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Dead Fall (Joe Hunter, Book 7.1) by Matt Hilton

By Matt Hilton

Matt Hilton's first booklet unique brief tale, that includes ex-military operative Joe Hunter.

When the our bodies of 2 acquaintances are stumbled on close to the penthouse condo of a identified crime boss, Joe Hunter has revenge on his brain. He's by no means tolerated bullies, yet this time it's own. And irrespective of what number heads he has to bash to do it, Joe will locate his man.

Includes a sneak preview of Blood and Ashes, the exhilarating 5th novel within the Joe Hunter sequence.

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