On the sixth day of Hunter, a secret agent said to me:

Last night, I wrote to you saying that if I made the #1 Crimes and Thrillers Best-Seller list on iTunes I would allow myself to be filmed doing the Super Intrepid Style dance - a jig I have not envisaged, nor do I care to think too deeply about.

And then, as if by some force majeur, Hunter: Intrepid 2 rose majestically to the top spot on the best-seller list, kicking Lee Child's Jack Reacher squarely in the backside on the way.

All great sport, sure, but as the morning dawned so did the realisation: not only do I need to learn how to move like PSU of Gangnam Style infamy, I will also need to master my own interpretation of the moves, quick smart, by Saturday.

It won't be a full set filming me, sure - more like my bubbly wife Sar with some of her bubbly friends, after a few drinks at the Commodore Hotel this Saturday. But it will undoubtedly go live before the weekend is out.

You can view the sixth day of Hunter range of designs here.

If you missed it, here's what happened on the first five days of Hunter...

The first day of Hunter: There's a New Agent in Town

The second day of Hunter: Intrepid Agents Kick Ass

The third day of Hunter: Alex Morgan is Back

The fourth day of Hunter: Dear Santa

The fifth day of Hunter: Super Intrepid Style

(NB. you need to set the content filter to 'moderate' and your age 'over 13' in order to view the second and fourth and sixth days of Hunter on Zazzle as the content is rated PG, not G rated! This is found on the left hand column on the page)

Remember, it's all just a bit of fun. Enjoy!

Cheers, Chris

PS If you want to help get my action adventure books out to an appreciative audience, here's another way you can play an important part. 

Spreading the Word Tip #6

Give the gift of Intrepid this Christmas by giving an eCopy version of Defender, Hunter or both to a friend. On Amazon Defender is here, and Hunter... is here.


The team at Intrepid HQ have created an entire IntrepidAllen range that will be available exclusively from Zazzle online, and you can find out more about Zazzle and their print-on-demand methodology here. It's our intention to support a number of charities as we move forward and we'll start off by donating 10% of IntrepidAllen profits from every item sold from the Zazzle online range to the British Parachute Regiment Charity