No one should ever accuse John Lescroart of writing the same book over and over. He is quickly closing in on two-dozen volumes, and with (almost) nary a misstep, he continues to either move his primary characters forward or explore their lives more deeply, or both. THE HUNTER, as one who is acquainted with Lescroart might surmise from the title, concerns itself with Wyatt Hunt, who runs a boutique private investigation agency in San Francisco. This is his deepest book to date and arguably his best.
"This is [Lescroart's] deepest book to date and arguably his best."
Lescroart takes Hunt outside the familiar comfort zone of his San Francisco enviro