The Hunter: (Victor the Assassin 1) - Victor (Paperback)Tom Wood (author)
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His name is a cover
He has no home
And he kills for a living
Victor is a hitman, a man with no past and no surname. His world is one of paranoia and obsessive attention to detail; his morality lies either dead or dying. No one knows what truly motivates the hunter. No one gets close enough to ask.
When a Paris job goes spectacularly wrong, Victor finds himself running for his life across four continents, pursued by a kill squad and investigated by secret services from more than one country. With meticulous style, Victor plans his escape . . . and takes the fight to his would-be killers.
In this first novel in the explosive Victor series, it's not about right and wrong - only about who lives and who dies.
Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
Number of pages: 544
Weight: 368 g
Dimensions: 197 x 127 x 34 mm
A nonstop, breathless, trimmed-to-the-bone thriller with action sequences that are absolutely state-of-the-art. It's the best chase novel I've read in years * Joseph Finder *
An impressively intricate thriller . . . The scenes are vivid and the plot revelations parcelled out at expert intervals . . . Exciting * New Yorker *
A superlative debut . . . Thriller fans will be eager to see more from this bright new talent * Publishers Weekly, starred review *
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TWO in the heart, one in the head.
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“quick paced thrilling read”
wow - the speed of this novel makes you want to read in one sitting. Great plot, twists and turns with believable characters - now waiting for the next book from Tom Wood
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