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The John Milton series continues to be full of thrills and spills in these the 3rd boxed set In it John heads off to Australia and then returns to England but things aren t safe and cozy for him there eitherAlthough in many ways traditional thrillers and likely to appeal to fans of that genre one of the better things about this series is that John travels around and spends a lot of time interacting with people on the edges of society In this collection John works as a sheep shearer in Australia at a cabbie s shelter in London and plunges into the world of desperate refugees from Africa Each location and situation is uniue and described with plenty of living detail plunging the reader into these often down and out worlds And of course there s plenty of guns and actionOn the other hand these particular books all had the same plot device that I find very irritating in which a lot of the action is generated by t Read books 1 9 straight throughI thought these books were well written and engaging A lot of books I get through the first 5 pages and throw them out Dawson is an excellent story teller and Milton is a great protagonist I liked his character trying to repent for his earlier life nothing fancy just the ability to react without hesitation along with a sense of morality setting him apart Dawson has a great sense of humanism in his storytelling A A British and believable Jack Reacher Another enthralling box set by MrDawson Our John certainly has a few demons and his life revolves around trying to find peace within his soul An average sort of guy with some particular skills righting wrongs a bit of a Jack Reacher and an Eualizer rolled onto one But he s British and he bleeds and gets some things wrong just like real people do Well done Mr Dawson onto the next book John Milton Don t Get on His Bad SideI read this book as part of my Kindle Unlimited membership I would like to thank the author for partnering with KU so I have access to this book THE SEVENTH EIGHTH AND NINTH NOVELS IN THE SERIES THAT READERS ARE DESCRIBING AS THE NEW JACK REACHERYou won't be able to put down these nearly 1000 pages of espionage revenge thrills and spills From the Bourne esue HEADHUNTERS to dark criminal enterprise of THE NINTH STEP and the thrilling THE JUNGLE don't start this collection late at night you won't be able to put it downMEET JOHN MILTONHe considers himself an artisan A craftsman His trade is murder Milton is the man the government sends after you when everything else has failed Ruthless Brilliant Anonymous Lethal You wouldn't pick him out of a crowd but you wouldn't want to be on his listBut now after ten years he's had enough there's blood on his hands and he wants out Trouble is this job is not one you can just walk away from He goes on the run seeking atonement for his sins by helping the people he meets along the way But his past cannot be easily forgotten and before long it is Milton who is hunted and not the hunterHEADHUNTERS Bury your enemies and bury them deepJohn Milton thought he was don.
Twice now Always moving alongLove the books Love they re in a boxed sets it s easier to eep reading Read the series twice It flows really well He is independent yet relies on others when needed Not a self observed hero There is a lot about AA in there but he doesn t stuff it down your throat just shows the struggles of not drinking any These books continue to deliver and pay off even as time goes on For readers who have been following since the beginning we have the broad nowledge of Milton s story and so our universe as we read on only expands and makes enjoying the present story that m Great boxed setWhile I would gladly have bought these books individually it was nice that they were in a set like this I have provided comments on each of the books separately I will say is nice to see how John Milton the main character in the series has developed over the course of time He seems to be becoming focused on doing right in order to put to rest the demons that haunt him from all his years of service to his government Nice to see someone who has retired yet still gets to use the skills he worked so hard to acuire Good storyline Characters have somewhat realistic capabilitiesI have developed a real admiration for John s uests To help those who have no one to turn to for help The I read these stories the and fond I become of the main character I would like to see him find a measure of happiness with a woman as I thought he might with Mattie in Australiaeven if for just a short while Love these books hard to put down Milton Series is tough to beatI think the entire Milton series is eual to or better than anything else in this genre Milton is a smart educated physical beast who carries the oppressive blanket of addiction with him as he tries to make amends for his prior acts The research behind the stories and the details of the weaponry and geography involved are amazing 7 9 were wonderful but so were 1 6 I suspect 10 and up will continue the trend. Ke a turn that no one could have anticipatedMilton’s attempted good deed becomes a uest to unveil corruption at the highest levels of government and murder at the dark heart of the criminal underworldMilton is pulled back into the game and that’s going to have serious conseuences for everyone who crosses his pathTHE JUNGLEAn assassin haunted by his past Two young refugees out of their depth and in need of his special talentsJohn Milton is no stranger to the world’s seedy underbelly But when the former British Secret Service agent comes up against a ruthless human trafficking ring he’ll have to fight harder than ever to conuer the evil in his path After Milton meets a refugee who lost a sister to people smugglers he travels through war torn Libya and the murkiest parts of Italy and France to get the girl back As enemies watch his every move Milton confronts a group of Albanian pimps and smugglers so dangerous they could easily make this mission his last The Jungle is a gripping standalone thriller in Mark Dawson’s bestselling John Milton seri.
Summary The John Milton Series
EadhuntersOne of Milton s adversaries reappears He really isn t happy with Milton although Milton is ready to let bygones be bygones One is much stronger than the other and the other is cunning The Ninth StepIf you aren t familiar with steps in The Big Book or even what it is you are SO lucky Please take a moment to look it up Then read the epigraph at beginning of this book which spells out the Ninth Step considered by many addicts of any ind to be the hardest of all I can t wait Milton meets a man with a big secret He wants to get the secret off his chest Milton took care of the secret when his friend couldn t The JungleI am pretty sure you have heard of this migrant camp in France which no French official or citizen seems to want yet there it sits Milton meets a young man whose sister was sold into sex slavery Milton is determined to get her back Woe be to the sex slavers As before with the first two omnbuses has to look that up John Milton is a pretty bad guy bent on repentance for all the bad he s done before Only Milton does the good as he did the bad with his brains Of course his capabilities with weapons his ability to become invisible not literally of course his body s ability to not only inflict pain or death and his body s ability to take pain not death so far anyway make Milton a man up there with Tanner Mr Smith Reacher etc Loved it I certainly hope there are available through KU Hooray Three Mark Dawson s novels are a must readMy wife and I are avid readers We try to find authors who are not well Wrangled (Whitehorse, MT: Chisholm Cattle Co., known to many and if we find them we want everyone tonow Mark Dawson is one of these rare finds His series about John Milton have been so well written I find it difficult to take a break from his novels Yet what writer can any of us say that about He is in the league with Brad Thor Daniel Silva and Vince Flynn to name a few If you haven t read Mark Dawson try book one You won t be disappointed Dr C Love these books Have read the series. E with Avi Bachman The most dangerous man he's ever Her Cowboy Hero (Refuge Ranch known has been incarcerated in Angola the brutal Louisiana prison Inmates rarely leave Angola Once you go in the only way out is in a box But Bachman is no ordinary prisoner He was an assassin for the Mossad and he has favours to call inMilton is in the Australian outback with an old friend and his flirtatiousid sister looking for a summer’s peace to put his troubled mind to rest But Bachman has other plans He thinks that Milton Un hros pour Rayne (Delta Force Heroes t. 1) killed his wife and now he wants revenge From Australia to Israel from Hong Kong to Croatia here is the conclusion of this brutal chapter in Milton’s life The two headhunters are on a collision course and only one of them will walk away THE NINTH STEPMilton iseeping a low profile in London when he meets Eddie Fabian Fabian confesses that he is considering suicide and that the reason for his depression was the abuse that he suffered as a child Milton offers to help but before he can Eddie is found dead in circumstances that Milton considers suspiciousAnd then events ta.
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Mark Dawson was born in Lowestoft and grew up in Manchester and Chicago He has worked as a lawyer and currently works in the London film industry His first books The Art of Falling Apart and Subpoena Colada have been published in multiple languagesHe is currently writing two series Soho Noir is set in the West End of London between 1940 and 1970 The first book in the series The Black Mile deals with the real life but little known serial killer who operated in the area during the Blitz The Imposter traces the journey of a criminal family think The Sopranos in austerity London and you'd be on the right trackThe John Milton series features a disgruntled special agent who aims to help people to make amends for the terrible things that he has done Mark as a child of the 80s will freely admit that he watched a lot of The Eualizer in his youthMark lives in Wiltshire with his familyYou can find him at