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Kill Fee (Stevens & Windermere) by [Laukkanen, Owen]
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"["Kill Fee "is] further proof that Laukkanen is one of the best young thriller writers working today. His pace is relentless, his plots are satisfyingly intricate and his prose is cut-to-the-bone lean . . . Perhaps as importantly, his books boast social relevance. Like David Baldacci, a veteran of the thinking man's thriller genre, Laukkanen understands the value of tying an exhilarating adventure back to the pressing concerns of the real world."--"Richmond Times-Dispatch"
"Just two books in ["The Professionals "and "Criminal Enterprise"] and Laukkanen is a master at elevating stakes and keeping those prize pages turning. Book No. 3 in the Stevens & Windermere series, "Kill Fee," is even better." --Sarah Weinman, "National Post"
"Blistering pace and a stomach-turning homicide-for-hire scheme . . . Laukkanen keeps readers engaged with a serpentine plot that writhes through high-tech and low-life corruption." --"Publishers Weekly"
"Pulse-pounding...you won't put this third Stevens and Windermere installment down unfinished."--"Kirkus Reviews"

["Kill Fee "is] further proof that Laukkanen is one of the best young thriller writers working today. His pace is relentless, his plots are satisfyingly intricate and his prose is cut-to-the-bone lean . . . Perhaps as importantly, his books boast social relevance. Like David Baldacci, a veteran of the thinking man s thriller genre, Laukkanen understands the value of tying an exhilarating adventure back to the pressing concerns of the real world. "Richmond Times-Dispatch"
Just two books in ["The Professionals "and "Criminal Enterprise"] and Laukkanen is a master at elevating stakes and keeping those prize pages turning. Book No. 3 in the Stevens & Windermere series, "Kill Fee," is even better. Sarah Weinman, "National Post"
Blistering pace and a stomach-turning homicide-for-hire scheme . . . Laukkanen keeps readers engaged with a serpentine plot that writhes through high-tech and low-life corruption. "Publishers Weekly"
Pulse-pounding you won t put this third Stevens and Windermere installment down unfinished. "Kirkus Reviews""

[Kill Fee is] further proof that Laukkanen is one of the best young thriller writers working today. His pace is relentless, his plots are satisfyingly intricate and his prose is cut-to-the-bone lean . . . Perhaps as importantly, his books boast social relevance. Like David Baldacci, a veteran of the thinking man s thriller genre, Laukkanen understands the value of tying an exhilarating adventure back to the pressing concerns of the real world. Richmond Times-Dispatch
Just two books in [The Professionals and Criminal Enterprise] and Laukkanen is a master at elevating stakes and keeping those prize pages turning. Book No. 3 in the Stevens & Windermere series, Kill Fee, is even better. Sarah Weinman, National Post
Blistering pace and a stomach-turning homicide-for-hire scheme . . . Laukkanen keeps readers engaged with a serpentine plot that writhes through high-tech and low-life corruption. Publishers Weekly
Pulse-pounding you won t put this third Stevens and Windermere installment down unfinished. Kirkus Reviews"

"[Kill Fee is] further proof that Laukkanen is one of the best young thriller writers working today. His pace is relentless, his plots are satisfyingly intricate and his prose is cut-to-the-bone lean . . . Perhaps as importantly, his books boast social relevance. Like David Baldacci, a veteran of the thinking man's thriller genre, Laukkanen understands the value of tying an exhilarating adventure back to the pressing concerns of the real world."--Richmond Times-Dispatch

"Just two books in [The Professionals and Criminal Enterprise] and Laukkanen is a master at elevating stakes and keeping those prize pages turning. Book No. 3 in the Stevens & Windermere series, Kill Fee, is even better." --Sarah Weinman, National Post

"Blistering pace and a stomach-turning homicide-for-hire scheme . . . Laukkanen keeps readers engaged with a serpentine plot that writhes through high-tech and low-life corruption." --Publishers Weekly

"Pulse-pounding...you won't put this third Stevens and Windermere installment down unfinished."--Kirkus Reviews

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In Saint Paul, Minnesota state investigator Kirk Stevens and his sometime colleague FBI special agent Carla Windermere witness the assassination of a local billionaire. The shooter flees the scene, but not before the pair see his face - and the blank expression in his eyes. Stevens and Windermere investigate and are led across the country, down dead ends and into long-forgotten cold cases, until they finally discover a chilling clue: a high tech murder-for-hire website. It's a break in the case but only the beginning. Who is the dead-eyed shooter? Who recruits the assassins? And who profits from the fee? It is a race against the clock, and the killer has his next target in sight...

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1529 KB
  • Print Length: 402 pages
  • Publisher: Corvus; Main edition (2 October 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00N6WPHPM
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,584 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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