Tuesday, April 19, 2016

End As An Assassin by Lex Lander

End As An Assassin
Lex Lander
Book Description


André Warner is a professional killer, ex-British Secret Service. Thirty-nine contracts have made him a wealthy man, and his fortieth is to be his last.

The hit goes smoothly enough, and the victim – a degenerate drug baron – is dispatched with minimal fuss and no traces left to incriminate Warner. He drives off into the sunrise to hang up his gun and retire to his home in Geneva.

Then into his life comes Gina, a hauntingly beautiful divorcee, fugitive from a bad marriage. The timing is perfect, coinciding as it does with Warner’s new beginning. They soon become lovers, and all seems set fair for a life together.

Their idyll is shattered when a former associate turns against Warner, and he faces exposure and arrest. Accompanied by Gina, he flees his Geneva home, only to run from the clutches of the Swiss police into the far deadlier embrace of a Marseilles crime syndicate whose boss has a score to settle on behalf of Warner’s last victim. Suddenly Gina is at risk through her association with him, and in trying to protect her he only makes matters worse.

His retirement plans in shreds, his life on the line, Warner is forced to stage a comeback. Only this time it’s not for money. It’s for blood, pure and simple.

My Thoughts
This book was a quick read, had a very interesting plot. Lex Lander wrote some very intriguing characters, and I really enjoyed reading about them and being apart of their adventure. 'End As An Assassin' was an action packed, adrenaline filled, adventure.
I would have liked to see a bit more clarity and brevity in some parts because I felt like it was too jumpy in some part.
Other than that it was a very enjoyable read and I felt like I was right there with the characters in the heat of the action.
I'm interested to see what else Lex Lander has to offer.
* I received this book in exchange for an honest review. All opinions expressed in this review are my own. I did not receive compensation for this review.

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