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Hit and Run (Keller Series #4)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 11, 2009

    I Also Recommend:

    The Hit Man Series is definately offbeat, thrilling and dramatic.

    This is the fourth book in the Hit Man series, it was as good and different as the other three. I can only hope that Lawrence Block writes more in the Series. You find yourself pulling for the bad guy, though he doesn't seem to be a bad guy until he kills someone. His outlook on life is almost ordinary unless he's thinking or talking about his "profession".

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  • Posted May 19, 2009

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    Hit, Run, Read

    This was my first Keller book, and I agree with the other reviewers who say it didn't come alive until he hit New Orleans. Who wants to read about some guy staying at cheap motels? But pick up it did, and I enjoyed the story after that. The idea of a stamp-collecting hit man didn't strike me as cute as it might have, but it did serve to make him a more normal guy. And that's important when otherwise you just go around killing people because someone paid you to.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 12, 2008

    Keller returns, framed, lost, confused, and ticked off

    I have read the previous Keller books. It would be best to back track and read his other books either before you read this one or soon after. Keller has become one of my favorite characters. Not easy considering he is an assassin. None the less he has wit, a dry sense of humor and a laid back approach to most things in life. He wants to retire and play with his stamps. This book while enjoyable is not Keller at his best. It bogs down early not coming to life until he hits New Orleans. From that point on the Keller I like reappears. I hope Mr Block continues this series but I have my doubts.

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