September 23, 2010

Review: Judgment and Wrath by Matt Hilton


After barely escaping with his life while trying to save his half brother from a deranged killer, former-military-operative-turned-problem-solver Joe Hunter has a new life—and hopefully a quieter one—in Florida. But he's soon approached by a man who wants Hunter to bring his daughter, Marianne, home. He claims that her boyfriend, millionaire Bradley Jorgenson, is a twisted, abusive man, and he hints that Hunter should use whatever force is necessary to rescue the girl. The problem is, when Hunter finds the couple, Marianne appears happy, and Hunter can find no signs that Jorgenson has hurt her. 

Things get even more complicated when a crafty contract killer by the name of Dantalion shows up at Jorgenson's exclusive island residence with his sights set on Jorgenson and Marianne. Dantalion has an agenda of his own, and nobody is going to stand in his way. Not even Joe Hunter.

When Hunter steps in and saves the couple, what started as a simple matter of snatch-and-grab turns into a deadly game of cat-and-mouse that sets the hunter and the hunted on a grueling chase deep within the Florida swamplands. 

In this pulse-pounding follow-up to Dead Men's Dust, the smashing debut that introduced Joe Hunter, Matt Hilton delivers an explosive white-knuckled thrill ride that will have readers gasping for breath all the way to the electrifying conclusion. 

I had never read any of Matt's books before. When I read the synopsis of this book, I knew I had to have it. Judgment and Wrath is the perfect book for an action-junkie like myself. Joe is one of my favorite heroes and now I need to get my hands on the rest of the series.

Joe Hunter Series
HarperCollins Publishers
August 17, 2010
340 pages
$24.99

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Disclosure:  I received a copy of this book for free from HarperCollins.  All opinions expressed are 100% mine.  If you purchase a book using my Amazon or Barnes and Noble link, I will receive a small portion of the purchase price.



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22 comments:

PoCoKat said...

Sounds like an exciting read!

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Linda Kish said...

Sounds like an interesting story.

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Martha Lawson said...

A new to me author! Boy, this book sounds awesome. I'll have to add it to my to buy list!

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Bethie said...

Thanks for the review. I love finding new authors.

Aisling said...

(Gosh - Bethie said exactly what I was going to say!) I'll be on the lookout for Dead Men's Dust (as well as Judgment & Wrath if I don't win a copy). I enjoy these kinds of action books and am always on the lookout for good authors who are new to me.

Julie said...

Sounds like a good thriller, thanks for the review.

Wanda said...

Great review! Books looks wonderful. I'd like to read it.
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Isi and Jas' mom said...

I will have to put this on my to be read list
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MarthaE said...

"Pulse pounding" sounds good! Thanks for the review.

Tiffany Christie said...

I love the types of books you review. This one sounds awesome too. ....Tiffypoot @ (aol.com)

hendy said...

I loved Dead Man's Dust so this should be great too

allisonsbj3 said...

Sounds like a great book!

Anita Yancey said...

Loved your review. Definitely sounds like my kind of book. Can't wait to read this one.

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This looks like a good book! wgbc1446[at]yahoo[dot]com

loni said...

Sounds suspenseful! Count me in

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CherylS22 said...

I've never read any of Matt Hilton's books & this looks like a good one to start with!

ewhatley said...

love thrillers; this one sounds awesome

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tallcapp said...

Thanks for introducing us to this series. I would want to read this one and any others that went before it.

Laura H. said...

Oh, this sounds like a good one!!

clynsg said...

Sounds as if the reader will learn some of the facts about Florida swamps in addition to a good story.

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Anonymous said...

I like the blues and greens in the cover of the book!

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purango said...

It sounds like a very interesting book. I would love to read it. garrettsambo@aol.com