Saint Death (John Milton #2)



Saint Death (John Milton #2) John Milton has been off the grid for six months He surfaces in Ciudad Ju rez, Mexico, and immediately finds himself drawn into a vicious battle with the narco gangs that control the borderlands.He saves the life of an idealistic young journalist who has been targeted for execution The only way to keep her safe is to smuggle her into Texas Working with the only untouchable cops in the city, and a bounty hunter whose motives are unclear, Milton must keep her safe until the crossing can be made.But when the man looking for her is the legendary assassin Santa Muerta Saint Death that s a lot easier said than done. Best Download [ Saint Death (John Milton #2) ] Author [ Mark Dawson ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 245 pages
  • Saint Death (John Milton #2)
  • Mark Dawson
  • English
  • 06 April 2018

10 thoughts on “Saint Death (John Milton #2)

  1. Richard says:

    The second fuller length novel about John Milton In this series we have learned that although the best at what he does, Milton has had enough of killing for his government and he wants out.Unfortunately retirement in this line of work means something completely different as Milton falls off the grid to sort out his demons.Going on the run after narrowly getting out alive he turns up in this book working his way up South America Control his equivalent of M to Bond but seeminglyruthless re The second fuller length novel about John Milton In this series we have learned that although the best at what he does, Milton has had enough of killing for his government and he wants out.Unfortunately retirement in this line of work means something completely different as Milton falls off the grid to sort out his demons.Going on the run after narrowly getting out alive he turns up in this book working his way up South America Control his equivalent of M to Bond but seeming...

  2. Neil says:

    Saint Death is the 2nd full length book in the John Milton series, and to my mind the best one so far At the end of The Cleaner we saw Milton escaping from the crime ridden East End of London Now six months later he reappears in South America, for those 6 months Control and Group 15 have been searching for any hint of his location.Still trying to make amends for his previous work , Milton can t stand idly by when a Mexican drug cartel tries to forcibly prevent a journalist from writing abou Saint Death is the 2nd full length book in the John Milton series, and to my mind the best one so far At the end of The Cleaner we saw Milton escaping from the crime ridden East End of London Now six months later he reappears in South America, for those 6 months Control and Group 15 have been searching for any hint of his location.Still trying to make amends for his previous work , Milton can t stand idly by when a Mexican drug cartel tries to...

  3. Alan Taylor says:

    I really enjoyed this fast moving thriller, the second in Mark Dawson s John Milton series It is the literary equivalent of a Jason Statham movie, and that s not a bad thing the Stathe is very good at what he does, John Milton is very good at what he does, and Mark Dawson is proving very, very good at what he does.This time round, Milton, recovering from his quitting the British Secret Service, and his less than successful attempt to help those in need in The Cleaner , turns up in Mexico j I really enjoyed this fast moving thriller, the second in Mark Dawson s John Milton series It is the literary equivalent of a Jason Statham movie, and that s not a bad thing the Stathe is very good at what he does, John Milton is very good at what he does, and Mark Dawson is proving very, very good at what he does.This time round, Milton, recovering from his quitting the British Secret Service, and his less than succ...

  4. Terence M says:

    Review to come Audiobook 8 24 hours Narrator David ThorpeAn OK novel set in Mexico with its drugs cartels, massively wealthy drugs bosses and many, many killings The storyline was also OK but it was all pretty much predictable and had the novel been a book I may have flicked through a few pages at times, but this is a difficult way to listen to an audiobook.David Thorpe s narration was very good and his Spanish characterisations sounded pretty authentic, but never having been south of Review to come Audiobook 8 24 hours Narrator David ThorpeAn OK novel set in Mexico with its drugs cartels, massively wealthy drugs bosses and many, many killings The storyline was also OK but it was all pretty much predictable and had the novel been a book I may have flicked through a few pages at times, but this is a difficult way to listen to an audiobook.David T...

  5. Eric_W says:

    Several characters are introduced in the beginning the intrepid journalist the honest Mexican cop due to retire in five days the bad guys who are really, really bad members of the drug cartel, and, gradually your continuing character, John Milton, now in Mexico He s been traveling light after leaving Britain to hide from his former employers Throw in an MI5 operative who happens to be a Russian agent and things get complicated when Milton interferes in a cartel hit and gets fingerprinted by Several characters are introduced in the beginning the intrepid journalist the honest Mexican cop due to retire in five days the bad guys who are really, really bad members of the drug cartel, and, gradually your continuing character, John Milton, now in Mexico He s been traveling light after leavi...

  6. Rod says:

    Saint Death is falling into a category with me of reliable reads these novels are not long reads but they make up for that in being fast paced and non stop gripping thrillers.I am confident that I will enjoy the whole series the story has planted the seed forand interesting trilogy

  7. Sharon Michael says:

    My first read in this series and I found it well written, good action sequences and a good sense of place and atmosphere Very entertaining, quick read with good character development for the type of book.

  8. Book Addict Shaun says:

    I couldn t wait to read Saint Death after loving The Cleaner I was wary of whether it would be as good or whether I would enjoy it as much though, after finishing it I think I enjoyed itthan The Cleaner Mark Dawson has created a fantastic character in Milton and written such a gripping story here and whereas I said The Cleaner was Top Boy in book form, Saint Death is almost like Breaking Bad and Narcos in book form Milton is again trying to keep a low profile, this time in Mexico howeve I couldn t wait to read Saint Death after loving The Cleaner I was wary of whether it would be as good or whether I would enjoy it as much though, after finishing it I think I enjoyed itthan The Cleaner Mark Dawson has created a fantastic character in Milton and written such a gripping story here and whereas I said The Cleaner was Top Boy in book form, Saint Death is almost like Breaking Bad and Narcos in book form Milton is again trying to keep a low profile, this time in Mexico however fate has other plans for him Milton is a great character and I enjoy reading how he tries to stay one step ahead and keep those in his past from finding where he is I always wonder how successfully someone could actually fall off the grid and become invisible and Milton does a pretty good job up until one mistake leads those back in the UK to discover where he is It just shows how one slip up can see you d...

  9. The Cats Mother says:

    I enjoyed this a lotthan the first of the series I like my heroes strong, smart and noble, and Milton has evolved because of the events of that book, which are referred to briefly, but you don t have to have read that to enjoy this.After six months travelling up South America, Milton arrives in Juarez, a city controlled by drug cartels on the US Mexico border Taking a job as a cook, he is caught up in the attempted assassination of a young reporter determined to expose the frequent rapes I enjoyed this a lotthan the first of the series I like my heroes strong, smart and noble, and Milton has evolved because of the events of that book, which are referred to briefly, but you don t have to have read that to enjoy this.After six months travelling up South America, Milton arrives in Juarez, a city...

  10. Ian Dodds says:

    This was a good book I am rounding it up to 4 Milton is an interesting character but this book wasshooting than character development Which isn t normally bad but then is the second book and we should be...

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