Killer with a Heart

Killer with a Heart

by J. L. Hill

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ISBN-13: 9781479795499
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Publication date: 04/05/2013
Pages: 254
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.58(d)

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Killer With A Heart 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
HumorMyWay More than 1 year ago
This book wasn't too bad. It had a nice flow and good plot points, I did find it hard to get into at first and there were things that total gross me out. This book has a little of everything in it romance, passion, hate, confusion, mob, killing, action, love, murder, and gangs to name a few. It isn’t like any book I have ever read. I do find it to be believable and most likely some of these things have happen in real life. I have to say this book blows my mind, it is in an area I know little about. All in all it was worth the read, I didn’t care for some of the details or the language. This is a story of a kid in a gang that steals more than money from the mob. In return they want him dead. The mob takes out a hit but the hit man end up dead, that doesn’t stop the mob nor does it stop Morris from taking what he wants. In return the mob kills people close to Morris. Morris takes that as an all out war and people start dropping like flies. Morris shows the mobs they have pick on the wrong man in more ways than one. I really can’t go into more or it would give the story away. I will say there are a lot of twist and turns along with a lot of action. Most of the people have more than one name and at times it is a little confusing who that person is. You do not always know at first who is talking and have to back tract so it is a little confusing but with some editing this could it would be find. I do feel this does not take away from the book at all. I am sorry but I have to say this when someone takes a dump in your mouth that is just way too much for me lol. It isn’t a book I am sorry I read for I did enjoy most of it.