Kill Clock - Allan Guthrie Reviews
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by - written on 09/01/10 (Very useful, 72 readings)
I have never read anything by Allan Guthrie before, so I wasn't sure what to expect with this short story of his. The blurb suggested an intense crime thriller, and I was curious to see how this would be developed with only 134 pages of text and this quite well spaced out. Guthrie starts off by giving us a brief foreword/note to explain that this book is sort of an offshoot from other stories he has written, featuring a former hitman named Pearce. Guthrie saw this opportunity to take a couple of characters from the novels featuring Pearce and develop them a bit more, giving them a plot and their own lead roles, so to speak. As a result, I should warn you that ... Read the complete review
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