Summer is a distant memory. Thanksgiving has come and gone. Hunting season is in full swing on the Vineyard. And some of the prey is human. Ex-cop, chef, and dedicated angler J.W. Jackson would do anything for his old 'Nam buddy and fishing companion Joe Begay. But when Joe asks to be smuggled back onto the Vineyard in secret, J.W. knows there's big trouble brewing. After his tour of duty officially ended, Joe was involved in highly sensitive covert government work. Now only Begay and one other former operative on his team -- the seductive and extremely dangerous Kate MacLeod -- are still alive. The three remaining shadow warriors died unexpectedly, quite possibly at the hands of a ruthlessly efficient killer known only as the Easter Bunny. J.W.'s beloved wife, Zee, and their two young children could easily get caught in the deadly crossfire if the assassin makes his way to their now desolate island. Or perhaps he -- or she -- is already there.
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by Philip R. Craig
by Marshall Karp
by Laurie R. King
by Craig McDonald
by Nancy Bell
"It's early December, scallop season on the island of Martha's Vineyard, and except for the shotgun blasts of deer hunters all is quiet--until J. W. Jackson's friend and former commanding officer in Vietnam, Begay, asks him for a favor. Begay is being hunted by an assassin named the Easter Bunny. Tom Stechschulte provides a running commentary from the fast-talking Jackson with panache. In one scene gravel spits across a car's windshield, and Stechschulte's words are as staccato as gunshots. His narration is as engaging and distinct as that of a full cast---even for felines Oliver Underfoot and Velcro. K.A.T. (c) AudioFile 2005, Portland, Maine"
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