Keller is a regular guy. He goes to the movies, works on his stamp collection. Call him for jury duty and he serves without complaint. Then every so often, he gets a phone call from White Plains that sends him flying off somewhere to kill a perfect stranger.
Keller is a pro and very good at what he does. But the jobs have started to go wrong. The realization is slow coming, yet when it arrives, it is irrefutable: Someone out there is trying to hit the hit man. Keller, God help him, has found his way onto somebody else's hit list.
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Gallows humour at its best
The dry humour and the dry wit.
The overall plot is less important than the mini-plots as Keller's ingenious plans unfold, while negotiating this dangerous profession.
He perfectly captured Keller's dead-pan dry humour.
Just sheer enjoyment, transports you out of your daily humdrum life and keeps you on the edge of your seat rooting for Keller, while also caring about some of the victims (but not too much).
Keller's sense of place: I love New York and stories set in New York. I discovered Keller years ago. Being able to enjoy Keller in another medium was such a treat (not always a given). In this case it was a Bull's Eye.
- A. Tanneberger