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In the Russian criminal underworld, there is a man named Whitey. He is unstoppable and always gets what he wants. Some say he can't be hurt. Some say he can't be killed. Larry Gidson is about to find out.

He is a dock worker on the run with Sondra Belov, a beautiful stripper. Whitey wants Sondra, and he will torture and kill to get her. Larry, his friends, and even his cat will never be safe unless they give him Sondra - or they kill Whitey. 

From horror master Brian Keene comes a crime adventure filled with sex, gore, and guns.

©2011 Brian Keene (P)2018 David N. Wilson

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Excellent

Absolutely loved this crime horror audiobook From beautiful strippers to terminator like bad guys this doesn’t disappoint Well narrated and highly recommended if your in the mood for a gory thriller I received a free review audiobook and voluntarily left this review

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Keene and Mr. Williamson do it again

A story about group of friends looking for a fun night after work a hooker on the run from a indestructible gangster who is like Jason and Michael Myers on steroids awesome listen from start to finish

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Just Not My Style

This just wasn’t my style of book, so I did not like it, but I think many Keene’s fans will enjoy it. It just wasn’t for me. It’s more a crime novel with Supernatural than Keene’s usual Horror stories.

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Kill whitey

This is a good book, very exciting and adventurous I enjoyed it a lot and want to hear more. I am eagerly awaiting the next book.

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Gruesome but entertaining

I received a free code to listen to this book and I did so willingly I don't care much for the erotica side of the storyline but I did find the story entertaining. The thrill of waiting to hear what is happening in the end is exhilarating. I must say Chet Williamson is definitely one of my top 5 narrators

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Keene's hits on all cylinders for a crazy ride

When a gorgeous stripper at a seedy strip joint run by Russian mob goons asks Larry to kill someone the only thing for him to do, of course, is to say “yes”. Duh. She’s super hot. Problem is the dude she wants him to whack is near impossible to kill and may not even be entirely human. Gonna really have to work to fork this guy up. Damn. She’s still super-hot, though. I wasn’t sure about this one at first, until it took a nice little turn and then clicked into place for me. It was all about the ride after that. And Keene hits on all cylinders.

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Crime/Noir meets Jason Voorhees...

A fast, fun, mean ride where crime/noir and slasher meet. Lots of messy charm! KILL WHITEY by Brian Keene dropped the transmission into low gear and floored it from the very beginning. The whole time I was reading, I felt like my head was pinned to the headrest behind me and I couldn’t lean forward…and I never really wanted to. The ride was too exhilarating. We have Larry, a blue-collar guy and regular Joe, who falls for a beautiful Russian stripper named Sondra. She works at a shady gentleman’s club and, after the first outing to this place with his pals from work, Larry finds himself drawn back time and time again to watch and lust after the beautiful woman. The place is owned by Whitey, a big Russian guy with white hair, and one of his friends claims he’s part of the Russian mob, though the other’s don’t believe him. Only, they should have. After a night at the club where Sondra didn’t show and some strange activity is happening with the security folks of the joint, Larry and Darryl find Sondra hiding under Larry’s car outside and they help her get away. The Russians are really pissed off by this, and they’re coming, led by Whitey, whom they soon find is almost as indestructible as Jason Voorhees. The fun never stops. At least if you find violent shootouts and fights to the death with severed limbs and blown apart organs fun. And I do. Fun AF. And KILL WHITEY delivers it in spades. It’s set up like a crime/noir, replete with the naive protagonist and sultry femme fatale and a bad guy who neither knows how to quit nor is capable of doing so. The story of precisely WHY Whitey and crew are after Sondra is never fully clarified. We get Sondra’s story and we get Whitey’s, but it’s never confirmed which (or if either) were being fully truthful. And this helps add to the conflict and suspense of the tale. The uncertainty in Larry’s mind plays out wonderfully confused and infuriated and conflicted. Keene’s simple, straight-forward approach at prose is on display here, and as always, it just works. It reads easily and rings true. I especially appreciate his showing the cracks in Larry’s moral shell as the story goes forward and he’s worn down by panic and survival and doubt. It’s fast. It’s fun. It’s mean. And it’s totally badass. If you like slashers and crime/noir, this is for you. It’s got it all, and it’s executed with lots of heart throughout. Once the action gets rolling, which is pretty early on, it never lets up. For me, THAT’S how you tell a story. Chet Williamson was, once again, pitch-perfect in his narration. Another fine outing from Keene.

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  • 12-21-20

Fun, Fast-paced Caper with Horror Elements

Kill Whitey is yet another winner from the brilliant mind of Brian Keene. Like his other work, Kill Whitey is fast-paced, fun and full of interesting characters. Chet Williamson's narration is absolutely fantastic. He does a great job with all of the characters and accents. Another quality presentation from Crossroad Press. Highly recommended.

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  • col2910
  • 11-07-20

Enjoyable fast-paced mash up, part crime cum horr

My second time with author Brian Keene's work, after enjoying his shorter piece Alone, last month. Kill Whitey for long periods reads like a crimey-revenge thriller, as our main character Larry seeks to evade the Russian mob after assisting sexy stripper-cum-masseuse-cum-prostitute, Sondra. For months Larry has been visiting the Russian run club, mesmerised by Sondra whenever she takes to the stage. The man has fallen for her big time. One night there's a panic in the club, Whitey and his heavies are tearing around trying to find something. When Larry leaves to go home, the search has moved outside and having spotted Sondra shaking under his car, Larry makes the impulsive decision to help her. Flight and violent pursuit with much bloodshed entails for the rest of the book, as Larry after witnessing the murder of his friends and narrowly escaping death himself, finally turns into Rambo and tries to act out the title of the book and Kill Whitey. It's a bit harder than it might seem. Whitey's survival instincts and abilities are what tip the book into a story with horror and supernatural undertones. The back story and brief history lesson involving Rasputin lend some believability to the plot. SOME!!! as some portion of my brain just doesn't cede all scepticism. I could suspend disbelief for the purposes of enjoying an entertaining, fast-paced, violent tale though. Best writing ever? No not especially, but a decent adventure, plenty of gore and action, decent main characters, particularly Larry and Sondra. The others don't really have that much depth. We get Sondra's back story, but it is her telling it and she proves to be a little bit unreliable, a little bit deceitful and economical with the truth. Is Larry a little bit too naive and trusting. Oh yeah. Good, escapist fun was had. I'll be back to try more of Brian Keene's work in the future. 4 from 5 Read - (listened to) November, 2020 Published - 2008 Page count - 304 (6 hrs 30 mins) Source - Audible purchase Format - Audible