• People Die

  • By: Kevin Wignall
  • Narrated by: David John
  • Length: 7 hrs and 8 mins
  • 3.8 out of 5 stars (44 ratings)

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At 29, JJ has reached the peak of his career. He works out of a small consultancy in Zurich. He dates Aurianne - a beautiful air-hostess - but worries about whether he really loves her. But, thankfully, money is not a worry. You see, JJ is a contract-killer. Working freelance for a select organisation, he has built a reputation as a discreet, professional cleaner who doesn't cause trouble for employer or 'client' (beyond the obvious).

But when - after a disposing of a corpulent businessman - he becomes so fascinated with the man's beautiful companion that he lets her go, he starts a chain of events which will lead him to re-evaluate his whole life and beliefs.

©2012 Kevin Wignall (P)2012 Audible Ltd

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Worth a listen, but some weaknesses

I enjoy this authors books, but have only listened to a couple. I found this one to be pretty good, but as someone pointed out, near the end it does go a little odd. Not terrible, just stretched my BS meter a bit much. Still, i always like how this author is able to humanize these "killer elite" types; his writing style definitely draws you in. I'd be ok recommending this one, but not my favorite by the author. (And sorry, most others i read, not via audio, so not sure what's best.)