Reader reviews for Lethal Experiment

A grossly amoral novel glorifying assassination; rife with profanities and vulgarities. The author has talent that could be better applied.
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The second in the Donovan Creed books, this one is another winner. As with the others, I could not put this one down either. I am just so glad I stumbled upon John Locke's books after the fith one so that I could read them all back to back and not have to wait in between. In this book, Creed is trying to decide if he cam live a normal life with the woman he loves and her adopted daughter. First, of course, he has a little bit of assasin work to do for his evil midget friend, the "Lethal Experiment." In this book we get to see a more tender side of the assasin, the one that falls in love and tries to decide if he can cut his ties with the underworld and become a family man. A quick read like all of Lockes other books and quite a steal at the Nook price! Great entertainment!
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