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📒Handbook For The Huntress ✍ Caroline Hurry
✏Handbook for the Huntress Book Summary : The noble art of bagging and keeping a man (or booting him out!) is as simple as ABC.
📒The Huntress ✍ Lisa Childs
✏The Huntress Book Summary : Huntress Eve Williams had a personal--and painful--reason to want Andre Vossimer dead. The professor was devastatingly handsome, dangerously charismatic...and a member of the Secret Vampire Society. He was also the man who killed her sister. But when Andre unexpectedly kissed Eve, her need for revenge was replaced by desire...and the hope that Andre might not be a killer after all. Their passion was too strong to resist--even if being together put Eve in danger of being hunted by the very vampires she was trained to slay...
📒The Huntress ✍ Kate Quinn
✏The Huntress Book Summary : ‘If you enjoyed The Tattooist of Auschwitz, read The Huntress by Kate Quinn’ The Washington Post ‘Fascinating, brilliantly written, enthralling – just phenomenal’ Jill Mansell *From the bestselling author of The Alice Network*
📒The Huntress ✍ Christopher Keane
✏The Huntress Book Summary : When famed bounty hunter Ralph "Papa" Thorson is killed by a car bomb, his widow and daughter take over the family business, tracking down wanted felons. Initially they meet with strong resistance among the mostly male denizens of the bail-bond circuit, until they prove themselves more than capable of capturing even the most dangerous of bail-jumpers. A gritty look at the underbelly of the justice system, as well as the true story of two extraordinary women who have prevailed in a world of men, and who have fought their way to the top of their profession. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
📒The Huntress ✍ Pixie Birkitt
✏The Huntress Book Summary : "At birth we are taken away from our parents, and from the moment we can walk, we are trained to fight and kill. Our DNA is altered, and this is one of the many things we have to survive. From a young age, we are told our fate. We will either become the twelve chosen to kill your people in the games or we are terminated. This is our fate, and there is no way to stop it."
📒Kristyn The Huntress ✍ Patrick Weaver
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📒The Huntress ✍ Alice Arlen
✏The Huntress Book Summary : From National Book Award–winner Michael J. Arlen and screenwriter Alice Arlen, here is the fascinating, adventurous life of Alicia Patterson, who became, at age thirty-four, one of the youngest and most successful newspaper publishers in America when she founded Newsday. With The Huntress, the Arlens give us a revealing picture of the lifestyle and traditions of the Patterson-Medill publishingdynasty—one of the country’s most powerful and influential newspaper families—but also Alicia’s rebellious early years and her dominating father, Joseph Patterson. Founder and editor of the New York Daily News, Patterson was a complicated and glamorous figure who in his youth had reported on Pancho Villa in Mexico and had outraged his conservative Chicago family by briefly espousing socialism. Not once but twice, first at age twenty, Alicia agreed to marry men her father chose, despite having her own more interesting suitors. He encouraged her to do the difficult training required for an aviation transport license; in 1934 she became only the tenth woman in America to receive one. Patterson brought her along to London to meet with Lord Beaverbrook, to Rome to meet Mussolini, and to Moscow in 1937, at the time of Stalin’s “show trials,” where a young George Kennan took her under his wing. Alicia caught the journalism bug writing for Liberty magazine, an offshoot of the Daily News. A trip to French Indochina highlighted her hunting skills and made the sultan of Johor an ardent admirer; another trip would involve India,the dangerous sport of pigsticking, several maharajas, and a tiger hunt. A third marriage, to Harry Guggenheim, blew hot and cold but it did last; it was with him that she started Newsday in a former car dealership on Long Island. Governor Adlai E. Stevenson, two-time Democratic candidate for president, would be one of her last admirers. With access to family archives of journals and letters, Michael and Alice Arlen have written an astonishing portrait of a maverick newspaperwoman and an intrepid adventurer, told with humor, compassion, and a profound understanding of a time and place. (With black-and-white illustrations throughout) From the Hardcover edition.
📒The Huntress ✍ Crystal Green
✏The Huntress Book Summary : After a band of female vampires steal her boyfriend in Romania, Camille Howard vows to get him back before it's too late. Teaming up with world-renown vampire killer, Elijah Sargent, the two of them take on the creatures of the night in their own lair and win. But have they? Escaping the lair with Camille's boyfriend, Peter Griffin, and another captive male, the two of them soon discover they were too late. Peter is already a vampire and in the middle of the night, he viciously attacks Sargent. But Camille isn't ready to give up on Peter just yet. Just as Sargent is about to kill Peter, she interferes and saves the man she once loved. However, when a murderous rampage occurs in the village after Camille and Peter return, Camille realizes she has made a big mistake. Peter can't be cured and there's only one solution: she's got to hunt him down and slay him. Unfortunately Peter has his own murdering agenda, and Camille is about to find out she's not the hunter,...
📒The Huntress ✍ Susan Carroll
✏The Huntress Book Summary : In a time of intrigue and betrayal, the huntress is on a quest that could jeopardize two empires and two great queens: Catherine de Medici and Elizabeth I. The year is 1585–and prophecy has foretold the coming of a daughter of the Earth whose powers are so extraordinary they could usurp the very rule of the Dark Queen herself, Catherine de Medici. Dispatched from Brittany to London, Catriona O’Hanlon, known as the Huntress, must find this mysterious young girl and shield her from those who will exploit her mystic abilities, which have the potential to change the course of history. Catriona’s skill with weaponry is all she has to protect herself and her young charge from spies who snake through the courts of Elizabeth I, the Virgin Queen–including the girl’s own father, whose loyalties are stretched to the breaking point. But Catriona will soon face menacing forces and sinister plots unlike any she has ever encountered. From Susan Carroll, the celebrated storyteller of historical fiction, The Huntress is an unforgettable portrait of power and passion–and one woman’s courage to risk everything for those she loves. “Susan Carroll writes sparkling dialogue and exquisite prose.” –Teresa Medeiros, author of After Midnight From the Trade Paperback edition.
📒Diana The Huntress ✍ M.C. Beaton
✏Diana the Huntress Book Summary : Diana's passion is a rather strange one for a lady - she loves to hunt while dressed as a man! With her lustrous black hair and enormous dark eyes, Diana is shy of men yet dreams of the freedom they must enjoy. Only when she is invited to Town by the icily blond Lord Mark Dantrey does she begin to realise that being a women does have unexpected advantages. And what of the gypsy, who prophesised a dark stranger, and warned of a fair one? Surprising twists and turns await Diana on the path of true love.