The first assignment is unusual. The second will set D Hunter in urgent pursuit of a mysterious entity that is kidnapping Top Forty hitmakers.
Always cloaked in the color black, security specialist D Hunter lives on the periphery of the monied Manhattan nightlife. But he’s the man people come to when they need help without the interference of the NYPD. When a rising singer called Night is kidnapped, music manager Ivy Greenwich hires D Hunter to deliver the ransom. Mission is accomplished, but Greenwich isn’t finished with Hunter.
Greenwich has devised a tried-and-true plan to transform Bridgette Haze’s mega-pop-star image from the tween-bubblegum-pop genre to an edgier urban one: bring her to New York City where she can be seen at the right night spots and work with leading hip-hop producers. But the recent near tragedy with Night convinces him that she’ll need extra protection. D isn’t really in the bodyguard business anymore, but he needs the money. So he reluctantly agrees, never expecting he’ll need to fight both a surprising sexual attraction to Haze and the determination of one who is seeking revenge for betrayals of the past.
Set in the hip-hop clubs and shrouded secret hearts of New York City, The Accidental Hunter is a page-turning adventure.