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Dead Men's Dust
     

Dead Men's Dust

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by Matt Hilton
 

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“A dose of pure rocket fuel….I loved this book.”
—Christopher Reich

 

Jack Reacher stand aside, Joe Hunter is on the job! Dead Men’s Dust marks the debut appearance of an unforgettable new tough-guy hero—as Matt Hilton, a superb new thrill-master, joins the ranks of Lee Child, Jeffery Deaver, Robert

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Dead Men's Dust 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 22 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Former Special Forces operative and ex-cop Joe Hunter is an expert on life and death hand-to-hand combat. Since leaving the military and the police, Joe has become a security consultant who resolves the impossible tasks for his wealthy clients.---------------- However, Joe's sister in-law, Jennifer holds him culpable for her spouse, his younger brother, John vanishing; leaving her and their kids in trouble. She assumes he played tough love and refused to help his sibling who was in trouble with street thugs for not paying off his IOUs on time. Joe insists otherwise as he gave John the money to pay off his markers, but his wastrel brother gambled it away instead of settling his debt. However, blood is blood so hard ass Joe follows John's trail across the ocean and back until finally to California where the idiot is in deeper trouble as a serial killer dubbed the Harvestman for reaping organs from over twenty victims is coming for him.----------------------- Gory, bloody, and exciting, DEAD MAN'S DUST stars an interesting allegedly cold blooded hero who in spite of wanting to let his brother sink into the morass he created, tries to help him. The story line is fun to follow, but offers nothing new as the reader expects Joe and Harvestman to vividly bleed in the climax. Not for the squeamish or anyone who just ate, as some of the scenes are gruesomely descriptive, readers who enjoy literally excess blood and guts will want to read Joe's rescue attempt.------------------- Harriet Klausner
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Main character not real. Try jack reacher or repairman jack novels. This joe hunter is too much of a braggart kinda like B movie heroes. Also
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Only 60 pages. No real plot.
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Blood and gore and violence
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Really enjoyed the main characters. I like my hereos somewhat flawed and Joe Hunter fits the that bill.
Letz-Read More than 1 year ago
They way the author wove an intriguing story with plenty of twists and turns and all leading up to that final action scene with the completely believable outcome was amazing! I will definitely look for other books by this author. My first book review because it was worth it.
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MAIN CAMP
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((Which is camp? Give me title plz)) I will put ads up soon but i want to make sure its alright with you if we decide who is leader by activeness on friday ((the 30th)). ……=[Featherdust]=……
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What a waste. Don't buy this book.
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Spookyclaw
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Is spiritpaw here???