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"The first person I ever killed was my best friend..."
Tom White is an unassuming guy from Sussex with a crappy job and no prospects to speak of. When his partying neighbour seems to be trying to rock their Brighton street to its very foundations our ‘hero’, rather than confront the noise pollutant, takes what he sees as the less confrontational way out – he commits murder.
But he’s no criminal mastermind and this dark act causes Tom to stumble comically into an underworld in which he learns that he is rather good at his new found talent but totally out of his depth with his new associates; two scary gangsters who could have walked straight off the set of a Guy Ritchie film, and the mysterious and impossibly sexy Stephanie, who is hiding more than her drop-dead smile reveals.
Flying by the seat of his pants, Tom muddles his way through his new career, balancing the needs of his underworld bosses, his unknowing girlfriend Laura and his knowing-too-much best friend, Colin, who shares Tom’s macabre moral compass.
Accidental Hitman is as heavy on humour as it is on thrills. Generous doses of laugh out loud comedy usher in the storyline which takes on a life – or perhaps death - of its own. As the corpses start to mount and two rival police forces aim to spoil Tom’s game of murder by numbers, it all gets a bit more serious.
Laugh out loud
Laugh out loud, then feel a little guilty about it. Very funny and faced paced dark comedy which was hard to put down
Really enjoyed this book
I really enjoyed this book the price made it even better so low for a good book a must read get it it's fab !!!!!!
Just finished Accidental Hitman. Hilarious! Couldn't put it down and at times had to ring my friend to share funny passages. My favourite quote: "Hitmen don't worry about what their underwear's like, but then proper hitmen don't poo their pants."
The author has a fantastic quality of describing mundane situations like people sat in a bar and random thoughts that go through everyone's heads, in a funny and observational way.