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    Sucked in by the characters...

    Just finished the 3rd installment in the Killers Incorporated series. I have read each when they came out. Many times this leaves gaps in my memory regarding the characters and story lines. However, Stuart West's writing makes connections click without throwing it in your face. Most characters stayed true to their roots, but Leon evolves as his role evolves. Even with the changes, Leon never loses his sense of right and wrong that sucked me into the first book. If I did it over, I would read all three in a row, but that is definitely not necessary to enjoy the series. I have read many of Stuart West's other books and have enjoyed each one. They are not the same old story with different characters. They are each unique with satisfying twists. I look forward to see what his Creative mind turns out next.
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    Terrific conclusion to the trilogy!

    After the explosive ending with a surprise twist, Leon Garber is now CEO of the very corporation he vowed to destroy after the many attempts to kill him. OK, It makes sense to work a plan from the inside, better than being on the run from LMI killers. And he can protect his friends who were released as part of his "new job agreement." Cody (the Denver Decapitator in the hoodie) is now Leon's assistant and not his enemy, a good move in case this CEO job is just a "setup." But Leon seems to be dragging his feet on this goal of destroying LMI. Is Leon switching to the other side? Friend and would-be lover Nannette (and this reader) begin to think so. But then the bullets zing too close to Leon's head inside LMI"s "secure compound" and the action begins, the suspense builds and old friends join the story, even unwanted police detectives still searching for Leon. At this point I began to fear an ending I would not like. How do you end a story about killers? Likable killers? No spoilers here. I'll just say this is another masterful creation of plot, characters and suspense by the talented Stuart West. You will not be disappointed. It should be a movie.
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    Rip-roaring, explosive fun!

    Just as exciting as the first two books in this series, Killer King once again kept me on the edge of my seat. What could be better than tons of action, humor to lighten the mood, and a bunch of serial killers who somehow manage to be endearing? With plenty of twists to keep you guessing, this book ties things together nicely for a satisfying end to the trilogy.
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