Hunter Killer, Paperback Book
2.5 out of 5 (2 ratings)


Saudi Arabia, the world's leading oil nation, is on the brink of revolution.

While the Royal Family is ransacking the dwindling coffers, the country seethes with unrest.

Vowing to end the destructive rule, Crown Prince Mohammed sets in motion a top-secret operation to destroy the Saudi oil industry.

In search of an ally, a nation with a naval power willing to help in return for a share of the oil wealth, he turns to France.

Her lethal Hunter Killer submarines can inflict devastating damage to the country's massive oil installations and help shift the power structure of the world's oil giant.

On the other side of the globe, as the ferocious battle for the desert kingdom begins and the world's oil markets plunge into chaos, Admiral Morgan, former Security Advisor to the President, and Lt.

Commander Ramshawe are summoned to the White House. Here, they discover the masterminds behind the evil plot: a mysterious French Colonel they call 'The Hunter,' and none other than Morgan's arch enemy, HAMAS General Ravi Rashood ...


  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 640 pages
  • Publisher: Cornerstone
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  • Category: Thriller / suspense
  • ISBN: 9780099474340

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Moderate entry in Robinson's series of tales about Arab terrorism. Large chucnks of stuff about military planning and raids, not very interesting. Basic storyline about French collaborating with Saudi Prince in blowing up the oil industry not very credible. Some submarine action but very little. Admiral Morgan reduced to a cariacture of himself. Lacks characterisation.

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This book needs a good editor to cut out about 200 pages. It's too long, too repetitive and over detailed in places. The detail doesn't add to the story but drags it out and is distracting.<br/><br/>Even though I can totally put aside reality when reading, the plot to this was rather poorly structured. There was no logic to the premise and the outcome was so predictable.<br/><br/>Not as good as his earlier books.

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