The Hunters is a gritty, edge-of-your-seat story about an intelligence expert whose sense of honor and friendship hurls him into an international web of terror, intrigue, and murder. There is danger in the air for Eric Holland, owner of BookSellers (a cover name for a leading corporate investigation and intelligence company). When he discovers that a classmate lost in Vietnam in 1968 has resurfaced in Russia, all hell breaks loose. Holland quickly steps into a web of deceit, threatening even to a Special Ops expert. Nothing he was taught about survival and trust applies. From his briefings in Switzerland and Washington, D.C. to his stops around the globe, he is never alone, never safe. Holland may be searching for his friend, but he soon becomes the hunted. His pursuers are not only international governments, but his very own. Why? Because he's too close to a secret that will upset the balance of world power, and he must die. Must he also lose those he loves most? Hodges weaves a tale about a world of secrecy and violence in government that we think is fiction, but is all too real.