Jake Sullivan is a war hero, a private eye--and an ex-con. He's free because he has a magical talent and the Feds need his help in apprehending criminals with their own magical abilities. But the last operation Jake was sent on went completely wrong, and Delilah Jones, an old friend in happier times, had too much magical muscle with her for the Feds to handle, even with Jake's help.
It got worse. Jake found out that not only have the Feds been lying to him, but there was a secret war being waged by opposing forces of magic-users. Worse still, he had attracted the attention of one side's ruthless leaders -- who were of the opinion that Jake was far too dangerous to be permitted to live....
Praise for Larry Correia's bestselling Monster Hunter International series:
"The plotting is excellent, and Correia makes you care about the characters.... So, whaddaya waiting for?" --Massad Ayoob
"A no-holds barred all-out page turner...and an absolute blast to read." --Bookreporter.com
"...Monster Hunter International might remind you a bit of X-Files or Men in Black, but it's neither. However, it is as good as or better than both.... Correia is going to be a writer to watch." --GoodReads.com
About the Author
Larry Correia is the creator of the Wall Street Journal and New York Times best-selling Monster Hunter series, with first entry Monster Hunter International, as well as urban fantasy hardboiled adventure saga the Grimnoir Chronicles, with first entry Hard Magic, and epic fantasy series The Saga of the Forgotten Warrior, with first entry Son of the Black Sword and latest entry House of Assassins. He is an avid gun user and advocate who shot on a competitive level for many years. Before becoming a full-time writer, he was a military contract accountant, and a small business accountant and manager. Correia lives in Utah with his wife and family.
Bronson Pinchot, an Audie Award-winning narrator and Audible's Narrator of the Year for 2010, received his education at Yale University. He restores Greek Revival buildings and appears in television, film, and on stage whenever the pilasters and entablatures overwhelm him.