The Blood Order ebook
by Jack D Hunter
Jack D. Hunter has a remarkable affinity for German culture and for translating German expressions and idioms into English, and between writing "The Blue Max" and this novel he also managed to improve his prose-writing and use his personal experiences as an Allied agent to lend authenticity to the intrigues he describes in this story.
Operation Nursery," including Jack Hunter's role in it, forms the basis of the nonfiction book The Axmann Conspiracy: The Nazi Plan for a Fourth Reich and How the . The Tin Cravat (1981). Army Defeated It, Berkley Books (Penguin), Sept After the war, he worked in various journalistic capacities, as a public relations executive for Du Pont, and as a speech writer in Washington . Hunter was the author of 17 novels, including The Ace, published in 2. .
Excellent Sequel to Blue Max. By Thriftbooks. com User, May 15, 2000. This Hunter's excellent sequel to The Blue Max as Bruno Stachel experiences Germany between the WWI and WWII. The rise to power of Herman Goering, Martin Bormann, and Adolf Hitler is witnessed through Bruno's eyes.
While a blood hunter begins their journey alone, they also acknowledge the strength in numbers and the benefits of trusted companions. Many blood hunters keep allies to both ensure that they succeed at their hunts, and to keep a watchful eye to prevent them from losing touch with their humanity. A blood hunter without conviction is lost, and often an honest friend is enough to keep them from straying. These hunters then use their abilities to harness the power of the monster they harbor without losing themselves to it.
by. Hunter, Jack D. Publication date. New York : Times Books. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china.
ISBN 10: 0812908201 ISBN 13: 9780812908206. Publisher: Times Books, 1979.
In a landscape tormented by all manner of beasts, devils, and abominations from beyond the veil, most live in fear of the dark, of superstition, and of the unknown. Some grow hardened by this experience, instead choosing to stand up and fight against the tide of shadow. These folk are called ‘heroes. Some, however, are so fanatical and bent on destroying the anathema that plagues the countryside that they embrace dark, forbidden knowledge.