"Most people don't realize that writers are actually working when they are staring off into space."
Monday, January 16, 2017
Review of "Hunting Savage"
When two murders were perpetrated at the same time 400 miles apart using very unusual ammunition, questions were quickly raised. Peter Savage owner of EJ Enterprises was interviewed by law enforcement about the projectiles. They came from magnetic impulse guns, manufactured for the military by Peter's company. When Peter investigated how someone could get the weapons, he was pulled into a conspiracy to involve the United States in a Middle Eastern war to propagate power and greed. The events that happen next, expose an enigmatic military event in June of 1967 and put Peter's life in danger. Hunting Savage is riveting, fast-paced and demonstrates Edlund's ability to keep the reader on the edge of their seat. 5 Stars