Jim is a soldier in the most elite unit in the American military. Black ops. Cleans up his country's dirty laundry.
He loves it, loves working on his own, loves that he's good at it, loves that he's ridding the world of evil, one bad guy at a time.
Missions on the border between Pakistan and Afghanistan, sniping through gullies and crosswinds. It's tough work, but someone's got to do it.
One day he's handed a mission: easy kill.
He stares at the folder.
He knows the man.
This isn't right.
When he sets out to discover the truth, he learns too much, and endangers himself, his country, and the ideals he cherishes in life. Will he survive?
This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?
Nobody I Know
What was most disappointing about Nelson Lowhim’s story?
The "Story" itself
How did the narrator detract from the book?
He was terrible -- sounded like Jim Nabors trying to sing.
If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Kill Writer?
How about the whole book.
Any additional comments?
This book combined a pointless story with the worst reader I've ever listened to. I gave it one star only because it was cheap and, thank goodness, short.