The Hunting Trip
A Novel of Love and War
William E. Butterworth, III
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From the #1 New York Times–bestselling author of the W. E. B. Griffin novels comes a rollicking story of love, war, and adventure.
As the author of the electrifying W. E. B. Griffin novels of the military, police, spies, and counterspies, William E. Butterworth III has been delighting readers for decades—but he has a special treat for them now.
At the tender age of sixteen, Philip W. Williams III is expelled from boarding school for committing a prank, and on the train home naturally wonders where his life will take him now. It never enters his mind that he will become a world-class marksman and a special agent of the U.S. Army Counterintelligence Corps in postwar Germany, play a key role in the defection of a Soviet officer and then court danger as a courier for the CIA, marry an Austrian ballet dancer of ferocious mien, become a renowned bestselling novelist, and meet the love of his life on a hunting trip to Scotland.
Yet all of this, and a great deal more, awaits him, in a raucous series of adventures across Europe and the United States that will have readers laughing, cheering, and propulsively turning the pages to discover what happens next.
It is a novel that only Bill Butterworth could write—and that his millions of fans will enjoy.
Have been reading his fathers books for years and think the overall series has gone down hill. No idea the point of this book at all and where it was going. Seemed like he was trying to cram a new series into one book. Do not buy.
I bought this book because I've read all his fathers works and the works that they collaborated on. I want make that mistake again. The story could have been told in 50 pages or less and I wouldn't have felt I wasted half as much time. I did read it front to back waiting on something, anything to happen. "Griffin" fans, Don't waste your time.
Griffin mailed this in, Good protential but seems more like his mash series from the 70;s
Seems to be losing his touch, in his last severel books, Preview seem to be a good book, but the final book is scattered and disjointed, Too bad he will not finish the Corp series