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Summary

Fergus Fletcher is a hit man. For five thousand pounds, he'll kill anyone you want. For seven, he'll frame someone else. Pretending to kill someone is a first, but Alex Pennan has stolen from the mob and needs to fake his own death.

Fergus is looking for love. So is Sam Ireland, a private investigator and part-time bike messenger. But she's got her hands on a very important package and is in a world of trouble with the mob. Joe Pepper, pillar of society and corrupt gangland fixer, will stop at nothing - nothing at all - to intercept the package and protect his reputation.

Can Alex stay dead while his widow dances on his grave? Can Joe save himself before his stomach ulcer explodes? Can Fergus and Sam make it to a second date before Joe hires him to kill her?

Welcome to Glasgow. It's a love story.

©2016 Jay Stringer (P)2017 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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Entertaining story - OTT voices

Enjoyed the story but it takes a while to get used to the voices and, what sounded like, put on accents.

The narrator, rather than the characters, sounded more like the dramatic voice over for a film trailer and was a bit off putting to start with, but if you persevere and manage to get passed that then it is a good listen.

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  • Bubumilo
  • 17-04-20

Couldn't listen to Heather Wilds

Made it a few hours in but the female voice was driving me nuts. I did try slowing her down to 90%, which was better but too many books out there to compromise.

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  • Brett McAteer
  • 10-08-19

Great Series

very ready for the next book in this series. this is really enjoyable and gripping.

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  • Debbie Martin
  • 31-07-19

Love the title!

This is a great story with a great ending. I had a hard time following the story because of the thick Scottish accents but I got the just of it.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 08-07-19

Damn!

This is another heavy hitting seat of your pants wild ride crime fiction!!!

this series get better and better!