By Matt Hilton
Matt Hilton's first publication unique brief tale, that includes ex-military operative Joe Hunter.
When the our bodies of 2 acquaintances are discovered close to the penthouse residence 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 regardless 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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Was that a hand holding a spray-can, etched against the pale glimmer of the van's flank? 'That's the best shot,' Toby said. And then said, in a different voice, 'Flowers? ' Alfie felt a presence behind his eyes, an assassin stepping out of the darkness in his skull, flowing forward. He jerked away from the TV and then he was sitting in a chair, his head tipped back, looking up at the raddled ceiling tiles of the office. People were crowding around him, and someone, Toby Brown, was saying, 'He gets turns like this sometimes.
He'd been there ever since. Eleven years. He'd become a familiar sight in the neighbourhood. Slouching along in his worn black leather jacket, his camera bag bumping his hip. Thumbing through stacks of old magazines at the antiques market in Camden Passage on Saturday mornings, looking for examples of his father's early work. Eating special fried rice and spring rolls in the Golden Dragon Chinese takeaway on Caledonian Road, or spaghetti carbonara in the family-run Italian restaurant opposite Pentonville prison, or Thai green curry in his local pub.
An itinerant builder persuaded her that the drive of the house needed urgent repairs, and charged her two thousand pounds for a couple of hours of work. Luckily, she paid him by cheque, which Alfie managed to stop before it was cashed, but it cost nearly a thousand to clean up the sump oil that the man had sprayed over the drive's perfectly good tarmacadam. She had never been very interested in housework, but now dust silted everywhere, pots and dirty dishes festered in greasy water in the Belfast sink of the big, quarry-tiled kitchen, 52 Paul McAuley and the fridge was a repository of limp vegetables and experiments in advanced mycology.
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