Confessions of A Hit Man by Richard Godwin



Let us just call this a miss…   **


When I was about eleven I wanted to either be a hit man or a priest. As I thought about it, maybe a priest would be a good cover.  One of my all time favorite movies is The Mechanic with Charles Bronson.  So when I see a book about a hit man, I naturally want to read it.

Confessions of A Hit Man falls short of being a good read.  Godwin writes the story in first person which had the potential of revealing how a hit man thinks, but the narrative is too simplistic.  There was nothing that made me relate to the main character and not enough tension to make this a page turner.

It is a quick read which meant I did not waste too much time on it.  Sadly disappointing. This one gets two stars.

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