The Ghost of the Cazador (Dark Hunters 1)

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He considered himself the last of his generation. A man still alive because he had settled all his scores, outsmarted and then buried all his enemies, a lover of details and a dedicated practitioner in a world of amateurs.

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About Angelo Tsanatelis

Angelo (Aggelos) Tsanatelis was born in Athens, Greece on October 24th 1979. He lived for seven years in Bulgaria, where he studied Law at the University of Sofia. During his studies he traveled in Europe and Africa, undertaking 'daring expeditions that no one ever heard about, visited mysterious locations or simply searched for hidden treasures in the most unlikely of places' as he quoted himself in a interview in 2012. After he finished his studies he worked in the private sector for several years before he realized his childhood dream and became an author. His first novel already many years in the making was Origins, the 1st episode in the Living Sword Chronicles series and it was published in April of 2011. It was followed by the novelette, the Rootless set in the same universe and the sequel to Origins, the Lodge & the Tribe.

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Review by: Mary Kyriakou on Oct. 28, 2011 :
A fabulous tale, set five years after the events that took place in the Lodge & the Tribe. It marks the return of an incredibly believable and deadly cynical in this volume character, we first came upon in the second book of the Living Sword Chronicles series.
A breathtaking ride inside the mind of a legendary assassin, his world - his words, a pure extract of evil in the largest possible doses, that leads after a tension-building, extremely detailed & deeply enjoyable narrative to a mysterious and shocking finale. I lost track of time reading it and lastly, kinda like a side note, I pray for a LONGER sequel!
Thumbs up.
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Review by: Vera Gustev on Oct. 26, 2011 :
A delightful story. Overflowing with sharp wording, dark humor, a brilliant cynic character, who should have had a bigger role in the Lodge & the Tribe, a surprisingly detailed setting and clever plotting that leaves you with absolutely no dull moment throughout. I read it in a seating and it left me craving for more. A bit on the short side but a must read, one of the better stories I've read all year. Five stars.
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