An impossible mission, for a man who barely exists.
The mysterious assassin known only as Victor is locked in an uneasy alliance with the CIA. And he has a list: Three names, three victims. Worst of all, Victor is given just two days to take down his targets, forcing him to compromise his usual extreme care.
With each name Victor crosses off his list, the game grows far more complex - and far more lethal. A conspiracy begins to unwind and suddenly this perfect assassin becomes the perfect target.
Zooming from Moscow to London and Washington, and loaded with suspense, twists and sex appeal, The Enemy is a high-octane thrill-ride ideal for fans of Lee Child.
©2012 Tom Hinshelwood (P)2014 Oakhill Publishing
Love listening to crime franchises and historical tales of swashbuckling knights and daring do
One of the best new characters I have found, no more Will Robie coming over the horizon I was chuffed to find Victor
The tensions was palpable in the book and Tesseracts calmness was chilling
The readers tonality and acting skills made you feel like you were watching a drama
Victor the assassin, ice cold but with a heart
Thoroughly recommend to all
Great narrator, but story not quite as gripping and interesting as the first book, intrigued to see where it goes from here though.
Victor is good at what he does, that is until someone wants him dead. Its hard to stay alive when people want you desd, but thats what victod must do
The first book was brilliant and this may even surpass it. So its looking like this is going to be a great series of books
What enemy when victors around he finishes them off.
How Tom Wood makes his readers care so much about a hired killer is a mystery but we do care and I found myself rooting for Victor. I enjoyed seeing the different facets of the characters lives. The only bits I would cut down on are the exhaustive descriptions of the weapons' capabilities. These do tend to stall the story's momentum. However that is a small niggle really and it hasn't stopped me reading the second book straight after finishing the first! I'm looking forward to reading the next instalment in the near future...
68 male doctorate
A person with time to waste
No characterisation.If you want to read about killing after killing then this could be for you.
I'm nearly 70 and have read thousands of books. Although I now read much easier books I can say tha t this was one of the worst books I have ever read!
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