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  • What a cute read!!!

    I always get a good laugh with these books

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  • The hit woman and the 7 cops.

    This is far the best book of the Confessions of a Slightly Neurotic Hitwiman. I love a story that can make me laugh out loud. Poor Maggie has such a screwed up family but delightful and feel like you're right there with her. Such a good read.

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  • Excellent

    Couldn't put it down

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  • Laugh Out Loud Funny!

    Oh how I missed this series! It has been awhile since I picked up a Hitwoman book and when I did it was like coming home. Tagging along with Maggie while she gets caught up in all sorts of unbelievable situations is such an adventure. JB Lynn has such a gift for entertaining through her stories. The Hitwoman and the 7 Cops is another unique installment in this series. In the 7 Cops, Maggie suddenly has too many law enforcement officials hanging around while she is busy taking care of everyone else's problems. Missing during a lot of the scenes is my favorite character, Patrick, but the end of the book explains this. There in Patrick's place is Zeke, who I like, but don't want Maggie to get too close to. That was a little twist in the book. Lucky for Maggie, though, she always has plenty of people offering her advice including Godzilla. The snarky little anole is always one I enjoy hanging out with. Somehow Maggie manages to hold it all together, spend some quality time with her mother and father and solve everyone else's problems. I have so many emotions when I read these books. I love how Maggie wants to help everyone but feel bad for her because her family isn't always nice to her. Sometimes I want to take Maggie away from them all but I can see that they all love each other. They are just a nutty bunch. Lynn ends the book with quite a surprise and caused me to go directly to my online retailer of choice to download the next in the series. I couldn't walk away from the book like that! If you are looking for a book with lovable characters, a unique plot and laugh out loud moments, give The Hitwoman and the 7 Cops a read!

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