From Publishers Weekly
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Interesting even though a tad unbalanced. Martin (or, Christian) is an assassin for someone - who is uncertain - but for some intelligence group whose overall mission is uncertain. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Luther B. Travis
The author doesn't waste words yet still manages to paint a vivid picture. The writing was punchy & the plot moved along at a fast pace. Great crime/action novel. Read morePublished 13 days ago by James Montgomery
A short, but interesting novel. I may have to read more of his works after reading "The Prone Gunman" The book is only 156 pages long and it makes for a quick read, but... Read morePublished 15 days ago by J. Brandt
This seems to be written as an exercise which comes full circle.
Lots of more or less meaningless deaths. No expressions of feelings. Read more
Good book till the ending chapter, could have been so much better with a different ending. I was not only one who thought this, my roommate read after me and came away with the... Read morePublished 21 days ago by Josh
I needed a break and like to read a book before seeing it being made into a movie. This was a fun book, quick read. Exciting albeit dated. Read morePublished 23 days ago by John Walrath
Horrible IMHO. No character building. Quick from one, non detailed, scene to another. I expected more from a book the will soon by in movie theaters (the reason I bought it).Published 1 month ago by Eduardo Soler
This is a decent fast paced book but kind of erratic in the narration. I think there might have been something lost in translationPublished 1 month ago by J. Garcia
The Prone Gunman is about a hitman trying to get out of the game and marry his childhood sweetheart. Sounds simple but his employer wants him to do one more job before he retires. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Poppa Zo