The Imperfect Assassin

The Imperfect Assassin

by Mark McKay

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How far would you go to serve your country?

Take a woman, whose physical abilities have been enhanced by the latest genetic technology. Train her to use them to kill enemies of the state. Put her out in the field and let her do her job. And when she's done your bidding and she's no more use to you, decommission her with extreme prejudice. If you can.

Nick Severance has a new assignment. When his wedding celebrations in Japan are interrupted by news of a local killing in unusual circumstances, he is ordered to find the person responsible. His first clue takes him to London, and from there he goes on the hunt for a woman who manages to stays one step ahead as she does the lethal job she was trained for.

By the time they meet, she's being sought by several people and the results of her actions threaten to harm thousands more. Can she redeem herself? Does she want to? And will Nick help, hinder or kill her?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940157233372
Publisher: Mark McKay
Publication date: 01/07/2017
Series: The Severance Series , #4
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 350
Sales rank: 463,488
File size: 669 KB

About the Author

Mark McKay did a number of things before becoming a novelist – van driver, wine salesman, psychiatric orderly, Santa Claus at a major department store… He also spent many years working in the IT industry. After studying creative writing with the University of East Anglia in the UK, he wrote his first novel. Once bitten by the writing bug (for which there’s no cure), more novels followed.

When he isn’t writing, Mark is either reading, struggling to master the guitar, learning aikido (useful research), trying to find time to get out more, and looking for new and unusual experiences that might one day find their way into a book. His goal as a writer is to produce another 50 novels by the age of 100. His goal as a guitar player is to get beyond three chords. He’s pretty sure he can do it (the guitar bit, at least).

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The Imperfect Assassin 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Enjoyed every page. It is an excellent choice . I hpoe that you do not HAVE the problem that the previous r
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good read. I once had the problem pages locking. No fun. Turned out to be. A Nook software issue. Nothing to do with book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
From around pg 99 on a handful of pages just Beep repeating over, and over, and over, ad nauseum!!! No idea how the 2nd half of the story goes - unfortunately.