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Donovan Creed, former CIA assassin, is a smart-aleck tough guy who can't resist a noble cause. Despite a ton of baggage and a penchant for call girls, he always finds a way to beat the bad guys. In this sequel to Lethal People, Creed is forced to choose between his thriving contract-killer business, his part in the lethal experiment, and his desire to live a normal life with the beautiful Kathleen Gray and her newly-adopted daughter, Addie. Before that can happen, he has to take care of some lethal business involving a former lover. Lethal Experiment is a breezy and fun page-turner, featuring grisly humor, outrageous characters, and sexy dialogue.

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The experiment works!

When I first discovered John Locke with his first book, Lethal People, I felt i had found a master storyteller for this genre. But I wasn't satisfied with just one book and had to go to Lethal Experiment immediately after. I find it amazing that Locke can continue to develop the Creed character in such surprising ways and keep the reader on edge constantly. I know there are four more books in the series and I'm sure I'll be reviewing them soon also. I thought I'd take a break after and read someone else but the disappointment was palpable; I couldn't wait to get back to Locke and did so immediately. I only hope he can write as fast as I can read!