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Publisher's Summary

Carmen Gragera is a gifted international assassin.
So was her lover, Alex Williams, before he was savagely murdered by a powerful syndicate who considered each end-of-cycle.
Carmen escaped their wrath while within her, with Alex dead, her own wrath grew.
Now, through unusual means, she's seeking her revenge against the syndicate for Alex's death.
Assisting her is an eccentric Park Avenue-based seasonings heiress and a 103-year-old former psychiatrist whose contacts run deep. Also joining her is fellow assassin Vincent Spocatti, with whom Carmen has worked before, and for whom she has the utmost respect.
But is the respect mutual?
In From Manhattan with Revenge, where there are so many twists, they eventually form a noose that whips around Carmen's neck, revenge comes at a cost higher than she ever anticipated.
From the number-one international best-selling author of Fifth Avenue, Running of the Bulls, From Manhattan with Love, A Rush to Violence, and the Bullied Series, From Manhattan with Revenge is a tense thriller that features Christopher Smith at his best.
©2012 Christopher Smith (P)2012 Fifth Avenue Production, Inc.
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"Put me down as an enthusiastic Christopher Smith fan. Smith is a cultural genius." (Stephen King)
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By S. Wells on 12-10-12

Light Diversion

This is good for brief entertainment, light, forgettable, might be better with a better reader. I am not sure of the point of the story, however.

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