full review to come after finishing book two. I am offici [...]

    30. Monica Mac on said:

      This author and this series of books had been spoken about in my Book Club for quite some time, so I was overdue to take the plunge and read the first one. I am so glad I did :)I was completely blown away by this book and I can't wait to get stuck into the next one!FBI Agent Roarke and his partner Epps make a fantastic team; both of them bring strengths to the job and they complement each other beautifully. I like that Roarke especially isn't afraid to show his all-too-human flaws. They are hunt [...]

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