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A Dangerous Man (Hank Thompson Series #3)

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  • Posted January 14, 2010

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    Those were the days...

    Hank Thompson is a dangerous man, a hit man working for a Russian mob boss. But Hank's life isn't any easier than it was when he was running from people who wanted something he didn't have, running from people he knew he had something they wanted, and running from the police. Hank is a different person in A Dangerous Man. Addicted to pills and painkillers, he needs a handful of medication just to get him through the day. But it's all to protect his parents. Hank stumbles through the rest of his life, self-medicating, in a constant state of depression. Hank's life is spiraling out of his control and into the control of his mafioso employer and his right hand man. Hank is finally pushed too far and takes control back, but a little too late. If you loved the first two novels [Caught Stealing and Six Bad Things] you probably won't like this one as much. It is definitely not like its predecessors. It is much darker, less action and energy. Still very well-written. I love Huston's dialogue and his first person POV. You'll like it simply because it's a Huston novel. Everything that happens to Hank is totally unexpected and it will keep you on edge just like the other books did. Great wrap-up to a great trilogy.

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