In international best-selling author John Locke’s Lethal People, former CIA assassin Donovan Creed is pursuing his latest love interest when he discovers a severely burned girl. Soon, Creed’s suspicions about what hurt the girl lead to a deadly confrontation.
©2009 John Locke (P)2011 Recorded Books, LLC
“If Dean Koontz collaborated with Alfred Hitchcock at the circus, this would be their brain child.” (Vintage DM Book Reviews)
Writing; Bad dialogue, bad prose and superficial plot, the only positive thing about the writing I can come up with is that Donovan is one tough dude, although the writer doesn't capitalize on that much.
Narration; Orlow does most of it and is solid, Guidall is Guidall (awesome).
I don't know if this is Mr. Locke's first book so maybe the quality improves as he goes, this one feels like a poor first attempt that one would try to improve upon but not publish.
Books like this keep me from reading new writers as this was a waste of my time and money, yep it's that bad.
Kept the action going.
Story of little burn victim
Will definitely want to listen to any sequels.
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