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Manhunt by Ann Voss Peterson

01/21/2021
ROCKY MOUNTAIN THRILLERS are fast-paced novels with a dangerous edge. Each stand-alone story is set in the brutal and beautiful Rocky Mountains and contains intrigue, romance, and break-neck action. Read all three. A RELUCTANT HUNTER... Desperate to provide for her young daughter, accountant Shanna Clarke accepts an invitation to go on a company hunting trip in the Wind River Mountains, even though she's never shot anything in her life. If she can get through it without embarrassing herself, maybe that sought-after promotion will be hers. But then her boss starts shooting... at her. ...BECOMES THE PREY Dodging gunfire and struggling to survive in the Wyoming wilderness, Shanna stows away in the back of a rancher's truck. A snowstorm, a grizzly bear, and a murder rap can't keep Shanna and rancher Jace Lantry from discovering why she was targeted. But knowing the reason is only half the battle... the rest has a good chance of killing them both. The first book in Ann Voss Peterson's Rocky Mountain Thriller series, Manhunt is a fast-paced, pulse-pounding novel of suspense and romance. It is approximately 55,000 words long. An earlier draft of this novel was previously published under the title Wyoming Manhunt.
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