Manhunt is a novel about an all-female hunting party that sets out to track down and kill a man who has been harassing them. The women are determined to take justice into their own hands, but as they get closer to their target, the line between hunter and prey begins to blur. The novel explores themes of violence, revenge, and self-discovery against the backdrop of the American West.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for anyone who is interest in a good suspenseful read with LGBTQ+ characters.
- fresh take on the western genre
- well written and fast paced
- engaging characters
Learn more about the author
Gretchen Felker-Martin is a queer writer and editor based in Missoula, Montana. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in The Rumpus, Hayden’s Ferry Review, Lunch Ticket, and elsewhere. She received her MFA from Arizona State University and currently teaches writing at the University of Montana Western.
“This book is raw, powerful, and unflinchingly honest. It’s a tale of rage, love, and sisterhood that will stay with me long after I finished reading it.”
“Gretchen Felker-Martin has created a thrilling and suspenseful novel in Manhunt. The all female hunting party is intriguing and their motives are compelling. As the story progresses, the line between hunter and prey blurs which leads to an unpredictable ending. This gripping read will keep you hooked until the very last page.”
“Gretchen Felker-Martin’s debut novel Manhunt is a breath of fresh air. Set in the American West, the story follows an all-female hunting party on a mission to track down and kill a man who has been harassing them. What starts as simple revenge quickly becomes something more complex, as the women find themselves struggling with their own identities and desires.”
“A dark, intense novel that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Felker-Martin’s writing is sharp and her characters are vividly drawn. I couldn’t put it down!”