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Hunt Beyond the Frozen Fire (Gabriel Hunt #4)

3.8 of 5 stars 3.80  ·  rating details  ·  41 ratings  ·  6 reviews
A mission to Antarctica to find a missing scientist takes a shocking turn when Gabriel Hunt and the scientist-s beautiful daughter discover a secret valley and the ruthless civilization that inhabits it.
Paperback, 207 pages
Published April 1st 2010 by Leisure Books (first published 2010)
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Tim Mayer

The Gabriel Hunt series continues to reward with this latest outing by mystery writer Christa Faust. In keeping with the theme, the book is listed as having been "told to" Faust. A nice Glen Orbick painting graces the cover too. It's good to see Ms. Faust generating more novels; I was quite impressed with Money Shot, her novel for Hard Case Crime (and I'm anxiously awaiting the sequel to it!).
In Beyond the Frozen Fire, Gabriel Hunt, rich adventurer and all-around hero, travels to the depths of t
Gabriel Hunt is independently wealthy and runs around the world saving artifacts, people, etc... Think Indiana Jones in book form. In this entry, a hot lady named Velda shows up at his office asking him to help look for her father who's gone missing in Antarctica. His last transmission mentions trees, and his colleagues believe he was hallucinating, but Velda wants to save what could be her father's greatest discovery. Hunt decides to take the case and assembles a team including his best friend, ...more
David Brzezinski
Not a literary masterpiece, but a pretty decent adventure
Gabriel Hunt leads an expedition to Antarctica to look for the missing Dr. Lawrence Silver, missing and presumed dead. His daughter believes differently and convinces Hunt.

A garbled radio transmission recording of the missing scientist says something impossible. Silverr speaks of sudden warmth and closes with, "I see...trees."

The mission finds a hidden valley under the ice, creatures long thought extinct, and a threat to the world. Author Christa Faust even throws in a surprise twist near the en
OK, so Shakespeare it's not. The Gabriel Hunt books are fun reads that tend to be somewhat formulaic, but still manage to be entertaining.
Jul 04, 2011 Gary rated it 3 of 5 stars
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