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The Hitman Cometh

2.71  ·  Rating Details ·  7 Ratings  ·  1 Review
Mass Market Paperback, 368 pages
Published October 2nd 1989 by Dell (first published 1988)
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1.5 star review by Amber

When I read the blurb for this story I was struck by how unique it sounded. A hit man and a coyote shifter…? The hit man doesn’t complete the hit because the coyote shifter offered him sex?? REALLY? I was so intrigued and I had to find out what it was all about. It seemed so farfetched but at the same time I wanted to read it to know the story. Let’s just say I probably should have passed this one up. It was so fragmented that I couldn’t really get into it.

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Robert J. Ray is the author of the writing guide The Weekend Novelist and eight Matt Murdock mysteries, including Murdock Cracks Ice.

He has taught college literature, writing, and tennis. He lives in Seattle.
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