Action, adventure, mystery, courage, romance, gunplay, explosions,
(Paris, London, New York City, Dallas, Naples, FL)
the author's books have them all and more.
E.E. Hunt, a retired Episcopal
priest, is that author of these adventure
novels inspired by his church assignments and residences in Paris, London,
Dallas, New York City and Naples, Florida.
Contact the author at his email address,
Website updates (12/2/21):
Dr. Hunt's latest book,
Cling and Wait,
is the 8th in his terrorist series with rioting replacing terror
and arguments for reconciling societal needs with non-violent action.
The titles are, in published order:
1- Paris Under Siege,
2- Paris on Fire,
3- Terror on E 72nd Street,
4- Terror in the City of Lights,
5- ISIS in the City (NYC),
6- The Eagle at Grosvenor Square,
7- Naples, Florida, COVID-19 Terror Tale,
8- Cling and Wait.
Note: His books A Death in Dallas and Terror on the Border
are concerned with human and drug trafficking acoss the Mexican border.
The author's earliest book,
Sermon Struggles, has been added to
the NON FICTION section below alongside
Aristocrats of the Spirit.
Reviews of each book are on their respective pages (see links on left).
Paris Under Siege
A New Yorker undercover, a New York female reporter, an embassy
political officer, a female Muslim seek to stop an Algerian
terrorist from destroying five American institutions in Paris,
France. Fatima saves Charles in the desert and when they
reach Paris, they join forces with the others in a thriller full
of suspense and vivid desriptions of Paris.
Paris On Fire
In the Casbah of Algiers an Algerian terrorist recruits radical
Islamists to incite violence in the suburbs of Paris, to kidnap the
American Ambassador, and to destroy the Eiffel Tower. Aboud, who
survived the havoc he caused in Paris Under Siege, is again up
against the four musketeers: a female Muslim heroine, a woman New York
reporter, an undercover New Yorker and the political officer of the
Terror in the City of Lights
Traveling to Paris on vacation two New York Federal agents are directed by
their supervisor to assist four anti-terror fighters in Paris, three
American and one a female Muslim, all labeled by a Paris newspaper as
four modern musketeers. They are being hunted by an Islamic Algerian
Salafist who seeks revenge for his brother's death hat occurred in a
shootout in the Casbah in Algiers. The four are joined by French special
agent Jules Crouseau who although considered awkward 'gets his man' in
his own unusual way.
NEW YORK, NEW YORK
Terror on East 72nd Street
A violent encounter on East 72nd Street in Manhattan begins a struggle
between US Federal agents and Canadian terrorists who seek to destroy
the Statue of Liberty. The knifing in New York city results in a game
of cat and mouse which takes the reader to the Catskill mountains,
Vancouver and Victoria, an abandoned 1844 Brooklyn rail tunnel which
leads to a stolen water front fireboat.
ISIS in the City
Those of us who have lived in big cities can imagine the danger presented
by radical Islamic terrorists, but suppose at the last New York City
Thanksgiving Day parade, the ISIS members in this book had terrorized
bystanders. Would it have been such a fun day or a very tragic one?
The terrorists in this book are after the very heart of
the city today after its prior attack on 9/11.
Cling and Wait
The characters in this book fly to New York City after the protests and are shocked by the damage done by the loss from the rioting. Black lives matter but violence and destruction of property in the process of Justice becomes another form of injustice. Rev Dr., Martin Luther King had it right that nonviolence is the most powerful form of justice seeking, according to the Judeo-Christian tradition, and he gave his life to support that premise. This book is a challenge for those condemning the death of George Floyd to use Dr King's approach and be less Marxist in today's American society.
The Eagle at Grosvenor Square
Home after a long but interesting day, Steve Hallcroft, political officer
at the American embassy in Paris, France, announced happy news to his fiance,
a foreign correspondent for the New York Mirror. He was to be assigned in
what he thought was a safe place to work. Little did he know about the
things to come.
A Death in Dallas
A U.S. Army hero wounded in the Iraq war finds his true
self helping a female victim of human trafficking in Dallas
return to her home in Mexico. With a private detective and the
detective's fiance, the foursome confront the gang responsible.
Terror on the Border
Mexican cartels have for many years been active on this side of the Mexico/
Texas border in drug and human trafficking, but are now often shielded by
so called legitimate businesses. Terror on the Border vividly illustrates
this growing problem. An innocent Mexican girl, Juanita Delgado, a victim of
human trafficking, and her flawed ex-sniper American husband heroically fight
the malicious leaders of the Lobos cartel.
Naples, Florida, COVID-19 Terror Tale
This book concerns an Iranian terror attack against the paradise city of Naples on the west coast of Florida to revenge the American-caused death of General Qassim Soleimani, Iran’s primary leader of violence at the time. Four vacationing Americans—two from New York City, a married couple: Ted Edmunds, an FBI agent, and his wife Sherry, NYC 19th Precinct lieutenant; and two friends from the American embassy in London: Steve Hallcroft and his Welsh fiancée and secretary, Bronwyn Esther Morgan—are invited to enjoy a vacation in Naples. But they are interrupted by the local sheriff’s office to help him stop terrorism, and they do so, with the complication of the horrid COVID-19 pandemic. They are soon head over heels in a tough assignment rather than a vacation, and it leaves its mark on them.
Sermon Struggles is a common-sense analysis of four basic ways of preaching.
It is illustrated with incisive sermons which demonstrate each procedure,
and with analyses of each sermon's beginning and development that will be
of significant help to anyone who preaches regularly.
Aristocrats of the Spirit
These are records of men and women of all faiths who influenced me at
different times of my life and are indelibly memorable to me. They are
"artstocrats" not because of being born to wealth or status but because
they have influenced others for good, either the common good or for
someone’s enriched personal life. They are “aristocratic” only because
of their own individual positive selves. These are people I have either
been related to or have met one way or another and in whom I admired
their sense of decency or the way they endured their personal struggles.