BELIEVE IT OR NOT: HUNT A KILLER HAS BOOKS!
Blood in the Water
The town of Barton Beach is a popular summer destination known for its surfing, sandy beaches, and local restaurants, like the Beachcomber. Or at least it was -- until Flash Fremont washes up dead on the shore.
Flash's sixteen-year-old nephew, Zac, is the only one who doesn't believe that Flash died in a freak surfing accident. Zac is determined to find out what really happened to his uncle out in the water. But his investigation reveals more than a few people who might have wanted to see Flash dead -- from old surfing rivals to Zac's own father.
As Zac keeps asking questions, more people start showing up dead. Flash's killer is still out there. . . and if Zac isn't careful, his blood could end up in the water next.
This original Hunt A Killer novel features all new characters, in-world clues, and a mystery not seen in the games!
Aspiring PI Jolene Kelley is skipping class at her fancy new private school, North Shore Prep, when she witnesses her beloved guidance counselor fall in front of an oncoming L train. The police call Mr. Medina's death a tragic accident, but Jo knows what she saw: This was murder.
With help from her friends Sabrina and Frankie -- and the inside scoop from her public-defender parents and her mentor at the state attorney's office -- Jo opens up her own investigation into Mr. Medina's death.
Jo's investigation uncovers a scandal brewing at North Shore Prep. Mr. Medina had found out about it, and now he's dead.
Jo has a slew of suspects, including administrators, students, parents, and even local politicians. Can she figure out which one is the killer before she becomes their next victim?
This original Hunt A Killer novel features all new characters, designed in-world clues, and a mystery not seen in the games!
The Detective's Puzzle Book: True-Crime Inspired Ciphers, Codes, and Brain Games
In Hunt A Killer: The Detective's Puzzle Book, you'll meet up with private eye Michelle Gray who needs you to hit the books and fine-tune your investigative skills before the next big murder case.
Under her expert guidance, you'll start with "Investigative Best Practices" before diving into a world of curious ciphers, devious riddles, and other intriguing logic puzzles all designed to take you from amateur sleuth to a top-notch lead detective. With non-narrative puzzles, you can pick up this training manual anytime you need to sharpen your skills, between episodes, or whenever you need a fun challenge.
Whether you're a Hunt A Killer member, armchair detective, or logic puzzle junkie, these deceptively difficult but always fun puzzles will have you breaking codes and cracking Hunt A Killer cases in no time. So pick up a pen, grab your magnifying glass, and get sleuthing.