Accident Man by Tom Cain

April 13, 2008 at 1:57 pm 1 comment

An excellent thriller. I couldn’t put it down. I’ve never read the Bourne books, but this reminds me of the movie, so maybe it’s what the books are like. The action unfolds quickly, and the final 100 pages are gripping.

Samuel Carver is a private assassin. Anything can look like an accident. But then Carver is hired to carry out a job below a bridge in Paris. On August 31, 1997. He’s set up and betrayed by the people who’ve hired him and now he must fight for his life.

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