Book Release ~ Dino Hunt by Max Davine

Dino Hunt - Max Davine

About The Book
Title:
Dino Hunt
Author:
Max Davine
Publisher:
ASJ Publishing
Release:
April 11, 2015

Blurb:
Jimmy Reeves is a down on his luck wildlife wrangler, his career once saw him traveling the globe, working on relocation programs and starring in documentary films. Now, he and his business partner Paul Franciscus are lucky if they can get a gig wrangling bulls in Arizona. Until one day, when they receive a massive advance payment from a mysterious company based in Florida. In return, they are to do what once brought them glory the world over; trap and relocated endangered animals. Little do they know they’re not going to the Everglades to trap alligators, they’re going through time and space to rescue great, big dinosaurs! 

But others have come to pillage the Cretaceous world for it’s natural resources, and to enslave and exploit the prehistoric inhabitants. They are ruthless, they are well equipped, and they will stop at nothing. It’s up to unwitting Reeves to make a stand not just for the dinosaurs, but to save his own life, teaming up with an alluring paleontologist and a helicopter pilot nicknamed “Crash” to save the land of the forgotten from human annihilation.

Available on Kindle and in Print.
Goodreads

About The Author

Max Davine

Born in a suburb of Frankston, Victoria, in 1989, Max Davine grew up in Melbourne’s inner eastern suburbs, with the first ten years lived in a house which also accommodated his parents, sister, uncle and grandparents on his mother’s side. Simply put; he was never short of hearing good story’s. Having studied acting for three years with Peter Kalos at the Melbourne Actor’s Lab, Davine returned to his lifelong pursuit of writing with a new, sensitive touch and keen ear for language demonstrated in his two previous works; “Terra Domina” in 2012, and “Angel Valence” in 2013, both published by ASJ Publishing.

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