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Killer King (Killers Incorporated, #3)

4.33  ·  Rating details ·  6 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Sometimes it’s good to be the king.

Leon Garber never wanted to be CEO of any corporation, let alone the one that'd been trying to kill him for the past year and a half. Of course, Like-Minded Individuals Inc. built their fortune on supporting serial killers. Leon should know; he used to be one of their best clients. Until LMI turned on him. That’s why it made no sense when
Kindle Edition, 326 pages
Published October 26th 2016 by Books We Love Ltd.
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Catherine Cavendish
Apr 10, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Stuart R. West is not a writer to be easily pigeon-holed. He writes crime, thrillers, comedy and horror. One thing you can always guarantee though is that, when you embark on one of his books, you are in for an absorbing and entertaining ride from page one right through to the end. This third in the Killers Incorporated series, featuring the notorious LMI, sees Leon Garber promoted and taking on new responsibilities while still dealing with the, loyal but more than a little stupid, Cody who has ...more
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I voluntary received an advanced reader copy of Killer King, however since I didn’t start reading unit after the book was released I went ahead and grabbed my own edited copy off of Kindle Unlimited. 

Stuart is one of the very first authors to submit to our blog when we first started and has submitted to us consistently ever since; so, it is hard for me when I don’t instantly fall in love with his work.   I read the fist in this series back in March of 2015 and now reading the last installment in
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Nov 20, 2016 rated it it was amazing
The final (probably) book in the Killers Incorporated series is a satisfying ending to a fun and unique series. You should take yourself to Amazon or wherever to read Books 1 and 2 before you tackle this one. So, go. Leave. Beat it. Come back when you're prepared for one of the wackiest thriller (not quite) mystery (sort of) comedy (getting there)...all of those and more.

Quick summary: Leon is a serial killer. The villain, right? Uh, no. Leon is the hero. Stay with me here. He's a killer with a
Yolanda Renee
Dec 03, 2016 rated it really liked it
The third book in the Killers Incorporated Trilogy, Killer King, by Stuart R. West, brings the story full circle. Leon Garber is now heading the corporation of Like-Minded Individuals. Under the thumb of the live mannequin, Sheera Rasmussen, the widow of the former CEO, he's in over his head. For some reason, someone, or is it everyone, wants Leon dead.

Leon has to figure out who, while retaining control of an empire he hopes to destroy. His long-suffering love, Nanette, the black widow killer is
Heather Brainerd
Dec 08, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Just as exciting as the first two books in this series, Killer King once again kept me on the edge of my seat. What could be better than tons of action, humor to lighten the mood, and a bunch of serial killers who somehow manage to be endearing? With plenty of twists to keep you guessing, this book ties things together nicely for a satisfying end to the trilogy.
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