Exit ​Strategy (Nadia Stafford 1.) 4 csillagozás

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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…

Eredeti megjelenés éve: 2007

Sphere, London, 2007
496 oldal · puhatáblás · ISBN: 9780751538120
Bantam, 2007
514 oldal · ISBN: 0553588192 · ASIN: B000SMQFZY
Spectra, 2007
480 oldal · ISBN: 0553588192

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“So you’re the new hitwoman. Lovely. We’re so pleased to meet you.” Frances rolled her eyes and looked at me. “Bet you’ve never had that greeting before.”


The place had once been a home—a real one—occupied, undoubtedly, by a real family. It appeared to have begun life as a two-story Victorian but, like most of us, had spread with age.


The last time I’d set foot in one of death’s holding pens—sorry, “retirement homes”—I’d been thirteen, visiting my great-aunt Anna. The same Aunt Anna who’d sworn she’d die if her kids ever put her in a home. She didn’t belong in a retirement home. First, she’d never retired, having run a cake-decorating business right up to the minute her kids stuck the For Sale sign on her front lawn. Second, though she was ninety-one, her brain was as sharp as ever, which was part of the problem. With her body wasting, she needed live-in help and she could be difficult. When the third nurse quit, Aunt Anna’s children gave up and put her in a home. Two weeks later, the old woman’s prediction came true. She died. There’s a moral in there somewhere. I think it’s “don’t have kids.”


“Tomorrow?” he said. “You want to jog? I’ll follow.”
“You run?”
“Only if someone’s chasing. I’ll drive.”


Next time you’re in a house with an armed stranger waiting for a serial killer? Don’t come creeping down the hallway.


He turned, took in the yard in one sweep and headed right for my cover. Could he see me here? You idiot, there’s only one place in this yard big enough to hide you. Where else would you be?

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