A Killer Present

A Killer Present

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by B.J. Kenneth
     
 
He retired from his life as an assassin. He left that world behind. He lived as an ordinary person. But Bill Fairing is no ordinary person.

When his daughter was murdered by some of the very people he would have once killed, he got sucked back into the job. Now, Bill Fairing is once again an assassin, on the trail of a dangerous man.

What he

Overview

He retired from his life as an assassin. He left that world behind. He lived as an ordinary person. But Bill Fairing is no ordinary person.

When his daughter was murdered by some of the very people he would have once killed, he got sucked back into the job. Now, Bill Fairing is once again an assassin, on the trail of a dangerous man.

What he doesn't realize is the toll his mission will take on his friends, his family, and most of all, himself.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940014787512
Publisher:
Brian Schaeflein
Publication date:
06/04/2012
Series:
Man of Constant Sorrow , #2
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
198
Sales rank:
1,132,316
File size:
1 MB

Meet the Author

B.J. Kenneth is a life-long Chicago native. A long-suffering Cubs fan living on the South Side, B.J. is no stranger to disappointment, nor the harsh realities of a city that could best be described as bipolar.

B.J. is the author of the Man of Constant Sorrow series of Mystery-Suspense-Thrillers featuring former government assassin Bill Fairing and Chicago Police Detective Lilly Montgomery. The first novel, A Killer Past, was first released in April 2011. The second novel, A Killer Present, was released in June 2012.

A second series, The Extractor, featuring Mick Michael, an ex-military, ex-convict is set to be published in 2013.

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A Killer Present 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
book of this series. Again the crimes were to descriptive and the language strong. At times the characters actions did not seem true to who they were supposed to be. With that said I am still looking forward to the next book of the series. KW
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The main male character reminded me of a Jack Reacher kind of guy but better and mysterious. Look out author Lee Childs, you have some competition .