A classic "wrong man" suspense novel, Run from the Hunter is a fast-paced, tightly plotted thriller about a man convicted of a crime he did not commit. Chris Adams has been framed for the murder of Steffany Fontaine. While on his way to prison, there is a spectacular train crash in which he escapes, giving him the opportunity to set out to prove his innocence. But everywhere he turns-every street, every alley-the real killers lie in wait.
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"It's certainly not narrator Stefan Rudnicki's fault, but this story begins with a lot of promise and ends with the mundane. Rudnicki portrays Christopher Adams, a former reporter who has been wrongfully convicted of murdering his ex. On his way to prison heÕs freed by a train wreck. In a plot that resembles that of ÒThe Fugitive,Ó Adams spends most of his time looking for and ultimately finding the real, but highly improbable, killer. You have to give Rudnicki credit. His crisp, deep voice moves the story along, and he excels at portraying an eccentric in the plot named Jericho, an elderly man everyone thinks is mad but is far from it. The changes in Rudnicki's presentation of this character alone are enough to carry the story. A.L.H. © AudioFile 2014, Portland, Maine"
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