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Just One Bite Timothy Blake #2 [PDF / EPUB] Just One Bite Timothy Blake #2 The shocking fast paced and ueasily funny follow up to Jack Heath’s international bestselling thriller Hangman Timothy Blake a former consultant for the FBI now moonlights in body disposal for a loc Bite Timothy ePUB ´ The shocking fast paced and ueasily funny follow up to Jack Heath’s international bestselling thriller Hangman Timothy Blake a former consultant for the FBI now moonlights in body disposal for a local crime lord One night he stumbles across a body he wasn’t supposed to find When the FBI calls Blake back in to investigate the man’s disappearance Blake is the only one who knows the man is dead and in his freezerThen another man goes missing And another And anotherThere’s a serial killer in Houston and Blake is the only one who knows it for sure Just One Kindle - As they hunt the killer together his handler FBI agent Reese Thistle starts to warm to Blake—but she also gets closer and closer to discovering his own gruesome secret This is cause for anxiety for the criminal kingpin who employs Blake It would be better to murder Blake than to risk exposureCan Blake uncover the killer without exposing himself.


10 thoughts on “Just One Bite Timothy Blake #2

  1. says:

    Is it even possible to love a cannibal? Yes Yes it is possible Of course I still don't want to spend any time around Timothy How I die is one thing How my body is disposed of is another Cremation sounds about right Being sliced diced or microwaved as ole' Tim does is not ideal At least add some spicesMaybe some veggies If I'm going to be eaten I will need to be seasoned properly😤😢 Nor do I want to be a smear on toilet paper You know it's just a thing Timothy has moved on from working for the FBI and is now working for a gangster Disposing of bodies Unfortunately gangsters seem to kill alot Also he's found a dead body just laying around and decides to take a bite out of crime as it were McGruff the crime dog just can't be pleased Oh boy His freezer is full to brimming with lunch meat And dinner breakfast snack timeeh you get the picture If you can deal with his munchies and love dark humor then like me you'll probably love this Things end on a rough note for Timothy He's free but I'm thinking he may be putting Houston in the rearview mirror Don't come to Montana Timothy 😯😯I love this series and I can't wait for My thanks to Harleuin Netgalley and Jack HeathBook #3 is on the horizon I CAN'T WAIT😕😵


  2. says:

    The second installment of the Timothy Blake series sees Timothy no longer consulting for the FBI instead he's doing body disposal for a local crime lord The perfect job for him really Anyway one night he stumbles across a body he wasn't supposed to and unable to help himself he takes a biteWell this novel is twisty and turny and you will have no idea what is going on Men are going missing including the one now ensconced in Timothy's freezer and he soon realises there's a serial killer in Houston He's soon called into help his former FBI partner Reese Thistle yet his attraction to her is putting her in mortal danger So off on a rollercoaster ride we go and what a fun ride it isI cannot recommend this series enough Jack Heath has brought to life a wonderful yet terrible character in Timothy Blake and I can't wait for his next exploits Bring it onMy thanks to Allen Unwin for an uncorrected proof to read and review The opinions are entirely my own


  3. says:

    My favorite cannibal returns to the page in this second installment of the Timothy Blake seriesTimothy Blake is bloody brilliant As characters go he's also as morally grey as they come Working as a civilian consultant for the FBI Blake contributes a lot to the investigations as it is easy for him to get into the mind of a killerIn this second book Blake is moonlighting as a 'body disposal expert' for a local crime lord and during the course of that work stumbles across a naked corpse in the woods which he promptly brings home As you doUnfortunately the next case the FBI calls him on is to look for that very same man The one now residing in Blake's freezer How is he going to solve the crime whilst also getting away with hiding the body?Guys I am so into Jack Heath's writing It is so good It draws you in It is easy to read never overwrought It is dark grisly disturbing not for the faint of heart morbidly humorousall these things and If you are sleeping on this series and you like dark original stories you need to make time for this Hangman the first book in the series was one of my favorite police procedural thrillers of 2018 It really stuck with me I was so psyched to be getting a second book with Timothy Blake Now where this one leaves off there DEFINITELY needs to be a third bookThank you so much to the publisher Hanover Suare Press for providing me with a copy of this to read and review I am so in love with this series and I will never stop recommending it to readers who enjoy darker content I am highly anticipating the next book


  4. says:

    Timothy Blake is back in this deliciously dark and humorous seuel to Hangman No longer working as a consultant for the FBI he now has a job as a 'body removal specialist' for local crime boss Charlie Warner which better suits his lifestyle and dietary needs One night waiting on an isolated road for a body to be delivered to him he stumbles across a dead man in the undergrowth When his ex FBI colleague Reese Thistle contacts him to ask for his help in investigating a missing mathematician he recognises his photo as the man whose body he foundThere's a lot going on in this novel as Blake realises they are looking for a sexual predator who may or may not also be a serial killer responsible for the disappearance of at least sixteen men The twists in the plot take him to some dark places and as with Hangman there is uite a lot of mess and gore involved but Blake's dark sense of humour helps to keep it from getting too heavy We also get to see Blake's softer side in his friendship and relationship with Thistle which even causes him to behave normally The books ends on a bit of a cliff hanger with Blake getting himself into a dangerous situation so I'm hoping the next book in this series will be out soon


  5. says:

    sᎥᏟᏦ ᏆᎳᎥsᏆᎬᎠ ᎠᎬᏞᎥᏟᎥᎾus What the actual Jack Heath This book? What I seriously have not wrapped my head around what I just finished reading? This book was so sick so twisted so uniue This is the second book in the Timothy Blake series and I think I might have missed out on a little by not reading the previous book but it stood well on its own Timothy Blake was in the FBI in the previous book and is now working as a body disposer for a well known gangster When he happens across a body he was not meant to dispose he cannot help but take a bite Yes that’s what I said a bite but it was just one So what is a cannibal supposed to do with a body with evidence of his less than savory habbit? Stick it in the freezer of course Soon after Timothy discovers this body and bodies start stacking up and it looks as though Houston has a serial killer on its hands And of course Timothy find himself in the middle of the investigation This book was filled with uniue characters dark humor and a fair amount of Gore This is definitely not for the faint of heart But if you have a stomach for gore and a twisted sense of humor this is a entertaining read for sure I don’t even really know what else to say I am a bit speechless I’m not even sure what to think of myself because I liked this book so much? Timothy was simultaneously disturbing and likable I could only imagine how his love interest Reese would feel when she found out she was dating a cannibal? Can you imagine knowing where those lips had been? Yuck There are also some puzzles sprinkled into this book puzzles that were really hard for me to solve? I was stumped I was also stumped by who and what was going on in the city of Houston I can’t wait for the next installment in this crazy series but I’m assuming Timothy Blake will have change locations just a hunch Time to MoveOn Haven’t paired a book with a song in uite some time but this one just was begging to be Heard 😋I eat cannibalFeed on animalYour love is so edible to meI eat cannibalsI eat cannibalIt's incredibleYou bring out the animal in meI eat cannibalsWhat can you doYou're in a stewHot pot cook it upI'm never gonna stopFancy a biteMy appetiteYum yum gee it's funBanging on a different drumAnd I eat cannibalFeed on animalYour love is so edible to mehttpswwwyoutubecomwatch?vfyiYC Big thanks to harleuin for my invitation to the tour and copy of the book


  6. says:

    Favorite uotesThe rent is surprisingly high for such a crummy place Ideally I’d split it with someone but I ate my last roommate It’s safest for everyone if I live aloneI’m too exhausted even to dream A small mercy— my subconscious would have made Freud vomitThe government was paying her to feed and clothe us and she was making uite a lot of money because she never bought any food or clothingMost people know that pigs feel stress and that cows grieve when their calves are taken away They might feel guilty but they still eat bacon and drink milk So what use is the guilt?It’s a dangerous meal since I still don’t know how he died Eating people is dangerous anyway because of bloodborne viruses Doesn’t mean I can make myself stop Don’t judge me Heart disease is the number one killer in the USA but you still eat donuts Your diet is killing you tooI drive just above the speed limit Anything less is considered suspicious in TexasThe field office director comes on the radio “We’re pursuing several leads” she says “We urge anyone with information to come forward” That’s code for We’re shitting ourselves The news anchor is back “The victims’ names have yet to be released” she says barely managing to keep the glee from her voice “but the details of the case have been described as ‘disturbing’”My ReviewI had no idea what I was getting myself into when I delved into this stunningly crafted page turner Despite the disturbing issues I was enthralled mesmerized and riveted to my kindle I was on edge and biting my cuticles while than a bit distressed about being so deeply invested in such a gruesome tale – what was wrong with me? But much similar to how the character in the book described his compulsionhunger I just couldn’t help myself The writing was simply stellar while brilliantly paced intriguing and unpredictable action packed and unexpectedly laced with wry levity It was also diabolically addictive; I couldn’t have stopped reading unless my kindle had been forcibly removed from my possession Jack Heath is most certainly an evil genius; I would advise his family to keep him happy as well as to either sleep in shifts or with one eye open


  7. says:

    Overall not as exciting and fast paced as the first but definitely gruesome WARNING This review contains major spoilers for Hangman Recap At the end of the first book Blake had determined that helping the FBI maybe wasn't for him and so was pursuing other business ventures He'd broken off contact with the love interest Thistle because he was too worried about hurting her Oh yeah He also had that nasty habit of snacking on human fleshDo you know how much it killed me to not mention that in my review for Hangman? Not even in spoiler tags Because it is such a massive twist and made the whole story a thousand times exciting It hooked me real good coz I've never read anything like that beforeSadly because this is the seuel I've now read something like that beforeWhat I mean is that's the twist that grabs you right away and keeps you hanging on but to get that same kind of attention in this book we really needed to sink our teeth into ha ha because it's no longer a surpriseThis book opens with Blake working for the bad guys disposing of bodies in his highly uniue manner Then he stumbles across a body that's not one of his but he takes a bite out of it anyway This part kind of disturbed me I mean wouldn't that kind of be like stumbling over a cheeseburger in the gutter and deciding it looks tasty? Seemed a bit unsanitary to me to be honest But how would I know really Not like I make a habit of eating peopleAnywaySo then there's drama because our favourite FBI lady Agent Thistle asks for Blake's help on a missing persons case and you'll never guess who they're looking forYep The cheeseburgerWhat follows is a lot of chaos that involves scumbags and dead bodies and violence and gore and one super confusing investigation that just doesn't seem to add up All the while Blake has to deal with his feelings towards Thistle and that niggling bad habit of eating human corpses Poor guyI had a few issues with this book that didn't crop up in the first In Hangman Blake is super intelligent he puts things together really well and he figures things out logically In this book it feels like his I has dropped significantly Maybe he ate too many idiots I don't know Whatever the reason he just doesn't seem to have his head in the game this time around I won't go into detail as I don't want to reveal anything too interesting before the book drops in March But he has changed and it makes me a little sad There's also some uestionable puzzles that really don't make sense when you think about them More on this post releaseThe BlakeThistle vibe is also a lot loved up because obviously they did all the slow stuff in book 1 so now it's all about the feelings I'm not big on feelings I was mostly just waiting for her to discover she'd sucked face with a cannibal Still there's the drama of him trying to hide it all so even though the dynamic has changed I enjoyed that aspect of it You think you have relationship issues SheeshThe crime investigation itself was incredibly messy because there was so much going on and so many clues that just didn't make sense It was kinda good because it was unpredictable but then it was also kinda bad because I lost interest a little bit It jumped around a bit too much for me to follow and there was a bit focus on Blake's personal life I feltI did really love The Gore Factor though This one got hella messy compared to the first book Finally we are getting some Silence of the Lambs savagery I don't know what it says about me that I prefer reading about people getting their faces chewed off than people talking about feelings but there you have it Gruesome is way fun Maybe it was a little gratuitous here but I am grateful Hooray violence I'm actually not a psycho in real life I promiseAlsoLook I got a bit frustrated with the riddles this time around because they were hard LOL So many went unsolved because I wanted to read on instead of wasting actual brain power trying to figure out the hard ones I'm still keen for that Solutions pageIn general I liked it and I'm so glad I got early access to it coz the first book was such a win This one has to work harder now that the big surprise is out but I think it maybe tries a little too hard to be impressive so all in all it feels a little jumbledI think fans of the first book are still going to enjoy this one but there'll be mixed reviews depending on what drew you in in Hangman I'd still recommend it though Many thanks to Allen Unwin for my Uncorrected Proof copy


  8. says:

    2018 bestselling young adult author Jack Heath released his first adult fiction novel Hangman Featuring Timothy Blake an unusual but highly intelligent lead this underdog character returns for another thrilling adventure A whirlwind of high octane action and plenty of plot twists this one will get your heart poundingThose who read the first novel of this series Hangman will know a little about Timothy Blake For newcomers like myself the central character of Hunter Timothy Blake is an ex consultant of the FBI His new role involves working as a ‘body disposal expert’ for a crime lord It is a precarious and dangerous trade When Blake finds a body that is not part of his job description he takes the opportunity to inflict his uncontrollable habit on the victim Blake then realises he must do something with the body that he has now touched and he hides it on his own property When the FBI enter the euation Blake is torn between letting them know about the body he discovered which is now in his freezer or continuing to hide the evidence of his hobby With bodies and murders occurring the matter becomes pressing for Blake There is mounting pressure on all involved to crack this case including the FBI agent Blake has become close to The situation becomes dire for Blake as he must do all he can to solve a complex case while at the same time protecting his own dark secretsA fellow blogger encouraged me to read Hunter by Jack Heath I was intrigued by Heath’s approach which this blogger described as ‘writing that likes to push the boundaries’ I got the feeling that Heath likes to put on a good show for his readers After reading Hunter I feel that Jack Heath has created a very good balance between darkness and slightly offbeat tongue in cheek style humour For the most part I enjoyed and felt very entertained by this novel which is my first experience of Jack Heath’s writingI was uite taken by the warning at the front that Hunter is not suitable for children and some adults There is an accompanying alert that Hunter does contain themes of suicide and violence of a sexual nature As Heath is a popular novelist for young children and the young adult market this precursor is probably a good warning to take on board I have a pretty strong stomach but the twist around the behaviour of Heath’s character Timothy Blake did deliver uite the jaw drop It took me a few moments to gain my composure after I read the big reveal about Blake However once I got my head around the whole concept I raced through this novel The latter stages of the book were particularly intriguing and well pacedI went into this book a little blind as I haven’t read Hangman the first book by Heath which introduces Timothy Blake As I am a time poor in the reading department I didn’t get the chance to catch up on Hangman I do want to read Hangman at some stage in the not too distant future I did find that I was constantly theorising about Timothy I really wanted to know about his background upbringing and possible social issues He sure makes life interestingIn terms of the story itself the plot is uite convoluted and full of mind twists The pace is set to a high bar and it didn’t really wane There is a good combination of friendship trust and connection between Blake and FBI agent Thistle which was one of my favourite aspects of the book What I also appreciated about Hunter was the themes particularly the focus on sexual exploitation and women in this industry It is a puzzling novel defined by some top notch writing I certainly had no idea where Blake was going to take me As for the riddles at the opening of each chapter I have to admit defeat I was stumped You are too clever for me Mr HeathFans of high voltage crime thrillers featuring a non conventional lead do need to take the time to investigate Hunter by Jack Heath A little off the beaten track it is good to see a villain with a cause seize the dayI wish to thank Allen Unwin for providing me with a free copy of this book for review purposesBook #4 of the 2019 Aussie male author challenge


  9. says:

    No uestion I picked this one up on an absolute whimMeet Timothy Blake Seems like a nice enough guy all things considered except he likes to eat well people That's right there is nothing uite like the taste of human flesh No worries he does not roam about killing people just so he can savour their juicy bits there are other ways to find his favourite snack He is currently employed by a local crime lord to take care of body disposal and oh yeah he does occasionally consult for the FBI As this story takes off he is assisting the FBI in locating a missing local university professor This one could be tricky though as the good old prof just happens to have taken up residence in Timothy's freezer This is very light fare folks an easy breezy read that is sure to keep you creeped out and suppressing a smirk all in one fell swoop Bon Appetit


  10. says:

    “’I cut off X’s head with a breadknife’ I say ‘The FBI just found it in my freezer Half of the police force is looking for you the other half is looking for me’”Hunter is the second book in the Timothy Blake series by award winning Australian author Jack Heath When his unconventional arrangement with the last FBI field office director ended cannibal Timothy Blake took up a new position as body disposal expert for Houston crime boss Charlie Warner Warner’s activities ensure a steady supply of bodies so Blake doesn’t go hungry Is this a match made in heaven well except for “Two dead bodies concealed in my house No wait Three I’m losing count”? Not uite It seems Warner won’t hesitate to add him to the body count if Blake exceeds the allowable uota of three mistakes He’s already made two That second mistake involves helping his former FBI minder Agent Reese Thistle with a puzzling case Timothy Blake finds it hard to resist a body but “I take cases not because the bad guy gets punished but because I get so wrapped up in the puzzles that my hunger disappears” Blake promises Warner he won’t help in any case that involves her but then the borders begin to blur when he helps himself to a bonus body in the woods The body Agent Thistle is looking forAs with Hangman Heath gives the reader another compulsive read this one featuring date rape blackmail kidnapping and at least ten deaths most of them violent As well as his usual activities Blake visits a rubbish dump and a courtroom debates the merits of a sex doll brothel buries a body solves a cryptographic code swallows a mobile phone tries to uit his job and vows to stop eating people Blake’s inner monologue and his unsaid asides are often laugh out loud if darkly comical “She stands up as we enter She wouldn’t make much of a meal She’s four foot five at the most even in her polished heels” and “I reuse a lot but I don’t recycle One of my bad habits After you’ve eaten a few people none of your other flaws seem important enough to fix” are just a two of many that will mean certain readers should avoid devouring this novel in the uiet carriage of public transportHeath devises another plot with twists and surprises and non stop action to keep the pages turning right up to the utterly perfect last line Again each chapter begins with a riddle clues to which often follow in the story There are certainly spoilers for Hangman in this seuel so it’s important to read this series in order Fingers will be crossed that Heath is working on Timothy Blake #3 Truly clever and blackly funny this seuel does not disappointThis unbiased review is from an uncorrected proof copy provided by Allen Unwin


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