Tanner Returns and the conglomerate wants him dead. With their resources and vast troops of lethal thugs, the conglomerate assumed that killing one man would be easy. They were wrong!
While Tanner is just one man, he is the last man you want to go to war wit. And when he teams up with another target of the conglomerate, he doubles his chances at surviving.
But this is war, and the conglomerate plays to win.
Enter Lars Gruber, possibly the greatest assassin in the world - and now he's set his sights on Tanner. It's hit man vs. hit man and only one can survive.
©2015 Remington Kane (P)2015 Remington Kane
The story moves quickly in part because of the superficial detail. It is like reading or listening to an abridged version. Or like watching a TV crime drama where everything can happen, characters introduced, crime committed and solved in one quick hour. There is minimal character development but enough to get a feel, very limited descriptions of battles, weapons and plot. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing but if you like richness of character, depth of plot and more descriptions of location and action this isn’t for you. There is also a ‘silliness’ or lightness in the story lines with characters like Merle and Earl. At times there involvement almost reminds me of Janet Evanovich’s Stephanie Plum series. Only unlike Evanovich's stories there is lots of killing and blood. This is nothing like Tom Wood’s Victor series or John Milton by Mark Dawson. I only gave it 3 stars because of the simplicity and lack of depth for the genre. It is not a bad book just not a great book. It doesn't leave me running to read or listen to the next book in the series.
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