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  • Brilliant read!

    A bad guy who does bad things for bad reasons.’ As a huge fan of Hangman by Jack Heath I was greatly excited to receive this ARC of the sequel Hunter from Allen & Unwin. With a powerful opening chapter that sets the scene for the book, Hunter just flows perfectly with twists and turns in every chapter. Despite what he is I have a strange liking for Timothy Blake just as I do for Hannibal Lecter. They both survived terrible childhoods and despite their cannibalism they are still thinking, feeling humans. And they are both very intelligent. Hunter builds on the story set by Hangman and introduces a host of new characters, all with their own unique, and dangerous, flaws. Hunter focuses on Timothy’s work for Charlie Warner, his continued work for with the FBI and his budding romance with Agent Reece Thistle and the disastrous results when these three events collide. ‘Some would say a cannibal working for the FBI is far-fetched.’ I find it fascinating Timothy’s apparent ability to lead a somewhat normal life while concealing what he really is and I am astounded that Reece never figures it out. Or she figures out the wrong end of the stick. Hunter was excellently paced and jam-packed with drama and action. The content in not easy to stomach (!) and I know this book won’t be for everyone. But if you’re a fan of Thomas Harris you are going to love this series.

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  • Fantastic Read From Start to Finish

    Sherlock Holmes meets Hannibal Lecter Part 2. Wickedly Smart and Well Written. Highly recommend for any crime junkie.

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  • A great thriller with an engaging anti-hero lead

    This is the second Timothy Blake novel following on from Hangman. This is a fantastic read with twists and turns, an anti-hero who I can’t decide if I like or hate and the continuing relationship development between the two main characters. I can’t wait for the next one! I do note another commentator has mentioned it is 13+ and they are 100% correct - this is not a suitable book for the younger ages that Heath’s other series are aimed at. The advertising, blurb etc are all very clear this is not a young adult/tween book.

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  • Great book and series!

    Can’t wait for the next one <3 Interesting premise and execution. Leaves you hungry for more

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  • Brilliant, couldn’t put it down

    An amazing read, extremely hard to put down. Brilliant writing to make you cheer for a character who in reality you’d never want to meet. Do yourself a favour and read this and Hangman. Can’t recommend highly enough.

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