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    Another Great Read

    I received a copy of this book from the author as an Advanced Reader Copy. I am a big fan of the Katla Series of books and have read the other 3 Kill Files along with the full novels and when I discovered this was being released I was keen to read. Fortunately Martyn V Halm was only too happy to oblige with an ARC copy in exchange for a review and I can only hope my comments can encourage any of you thinking of reading the series to do so. For those who are unfamiliar with Katla she is an assassin for hire and is supported by a close network of friends who are all in their own right interesting characters. The premise of this book differs from the other books in the series as it sees Katla touting for work usually she deals with clients over the phone only and never meets them and on this occasion she visits the prospective client in person to encourage him to hire her. As this book is one of her earlier contracts so the premise was slightly different. The story itself is no less than I would expect with strong attention to detail that I have come to expect in these books with the methods fully researched. The final scene where Katla is executing the contract is highly engaging and Katla has to use all her skills to survive. Not my favourite one of the Kill Files so far with Fundamental Error still holding that particular claim but a enjoyable read and I will look forward to the forthcoming fourth novel in the series

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