Riddled with bullet holes and almost succumbing to a series of life threatening injuries, Raf slowly learns of his friends, enemies, and crimes. However, the lines are not quite as definable as he first thought.
Ray Banks further showcases his storytelling ability by writing a novel that’s detailed, well researched, and far removed from his previous works (in occupation at least) while still maintaining the gritty and raw sense of determined violence I’ve come to expect from him.
MATADOR is a gem of a noir that’s got a Quentin Tarantino film adaptation written all over it. Highly recommend.