Hunter’s Shadow Reviews Review

George Price may have the right physique to be the new gym teacher, but Candy Johnson has taught high school gym for seven years and knows that something isn’t right. For one thing, George doesn’t know a soccer ball from a volleyball. As a long-time mystery reader, Candy follows her intuition and the tricks of the trade as taught to her by Arthur Conan Doyle, Agatha Christie, and Mickey Spillane. She’s going to discover what is really going on even if it means getting too close to her subject for her own comfort. But Candy finds that the art of seduction comes as easily as her latent detective skills in this lighthearted romp.

Romantic Times Review

Love and laughter fans rejoice! Kathy DiSanto’s second book HUNTER IN DISGUISE (4.5) [the original title for HUNTER’S SHADOW] proves that she’s even more wonderful than the first book led us to believe. The curiosity of a high school gym teacher hooked on mysteries and detectives is piqued by several odd discrepancies in the behavior of a recently hired instructor. The subsequent duel of wits as she sets out to find out just who he really is will have you laughing out loud, while the ensuing romance is hotter than a firecracker. – Melinda Helfer, Romantic Times

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