books of the month
Search our site
I Stop Somewhere by T. E. Carter Read the opening extract of the brand new T. E. Carter book before its publication on 19/04/2018

Hunter in the Forest by Rod Sinclair


Hunter in the Forest by Rod Sinclair

The first in the Peter Fraser novel series opens in war-torn Singapore in the frantic final days before its surrender and occupation by the Japanese. Evacuated on one of the last boats out, they are attacked and sunk; thus begins an incredible story of survival which turns Peter Fraser from innocent schoolboy into a battle hardened warrior. From the tranquillity of a lush island to the brutality of battle and the torture chambers of the Kempei Tai. Hunter in the Forest is a fast paced, action packed and moving account of one man's war against the odds.

About the Author

Loading other formats...

Book Info

Publication date

3rd July 2007


Rod Sinclair

More books by Rod Sinclair
Author 'Like for Like'



448 pages


Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)



Love books. Love reading. Love reading books. And, here's the trick. Here's a website which caters for people like me.

Ian Harvey-brown

Lovereading has all the new books and also suggestions for 'similar' authors whilst waiting for your favourites new books.

Carol Peace

Thanks to Lovereading I have discovered new writers and read books I would never had looked twice at - and enjoyed them.

Angela Rhodes

Because of Lovereading I have broadened my reading horizons with some really great books that I probably would never have chosen myself.

Susan Walsh

The selections are so varied and the reader reviews are so helpful. A fantastic website for those who love books.

Ann Quintilla

Lovereading does a stella job in promoting both new and established authors.

Iris Clements

Discover new authors and enjoy old favourites; oodles of literary gems to uncover at Lovereading with candid reviews from real reviewers.

Emily Wright

As for why I'd recommend Lovereading, it's simple - it's a great place to get information and reviews about new books!

Margaret Freeman