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Marilyn StasioFans of this offbeat series already know that the chances of Stanley's getting anything right are fairly slim. But the fun of having him around again, if just to ponder the modern-day failure of the Socratic method, is worth the agony of watching him trip over his own feet or lose yet another intellectual argument with his wife. Hitman is the kind of pithy, clever, modestly erudite mystery that was once a genre staple. It's nice to know somebody still has the knack.
—The New York Times