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Publisher's Summary

While carrying out a hit on a terrorist financier, Victor finds himself the target of an assassin who proves to be just as deadly as he is. Never one to let such a thing go, Victor sets about hunting down his attacker and those who sent her. She is Raven - a freelance assassin with a dark past and hidden agenda. If Victor wants to stay alive, he must find out who Raven really is and what she is truly after. Does she really want him dead, or does someone else want them to kill each other?
With the stakes growing higher by the minute - as a city-wide blackout plunges Manhattan into darkness - Victor and Raven must decide who is friend and who is foe before a deadly terrorist plot threatens to consume the city and them along with it.
©2015 Tom Hinshelwood (P)2015 Tantor
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4 out of 5 stars
By jessie on 12-03-15

Not my favorite

I love victors character and the narrator is amazing. But this is my least favorite book of them. The story was kind of boring and the female character Raven was annoying.

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4 of 4 people found this review helpful

2 out of 5 stars
By John R. Holmes, Jr. on 10-22-15

The Author Has Run Out of Material

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

I've enjoyed all the prior Victor the Assassin books and loved them. The author must be getting tired, because this one is different.

In the first place, Victor has stopped being a scary assassin and started being a smarty-pants. Perhaps more important, this book is very low on plot development, being comprised mainly of boring foot chases and car chases.These don't advance the story at all and only serve as filler to meet some word-count target.

I hope the author gets a second wind, but after this lame effort I'm not optimistic.

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7 of 8 people found this review helpful

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