Bad Luck in Berlin (Victor the Assassin #1.5)
Victor has been out of the game for six months - but he's as deadly as ever. He's in Berlin, preparing for his first assignment as a CIA contractor: taking out the scout of a notorious crime lord. No one is supposed to die - not yet - but as Victor tracks his target, he realises he's not the only one interested in the scout . . . and if Victor is going to do his job, he ha...more
After he was forced to give up of his freedom, contract killer Victor is now on the CIA’s payroll. What fun - a handler telling him who to gank and when to do it.
This time it’s a crime lord, and Victor takes up surveillance of the man’s trusted scout. Soon he realizes he’s not the only party interested in the guy, and that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Complications arise, plans need to be changed. Bad Luck…in Berlin.
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Bad Luck in Berlin sets up the premise for Victor's career in CIA. Even as Victor thinks of himself as a man without ties or any feeling of emotions, he plays the Samaritan to perfection while rescuing a pretty bartender from a fate worse than death even without h ...more
Victor does his first job for his new boss in CIA and it to kill someone in Berlin, he has to follow someone so he know where the person he has to kill is staying, but the person all so has some one following him so Victor watches them and another man turns up the Casino.
Where ever Victor goes other people get hurt even if there are the bad people
This book is the one before The Enemy but you can only get it on Kindle
Victor is in Berlin on his first assignment with his "new employer" the CIA which is to take out the scout of a notorious crime lord. While doing his visual, he notices a couple more guys like him on assignment too (from different bosses though). Most of the novella takes place in a casino - but again, way too sh ...more
I have read other books in this series but I think this would be an ideal book to any new Tom Wood reader to get an insight into both the writer and the series.
I did enjoy the book but rated it only three stars due to the length of it and not the overall quality.
In this short story Victor is in Berlin, preparing for his first assignment as a CIA contractor where he is taking out the scout of a notorious crime lord.
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Also I found Victor doing things that, take it ...more
Victor as always kept me turning the pages. Interesting how he sometimes does the unexpected. Like save someone who he doesn't even and funny how that someone will never know just how close they came to the edge...
He is the author of THE HUNTER, BAD LUCK IN BERLIN and THE ENEMY.
Tom's books are known by different titles in some countries so please be careful when purchasing.