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Lethal People
     

Lethal People

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by John Locke
 

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Would you let a child die if your family were threatened?

When the government wants someone to disappear without a trace, they put in a call to Donovan Creed. Creed is a man of many identities, a ruthless assassin with access to all the technology that the military can offer. You don't want to take on Creed. But then again, most don't even see him coming

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Would you let a child die if your family were threatened?

When the government wants someone to disappear without a trace, they put in a call to Donovan Creed. Creed is a man of many identities, a ruthless assassin with access to all the technology that the military can offer. You don't want to take on Creed. But then again, most don't even see him coming.

When Creed meets an orphaned girl, she reminds him of his own daughter, and he swears to protect her from the men who killed her parents. But when his involvement becomes public knowledge amongst the criminal fraternity, Creed and his family also become targets...

Product Details

BN ID:
2940000905142
Publisher:
John Locke
Publication date:
04/13/2010
Series:
Donovan Creed Series , #1
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
141,942
File size:
703 KB

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John Locke is a New York Times bestselling author, eighth member of the Kindle Million Sales Club, and the first self-published author in history to hit the number 1 spot on Kindle. He lives in Kentucky.

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Lethal People 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 119 reviews.
mettleh3d More than 1 year ago
I read the Donovan Creed novels out of order, but I was surprised to find myself liking book 1 more than the rest. Starting my experience off with Saving Rachel left me scratching my head about the series but I ventured forth and am not sorry. Fun author, fun stories, fairly dark, plenty awesome.
kealea More than 1 year ago
The book is definitely a shocker. It took a little while for me to really get into it. If you've got high morals - stay away from this one, you'll likely be traumatized. Once I could get into the groove of who Creed is and the dark humor, I found myself unable to dislike his amoral behavior. I couldn't put the book down. It's like a train wreck and like all good train wrecks, you know you shouldn't look - you know what you are going to find is going to be disturbing, but you just can't help yourself. Hope the sequel is just as enjoyable!
MaryEOS More than 1 year ago
This is the first Donovan Creed book and is such a fun surprise!` From the get-go, you just never know what to expect with this guy. A former-CIA, he is an assasin one minute and then opens his heart up to a little girl, a burn victim, the next. This is the first glimpse into Creed's world of assasins, gansters, women, little circus people and evil midgets bent on taking over the world.Could this happen?-of course not, but somehow Locke makes all of this come together and make perfect sense and along the way it is just a laugh-out-loud riot! Another quick read that leaves you craving more Creed by the time you get to the last page!
BookLover78 More than 1 year ago
A sociopathic adventure!
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rmd270 More than 1 year ago
This is my second Donavan Creed story and I was throughly entertained. Lot's of characters with interesting story lines. Creed is ex CIA and he tests government new weapons and works as a contract killer on the side...all this and even has a heart. Again these stories are your mainstream but very interesting and quick reads...I will read more Creed stories.
poppaDS More than 1 year ago
This was a fun book to read about a strange character. After reading this I got several more John Locke books and read them.
JRFL More than 1 year ago
Donovan Creed is Amoral, he kills the guilty without pity, and the innocent with a little sadness, a little regret. He serves justice on the evil and sleazy, in spite of the fact that he may be more guilty than they are themselves. Of course there's something which seperates him from them; he has style and they have not. J.R. Locke Author of Possible Twenty, a Gangster Tale
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Fantastic book! Cant wait to read the next one!
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A fun read!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is wrong. You should not be doing this. So do not.
shiningbranch More than 1 year ago
I do and don't like this. I like a slightly more noble main character for a protagonist. Still, the action and dialog was entertaining, and the characters held my interest. I hope the series improves, and I will try the next book.
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biken4him More than 1 year ago
You will enjoy this character Donovan Creed. He is laugh outloud funny and keeps you wanting for more, I will be reading the rest of this Authors work, can't wait!
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sandyj55 More than 1 year ago
Very entertainning writer...I recommend all his books
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