From the author of the acclaimed Women of the Otherworld series comes an exciting new heroine whose most secret identity is both lucrative…and lethal. Regulars at Nadia’s nature lodge don’t ask what she does in the off-season. And that’s a good thing. If she told them, she’d have to kill them.... show more
From the author of the acclaimed Women of the Otherworld series comes an exciting new heroine whose most secret identity is both lucrative…and lethal. Regulars at Nadia’s nature lodge don’t ask what she does in the off-season. And that’s a good thing. If she told them, she’d have to kill them. She’s a hit woman for a Mafia family. Tough and self-sufficient, Nadia doesn’t owe anyone any explanations. But that doesn’t mean she always works alone. One of her contacts has recruited her in the hunt for a ruthlessly efficient serial killer cutting a swath of terror across the country. The assassin is far too skilled to be an amateur—and the precision of the killings is bringing the Feds much too close to the hit man community for comfort.To put an end to the murders, Nadia will have to turn herself from predator to prey as she employs every trick she knows to find the killer. Before the killer finds her…
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: June 26th 2007
Pages no: 480
Edition language: English
Series: Nadia Stafford (#1)
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This story felt very unlike KA: the characters come out as undeveloped sketches (instead of mysterious), and the pace was SLOW as f***. -_-This has to be the most tedious thriller I have ever read... next to Lisa Gardner's story, "The Other Daughter".I lost count to the number of times in which I si...
Kelley Armstrong takes the hit-man trope and twists it until it screams. Instead of a laconic, male, loner, working on a pay-per-kill basis, we get a female ex-cop, Nadia Stafford, who has a strong social network and the front of house skills to keep the guests at her nature lodge happy but who su...
Mmm Jack reminded me a lot of Gibbs from the tv show Ncis, with his silent almost non verbal communication. It would be nice to see a love connection between him and Nadia. At first I was worried about POV, but its mostly Nadia and a few various characters. After a few unfortunate series busts I was...
If you're reading this book for a paranormal character or an urban fantasy stop now. You won't get that here. If you're reading for a kick-ass female character who knows guns and works in a man's world, then you're reading the right book. This isn't typical Kelley Armstrong fare, this is a mystery....
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