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What if someone offered you $100,000 with the only stipulation being that a murderer would be killed if you accept the money? Would you take it? The people who choose to take it are about to find out the ramifications of their decisions to be part of this Lethal Experiment! 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.

©2012 John Locke (P)2012 Audible Ltd

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  • Henry
  • 04-22-15

Pulp perfection

I read the first Donovan Creed book on kindle and thought it was a great read, it could have been something written by Duane Swierczynski. Went for book two on audible and was equally as impressed.

I'm not one to spot a twist too early, but I'm fairly sure none were telegraphed and that made for a riveting listen. Adam Simms was good too.

Surely Locke can't keep this pace up, but I will definitely be reading on to see