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The Executioner's Game

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Luther Green is the very best at what he does. But the mastery of his profession is nothing he can brag about. It's nothing for which he will ever be officially recognized and it will never earn him a large paycheck. But there is a high likelihood that Luther's proficiency at his job will get him killed.

Luther Green is a government assassin. For more than a decade, he has
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Hardcover, 320 pages
Published January 4th 2005 by William Morrow (first published January 1st 2005)
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Feb 25, 2010 D.K. rated it really liked it
Luther Green is a government assassin working for an agency known as E-1. Luther is called off his current mission from somewhere overseas and brought back to America. The director of E-1 personally assigns him to a new assignment--find and kill the man who trained Luther as an agent, Alex Deaver.

Although Luther accepts the task, he finds that the director's behavior and the assignment odd. Deaver leads Luther on a cat and mouse chase that takes the reluctant assassin back to hometown, Detroit.
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Excellence!!
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Third rate. Story is weak and character developement is poor. Reader's time would be better used listening to the rap music the author seems so wrapped up in.
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