The Hitman’s Guide to Housecleaning Review

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The Hitman’s Guide to Housecleaning
By Hallgrimur Helgason

About the book:

Toxic kills people for a living. Bad people. For a living. So it’s okay. Or at least that’s how he explains it to girlfriends who are a bit uncomfortable when they discover how he pays for their dates. One would think that he has killed his conscience as well if it weren’t for its unexpected arrival when he is forced to kill a holy man, Father Friendly, in JFK airport as he flees NYC.

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