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Cut and Run

Author: Matt Hilton Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton Published: 2010 Book No: 4 (in the Joe Hunter series) Last month I had an opportunity to do a little jetsetting. Not far mind you, just up to Canberra, to the National Gallery where there was an exhibition of Renaissance paintings (Raphael, Titian, Botticelli et al.). You see, […]

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Slash and Burn

Author: Matt Hilton Publisher: Hodder and Stoughton Release Year: 2010 Slash and Burn is the third novel in Matt Hilton’s Joe Hunter series following on from Dead Men’s Dust and Judgement and Wrath. Is Joe Hunter a spy? No, but that brings up an interesting question. What constitutes a spy story. If you’ll forgive me […]

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Judgement and Wrath

Here’s a release I missed. The second in the Joe Hunter series hit bookshelves in the UK last week. I had intended to ask Matt Hilton some tough questions about his latest thriller, but time slipped away from me. But for those you want to know more about Joe Hunter and his world can head […]

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Dead Men’s Dust

Author: Matt Hilton Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton Release Year: 2009 The running man conspiracy continues! No, not really. I am not going to discuss the cover artwork for Matt Hilton’s Dead Men’s Dust. The running man has already had a good run (sorry about that) in the blogosphere. I thought it was time to actually […]

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