Matt Hilton's debut introducing series character Joe Hunter.
'Some may call me a vigilante. I think I've just got problems to fix.'
Right now, Hunter's big problem is a missing little brother, last seen fleeing the site of a gruesome killing. Hunter needs the help of an old army buddy, a whole lot of hardware and a trip to Little Rock, Arkansas, to fix this particular problem. A brutal encounter with some very nasty criminals leaves Hunter fighting for his life. And that's before he comes up against America's most feared serial killer, 'The Harvestman' and his grisly souvenirs of death.
But blood is thicker than water. And a lot of blood will be spilt . . .
Taut, thrilling, tense - I loved it! - Richard Hammond
Hilton writes well . . . a promising start - Guardian
High-octane action - THE CANBERRA TIMES
a chilling roller-coaster ride - WHO WEEKLY
Hot, blood-spattered and unrepentantly hard-hitting, Dead Men's Dust is a pleasing debut thriller by Matt Hilton. - The Independant Weekly
lot's of action, lot's of blood...exciting - Gold Coast Bulletin
A Roller-coaster ride from start to finish. Prediction: Look out for Daniel Craig in a film adaptation before long. - THE COURIER-MAIL