I really love absolute narrative lunacy! That’s Killer vs Kingpin pretty much from start to finish. A murderous Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride that expands on its initial theme of killers for hire into assassins antiheroes thwarting double crossing cartel minions, doing deals/breaking bread/being insane with all sorts of criminals, agencies and with as many weapons as possible.
It’s absolutely glorious fast paced mayhem. With relationships and character growth.
And death, blood, and a poodle. Nothing bad at all happens to the poodle.
If I had a wish though, I sorta wish that Eve and August’s classy, tough as nails sister, Elodie, would get together. Unfortunately, as she’s already married to the doctor, Paschal, also an important character within the series, it’s unlikely. I can dream, can’t I?
Mafia consigliere Pedro Silva and Police Detective Chandler, two fascinating ongoing personalities, come powerfully into action here. The chemistry and dynamics are fantastic. Their book is next.
I love it when a series keeps the original high energy but is able to expand and improve on the original by adding depth and complexity to the relationships and themes.
That’s exactly what the authors are doing here.
And why I’m recommending the book and series.
Read them in the order they are written.
Hitman Vs Hitman series:
✓ Hitman Vs Hitman #1
✓ Sniper vs Spotter #2
✓ Killer vs Kingpin #3
◦ Cop vs Capo #4 – Jan 4, 2023
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August Morrison and Ricardo Torralba would really like to live a quiet life—as quiet as life can be for a couple of eccentric hitmen, anyway. Unfortunately for them, they pushed their luck with the authors and demanded a second book. So now, whether they like it or not, they’re getting a third installment.
Yes, this is a revenge book. Because we’re the authors, that’s why.
This time, August and Ricardo are in way over their heads, because there are few things more dangerous than owing a favor to the mafia. When that favor gets called in, though, it’s not to kill anyone—it’s to save them. Time is running out to find the source of tainted street drugs poisoning innocent people.
Now they’re caught in the middle of a deadly war between rival families, all while trying to dodge suspicious police and merciless drug cartels.
Maybe this time, August and Ricardo will learn their lesson and not demand another book… assuming they survive this one.
Killer vs. Kingpin is book 3 in the Hitman vs. Hitman series that seems to have evolved from an alleged “standalone” to “yeah, we don’t even know.” They’re just too much fun to torture! Err, write. Too much fun to write.