Cut and Run
By Matt Hilton
Joe Hunter is giving Jack Reacher a run for his money
Joe Hunter vs Luke Rickard, a killer who has stolen his identity and committed a vicious double murder. His motive? Revenge. His method? A blade. His mission? Kill anyone Hunter holds dear.
It is a deadly duel of wits that takes Hunter from the streets of Miami to the squalid barrios of Colombia to the jungle hideaway of a drug baron. And brings him face to face with his past.
Revenge is a dish best served cold and Joe needs a cool head if Rickard is not to cut and run.
CUT AND RUN - the fourth high-octane adventure for Joe Hunter, the man whose mission is to rid the world of bad guys.
Matt Hilton worked for twenty-two years in private security and the police force in Cumbria. He is a 4th Dan blackbelt and coach in Ju-Jitsu. He lives in Cumbria with his wife Denise. He keeps a website at www.matthiltonbooks.com and can be found on Facebook and on twitter.com/matthilton
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06 Jan 2011
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Matt Hilton delivers a thrill a minute. Awesome! — Chris Ryan
From start to finish CUT AND RUN gripped me like a vice on steroids . . . Each set piece scene is carefully crafted and utterly believable due to the precise prose of an author who is growing in stature with every paragraph. CUT AND RUN is Hilton's fourth and best novel to date. While he has only been on bookshelves since May 2009 he is fast becoming a staple of the crime thriller action genre. — crimesquad.com on CUT AND RUN
If you like the Jack Reacher books, you'll love Hilton's series . . . Action-packed from start to finish — Heat on SLASH & BURN
Praise for Dead Men's Dust:
'Hilton is more adept at humour than Lee Child . . . the series should be electrifying'
— Daily Mail
Hilton writes well . . . a promising start — Guardian
Hilton hijacks the reader on page one of this white knuckle terror ride - and doesn't let go. — Daily Record
If you're looking out for a new hero with muscle and deadly skills then Joe Hunter is your man . . . breathless, page-ripping stuff — Peterborough Evening Telegraph