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Hit and Run

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For years now Keller's had places to go and people to kill.

But enough is enough. Just one more job--paid in advance--and he's going to retire. Waiting in Des Moines for the client's go-ahead, Keller's picking out stamps for his collection at a shop in Urbandale when somebody guns down the charismatic governor of Ohio. Back at his motel, Keller sees the killer's face broadcast on TV. A face he's seen quite often. Every morning. In the mirror.

Keller calls his associate Dot in White Plains, but there's no answer. He's stranded halfway across the country, and every cop in America has just seen his picture. His ID and credit cards are no longer good, and he just spent almost all of his cash on the stamps.

Now what?


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Publisher: HarperCollins
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Kindle Book

  • Release date: March 17, 2009

OverDrive Read

  • ISBN: 9780061833748
  • Release date: March 17, 2009

EPUB ebook

  • ISBN: 9780061833748
  • File size: 352 KB
  • Release date: March 17, 2009

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Kindle Book
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subjects

Fiction Suspense

Languages

English

For years now Keller's had places to go and people to kill.

But enough is enough. Just one more job--paid in advance--and he's going to retire. Waiting in Des Moines for the client's go-ahead, Keller's picking out stamps for his collection at a shop in Urbandale when somebody guns down the charismatic governor of Ohio. Back at his motel, Keller sees the killer's face broadcast on TV. A face he's seen quite often. Every morning. In the mirror.

Keller calls his associate Dot in White Plains, but there's no answer. He's stranded halfway across the country, and every cop in America has just seen his picture. His ID and credit cards are no longer good, and he just spent almost all of his cash on the stamps.

Now what?


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