Hit and Run Keller series Book 4

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HarperCollins e-books #ad - He's stranded halfway across the country, and every cop in America has just seen his picture. In the mirror. Keller calls his associate Dot in White Plains, but there's no answer. Waiting in des moines for the client's go-ahead, Keller's picking out stamps for his collection at a shop in Urbandale when somebody guns down the charismatic governor of Ohio.

His id and credit cards are no longer good, and he just spent almost all of his cash on the stamps. Now what? A face he's seen quite often. For years now Keller's had places to go and people to kill. But enough is enough. Every morning. Back at his motel, Keller sees the killer's face broadcast on TV. Just one more job—paid in advance—and he's going to retire.

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Hit Parade Keller series Book 3

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HarperCollins e-books #ad - The inconvenient wife, he'll take care of them all, the vicious dog, the greedy business partner, the troublesome sports star, quietly and efficiently. If it wasn't for the fact that he kills people for a living, he'd be just your average Joe. Then again, in this game, there are plenty of opportunities for some inventive improvisation.

If the price is right. Like the rest of us, Keller's starting to worry about his retirement. After all, he's not getting any younger. A bit lonely, sometimes. Industrious. His nest egg needs fattening up. Of course, being less choosy means taking greater risks—and that could buy Keller some big trouble. And a determined self-motivator can make a killing.

Hit Parade Keller series Book 3 #ad - . Keller is friendly. His victims, on the other hand, aren't getting any older. So he contacts his "booking agent, " Dot, up in White Plains, and tells her to keep the hits coming. He'll take any job, anywhere.

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Hit Me Keller series Book 5

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Mulholland Books #ad - You've been missed. Bestselling author and grand master lawrence block returns to his deadliest hitman a man named nicholas edwards lives in New Orleans renovating houses, doing honest work and making decent money at it. It may say nicholas edwards on his driver's license and credit cards, but he's back to being the man he always was: Keller.

Keller's work takes him to new York, the former home he hasn't dared revisit, where his target is the abbot of a midtown monastery. But the high drama comes in Cheyenne, where a recent widow is looking to sell her husband's stamp collection. In hit me, legendary edgar grandmaster and New York Times bestselling author Lawrence Block returns to one of his most beloved characters.

Hit Me Keller series Book 5 #ad - Between his family and his stamp collection, all his spare time is happily accounted for. Sometimes it's hard to remember that he used to kill people for a living. But when the nation's economy tanks, taking the construction business with it, all it takes is one phone call to drag him back into the game. Welcome back, Keller.

Another call puts him on a west indies cruise, and, his wife, the incandescent young woman keeping the witness company, sharing Keller's cabin, with several interesting fellow passengers-the government witness, Julia.

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Hit List Keller series Book 2

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HarperCollins e-books #ad - Keller, god help him, has found his way onto somebody else's hit list. Then every so often he gets a phone call from White Plains that sends him flying off somewhere to kill a perfect stranger. Keller is a regular guy. But the jobs have started to go wrong. The realization is slow coming yet, when it arrives, it is irrefutable: Someone out there is trying to hit the hit man.

Call him for jury duty and he serves without complaint. Keller is a pro and very good at what he does. He goes to the movies, works on his stamp collection.

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Hit Man Keller series Book 1

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HarperCollins e-books #ad - He goes to a shrink, but it doesn't work out the way he planned. Watches a little TV. It's a living. Keller is your basic urban Lonely Guy. He makes a decent wage, lives in a nice apartment. Works the crossword puzzle. He gets a dog, he gets a girlfriend. But is it a life? Keller's not sure. He gets along. Until the phone rings and he packs a suitcase, gets on a plane, flies halfway across the country.

. And kills somebody.

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Keller's Fedora Kindle Single

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LB Productions #ad - When he gets to baker’s bluff, Illinois, he’ll have to play private detective before he can get down to business. But it’s complicated. So before he boards his train, before he even packs his suitcase, Keller buys a fedora. Keller, doting father, and dedicated philatelist, a faithful husband, has become a guilty pleasure for an increasing number of readers.

He knows how it works. Usually there’s someone ready to point him toward the target. Or, bare minimum, a name and address. Not this time. Or he’ll have a photo, say. They don’t think they should like the guy—but they just can’t help themselves. Cover design by Adil Dara. Well, okay. In this brand-new novella, everyone’s favorite assassin for hire, is Chicago-bound on Amtrak's City of New Orleans, Keller, ready to do what he does best.

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Out on the Cutting Edge Matthew Scudder Mysteries Book 7

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HarperCollins e-books #ad - And in this neighborhood of the lost, he's finding love—and death—in the worst possible places. But her frantic father heard that Schudder is the best—and now the ex-cop-turned-p. I. Then eats their dreams. Matthew scudder understands the futility of his search for a longtime missing Midwestern innocent who wanted to be an actress in the vast meat-grinder called New York City.

. This is a city that seduces dreamers. Is scouring the hell called Hell's Kitchen looking for anything that might resemble a lead.

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A Drop of the Hard Stuff Matthew Scudder Mysteries Book 17

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Little, Brown and Company #ad - Immersing himself in Ellery's world may lead him right back to the bar stool. In a novel widely celebrated by critics and readers, Lawrence Block circle back to how it all began, reestablishing the Matthew Scudder series as one of the pinnacles of American detective fiction. Block's best. A drop of the hard stuff keeps us guessing.

Tom nolan, wall street journalfacing his demons in his first year of sobriety, Matthew Scudder finds himself on the trail of a killer. One of them may be a killer, but that's not necessarily Scudder's greatest danger. Right up there with Mr. When scudder's childhood friend jack ellery is murdered, Scudder reluctantly begins his own investigation, presumably while attempting to atone for past sins, with just one lead: Ellery's Alcoholics Anonymous list of people he wronged.

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Time to Murder and Create Matthew Scudder Mysteries Book 2

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HarperCollins e-books #ad - But he's willing to risk his own life and limb to confront Spinner's most murderously aggressive marks. A job's a job after all -- and Scudder's been paid to find a killer -- by the victim. In advance. Small-time stoolie, made a lot of new enemies when he switched careers, Jake " The Spinner" Jablon, from informer to blackmailer.

So no one is surprised when the pigeon is found floating in the East River with his skull bashed in. And what's worse, no one cares -- except Matthew Scudder. The ex-cop-turned-private-eye is no conscientious avenging angel. And the more "clients", he figured, the more money -- and more people eager to see him dead.

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The Sins of the Fathers Matthew Scudder Mysteries Book 1

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HarperCollins e-books #ad - The pretty young prostitute is dead. But the dead girl's fatherhas come to matthew Scudder for answers, sending the unlicensed private investigator in search of terrible truths about a life that was lived and lost in a sordid world of perversion and pleasures. The case is closed. Her alleged murderer—a minister's son—hanged himself in his jail cell.

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Everybody Dies Matthew Scudder Mysteries Book 14

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HarperCollins e-books #ad - It's a world where nothing is certain and nobody's safe, a random universe where no one's survival can be taken for granted. He's living in a world where the past is a minefield, the present is a war zone, and the future's an open question. Not even his own. A world where everybody dies. The crime rate's down and the stock market's up.

. Gentrification's prettying-up the old neighborhood. The new york streets don't look so mean anymore. Then all hell breaks loose. Scudder quickly discovers the spruced-up sidewalks are as mean as ever, dark and gritty and stained with blood. Matt scudder is finally leading a comfortable life.

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