Sunday, 25 April 2010

For the (Daily) Record...

http://blogs.dailyrecord.co.uk/sharilow/

Shari Low of the Daily Record says of Slash and Burn:

"Three books into the Joe Hunter series and Matt Hilton delivers another hardcore, action-packed gritfest featuring a cold-blooded killer with a heart of gold."

For the full review, click the link above.

Thanks Shari.

7 comments:

David Barber said...

You can't say fairer than that. Short, sweet and right on the button. I'm almost at the end of the book myself and I'm well impressed, Matt. I may even try a review of it myself, but would only end up repeating what has already been said. 1 & 2 were good and S&B has lifted the series again.

Regards, David.

P.s. I see you've decorated. :-)

Glaznost said...

Nice review, says eeverything it needs to without spoilers. The new site seems a little bright, but i'm sure i'll get used to it... :)

Col Bury said...

Nice punchy review that, Matt.

Sue H said...

Woooooah! Somebody redecorated in here?


While I'm getting used to the new 'look' I'll add my tuppenceworth - yet another fine review to add to collection, Matt. And let's face it - well deserved!
I really think Joe Hunter#3 has re-set the bar!

Now, just let me remember to get my shades on before I log in here again...... ;-p

Matt Hilton said...

I agree, short and sweet and straight to the point.

As for the 'new look', I just felt I'd have a spring clean and tidy up. I'm going to trial a few new looks and see which is best, I just felt the old black screen had served its purpose for the time being.

Sue H said...

Don't mention spring cleaning - I don't have time for that, too busy reading! (last pages of S&B, proof-reading Mr Glaznost's Blake novels, David Barber's FFF, TK&C.... and a HUGE pile of TBR books!) Dunno when I'm supposed to flick a duster round.

Glaznost said...

Surely that's what children are for, Sue? Otherwise what's the point?