|Hunters of the Red Moon (1973) [Novel]|
by Marion Zimmer Bradley Paul Edwin Zimmer
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The hunters were fair by their standards...but their standards were utterly inhuman. They kidnapped intelligent beings from many far-off planets as prey for their hunt. They gave them their choice of the best weapons available, allowed them plenty of time to practice, gave them a "chance." If they could survive until the next eclipse of the red moon, wealth and freedom would be theirs. The catch was this - nobody knew what the hunters looked like. How then do you outwit an enemy who might look like your best friend, your comrade-in-arms, or like a monster that could slay an army?
Original title: Hunters of the Red Moon
Genre: Fiction→ Science Fiction→ Alien Beings
Fiction→ Science Fiction→ Adventure