Blood and Ashes, Blood Tracks, by Matt Hilton
For the first time since this site began, Rebel Voice has taken the unprecedented step of providing two reviews from the same author in the one article. The author is Matt Hilton and he has been reviewed previously by this blog. His previous efforts were acceptable. However, in Blood Tracksand Blood and Ashes, Hilton has not only dropped the ball, he has taken a shotgun and blew the shit out of it. The ball is dead.
In Blood and Ashes, we meet Joe Hunter, a former British Special Forces soldier turned assassin. Hunter moves about the US righting wrongs and generally waxing lyrical about his own wondrous morality. He resembles a very poor man’s JackReacher but, whereas Child can write, Hilton cannot. His passages are over-elaborated and contain a great deal of nonsense about Hunter’s principles and scruples…
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