It takes a bad man to hunt evil
If the assassin known only as Victor once had a moral compass, it is long since buried, along with his many victims. Yet some men are so evil, even Victor accepts they must die for reasons other than just money.
One such man is Milan Rados, a former commander in the Serbian army who has escaped trial at The Hague to become a formidable criminal power. Tracking down and killing this brutal man will win Victor a reprieve for his own recent crimes on British soil.
But Victor isn't the only one who wants Rados dead. Ana, whose family was butchered on the tyrant's orders, will do anything to see Rados' blood spilled on the snow of Eastern Europe. Now Victor has an unlikely ally - but an army stands between them and justice.
©2016 Tom Hinshelwood (P)2016 Hachette Audio
I continue to be amazed at the simplicity and yet intriguing story lines from Tom Wood... the mistakes that show imperfections in the main protagonist and yet the sheer will to achieve. very enjoyable...
After listening to this I felt that it was a time to die. Managed 3/4 of the story before I finally just had to give in.
Characters felt lifeless and grey. Story was as predictable as a corrie script. Narrator a big let down too; I stills nothing into the characters, making no attempt to try and bring them to life.
After having the title recommended by Audible I feel hugely let down.
I liked how you got to hear more about Victor's past, I've always wanted to know where he came from,
The end scene is good, I like it when Victor gets mad
I hope there's going to be more Victor, I wouldn't mind seeing a film of this book
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Always a good listen. Victor embarks on troubled double dealing story, with twists at every turn.
I don't usually offer a negative response but I was so looking forward to listening to this and I haven't got passed the first 20 mins..I really tried!
The spoiler is the narrator, absolutely dreadful and belonged to Jackanory for 6 year olds
Not if its the same narrator
Almost anyone, the postman would have done a better job.
I started reading the book so therefore the story did initially hook me.
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