The books that inspired the SyFy series Hunters...
Flynn Carroll works for the most secret police unit on the planet, seeking the most brilliant and lethal criminals who have ever walked free: thieves and murderers from another world. As part of a top secret CIA alien communications project, Flynn's unit has been tasked with tracking down rogue agents from the planet Aeon. While Aeon claims to be a free planet desiring open communications with humanity, Aeon criminals have committed a series of brutal and bizarre murders on Earth. Flynn has been forbidden to take lethal action against the alien murderers - but as the bodies begin to pile up, something must be done. Flynn finds himself cut off from his team, struggling to unearth Aeon secrets while protecting Earthling civilians from the deadly creatures. But as Flynn gets closer to the truth, he finds himself facing not only some of the most dangerous and frightening criminals ever seen on Earth, but also questions about his own existence. In order to crack the case, Flynn must come to grips with the greatest mystery he has yet confronted: who - or what - is he?
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The person that narrated the story was a huge disappointment. The impersonation of women made the story sound...like a man impersonating a woman. Very crappy. The author of the story made the female that recruited the main protagonist sound....defeated and dumb. "I just can't do anything right." WTF! While the male protagonist acted as if he was the tactile thinker in the history of tactile thinking. What a load of BS! I love the topic and the premise of the story but the writing and narration was terrible. I could not finish this story.
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