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Slash and Burn (Joe Hunter #3)

3.80  ·  Rating Details  ·  341 Ratings  ·  49 Reviews
The third action-packed thriller in the compelling series featuring Joe Hunter, rival to Lee Child's Jack Reacher.

Joe Hunter is always ready to help a lady in distress.

Particularly when Kate, the lady in question, is the sister of a dead Special Forces mate. Robert Huffman pretends to be a respectable businessman. But the psychopathic Bolan twins he uses as his enforcers g
Paperback, 406 pages
Published 2010 by Hodder
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May 16, 2010 Patricia rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Some people have labeled Joe Hunter as a vigilante and others have seen him as a hit man. One thing is for sure and that is if you have a serious problem, Joe Hunter is the man to have on your side.

When Kate Piers showed up on the Florida beach and revealed to Joe that she was the sister of Jake Piers, a buddy from Special Forces, Joe felt obligated to help her. Kate feared that her sister Imogen Ballard was in serious trouble.

Joe and Kate travel to Imogen’s Kentucky home where they are immediat
 Danielle The Book Huntress (Self-Proclaimed Book Ninja)
I ended up picking up the third book in this series first with Slash and Burn, but it isn't detrimental to read these out of order. The book is fairly self-contained, and anything you might need to know about Hunter's previous adventures are given as an aside or in short sentences that give an adequate frame of references to readers. So I think it's okay to start here.

Matt Hilton's Joe Hunter series is a good choice for action/adventure fans who like Lee Child's Jack Reacher, Robert Crais' Joe
Paula  Phillips
Dec 17, 2011 Paula Phillips rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Its time to say shuffle over to Jack Reacher , Alex Cross, John Sampson , Jack Morgan, Ty Hauck , Myron Bolitar and say hello or as New Zealander's would say Kia Ora to Joe Hunter. Joe Hunter is the new ex-military hero or more appropriately vigilante in Matt Hilton's books . Slash and Burn is book #3 of Joe's adventures and hoping for a nice peaceful vacation between jobs , Joe is interrupted. A women Kate wants Joe's help in finding her sister and since Joe used to work with her brother in the ...more
Amy Lignor
Dec 14, 2011 Amy Lignor rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This is the third book about a man by the name of Joe Hunter, and no author in the world has ever named their character better. Being a former Special Ops agent with the CIA, Joe lives his life as a hunter - a troubleshooter with the accent on “shooter.” However, when this book begins, Joe is taking a well-deserved vacation in Florida. The hunter is finally relaxing, taking some time out on his rented deck with a beer in one hand and happiness in his heart.

But like everything in Joe’s life, his
T.L. Cooper
Slash and Burn by Matt Hilton is an action packed thriller that takes the reader from Florida to Kentucky to Texas and back to Florida. Slash and Burn is filled with action and violence. Hilton creates a main character, Joe Hunter, whose sense of justice may not always fit inside the law but is based on his own code of right and wrong. The pages are littered with dead bodies as Hunter strives to save two sisters from criminals. Sibling love, friendship, and loyalty are all tested and reaffirmed ...more
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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 and son.

Matt is the author of the best-selling Joe Hunter thriller series, as well as standalone horror thrillers and short stories that have appeared in a number of collections and anthologies. Matt's first novel - Dead Men
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