Judgment and Wrath

Judgment and Wrath

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"Hilton is a sparkling new crime fiction talent."
--Peter James, author of Looking Good Dead

"Lee Child's Jack Reacher could have some worthy competition."

Following the success of his explosive debut thriller Dead Men's Dust ("A dose of pure rocket fuel," --Christopher Reich), author Matt Hilton delivers BIG once again with Judgment & Wrath. Ex-military operative-turned-problem solver for hire Joe Hunter is back--and this time he finds himself the prey of a relentless manhunter and targeted for death after rescuing a young couple from the ruthless assassin. Hilton's Judgment & Wrath starts fast and keeps accelerating--and fans of Lee Child, Robert Crais, and Michael Connelly will discover they've got a new author and a new hero to eagerly follow into the dangerous shadows.

Publisher: New York : William Morrow, c2010
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780061718137
Branch Call Number: FICTION HILTON 2010
Characteristics: 340 p. ; 24 cm


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Mar 17, 2013

I read two of the other Joe Hunter novels but maybe that is my limit. Judgment and Wrath can not hold my interest and I am stopping my read of it at the half-way point. Also, I do not like the font and printing of this hardback. Hilton works very hard to develop the most improbable of weird bad guys. Too bad he does not give the same attention to his heroes.

Jun 20, 2012

Good thriller about an unusual hero with a different outlook.

Aug 07, 2010

I was looking for some books that my teenager may enjoy when I came across this one. Took it home and thought I would read a bit of it to see if it would be appropriate for my son.

Thought I would only read a chapter or two then set it a side for my son - well that was yesterday evening and I have not been able to put it down until just now - read cover to cover (didn't really want to do household chores anyway).

I really enjoyed Hilton's book and the way that the story switched between the protagonist's viewpoint and the antagonist's viewpoint. Plenty enough suspense, action and body count to keep my interest (and I am sure my teenage son will enjoy it as well)!!


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Aug 07, 2010

"There's an old samurai adage that when it rains the warrior continues to walk up the centre of the road. His path is set, and he must not deviate from it. The untrained run for cover and get soaked anyway by the water pouring from the eaves of the houses they seek shelter beneath. The warrior knows that he will get wet, so allows fate to its course. He cannot stop the rain, so he accepts it."


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