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Hunt Through Napoleon's Web (Gabriel Hunt #6)

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Of all the priceless treasures Gabriel Hunt has sought, none means more to him than the one drawing him to the rugged terrain of Corsica and the exotic streets of Marrakesh: his own sister’s life. To save her, Hunt will have to challenge the mind of a tyrant two centuries dead—the calcul9ating, ingenious Napoleon Bonaparte...
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Published (first published November 23rd 2010)
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If this really is the last hurrah for Gabriel Hunt, he goes out in fine form thanks to Raymond Benson. As with the preceding five Hunt books, HUNT THROUGH NAPOLEON'S WEB starts out in a rush (Gabriel and a cohort in the midst of a spelunking accident) and gets faster from there. Oh, there are a few quiet moments mid-book, but like the best pulpy thrillers (both old and new)the quiet doesn't last long.

Benson's story balances the "hunting for clues" and "high
In Gabriel Hunt’s last outing, the modern day Indiana Jones abandons the artefact finding in favour of tracking down his recently kidnapped younger sister, Cifer (short for Lucifer). Travelling through Nice, Corsica, and Marrakesh, Hunt is thrown into battle against a conglomerate determined to return Egypt’s precious artefacts back to their rightful owners. It is in this creed, they lure Hunt (through kidnapping his sister) to find the elusive Second Stone, hidden by Napoleon, a stone which wou ...more
The sixth and final Gabriel Hunt novel.

Hunt's sister has been kidnapped by the Organization of The Pharoahs. The ransom they want is Hunt himself, who they want to find a second rosetta stone, evidence of found in some of Napoleon's papers. He had it hid and several traps set to guard it.
The OOTP has been hunting for it for thirty years and now they want Gabriel to find it. Or else Lucy dies.

Gabriel's task is twofold: rescue Lucy and keep the stone out of the wrong hands. Everyone involved seems
I have now read all six of the Gabriel Hunt novels. The first five were excellent, and this last one was just as excellent. These stories have been classic adventure fiction, with a great action hero main character, wonderful action sequences, exotic locales, and the hero getting the beautiful women every time. Maybe cliche, maybe trite, but I enjoyed them anyway. I wish Charles Ardai would produce more of this series; I would definitely read them.
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Raymond Benson has been an author, composer, computer game designer, stage director, film historian, and film genres instructor for over thirty years. He is also the fourth official author of the James Bond 007 novels.

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