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- Publication Date: December 22, 2014
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- Language: English
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Inevitable I (A Tanner Novel Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Tanner escapes and starts a long chase where one man and a cast of characters takes on two criminals and settles scores.
What I like: Tanner is true to his own moral code. If he tells you he will do something, you can take his word. The good guys are not so pure in this so it makes Tanner easier to cheer forward on his trail of death and mayhem.
I am a big fan of this author's work under another name in the Taken series. The serial killer character in that series has more nuances than Tanner, but if you like Noir Tanner is an action ride.
This one stars with a man named Tanner in a motel room with a hooker he hired. Tanner is a killer. He's a hit man who never misses. Once hired he will kill whoever those who hired him want dead. Nothing will stop him from making the hit.
Tanner kills those who came for him. He makes his escape. He know Rossetti is behind the men who came for him. Rossetti is the man he's been hired to kill and kill him he will.
Tanner has been in prison in Mexico after being betrayed by a man who he's used before as a contact with potential clients. Tanner will take care of him as well.
FBI Special Agent Sara Blake is in pursuit of Tanner. A Tanner she wants to kill because he killed the man she loved. Blake isn't interested in taking him alive. She wants him dead and will do whatever it takes to make that happen.
Tanner in another cheap motel meets up with two kids. Billy and Cindy. These two will accompany him. Of course he's using them for cover but they have problems of their own. Namely the man Cindy's father works for has a son who wants to marry Cindy. Cindy isn't interested in that spoiled rich brat. She has Billy.
So begins a pretty darned good read.
This one has Tanner, Cindy, Billy, Sara, her partner Garner, Rossetti and his men, O'Grady, Petterson, Richards, the Conglomerate, a Tanner who will get his man by whatever means, a Tanner who pits Rossetti against O'Grady, two brother Earl and Merle who capture Tanner, a Cindy and Billy who get him free, the man who betrayed Tanner, that mans wife, a showdown at his home, the mansion Rossetti lives in, a tunnel, a Blake who shoots her own partner in her quest for Tanners death, a Blake who's a trust fund baby and doesn't have to work, a Blake who's censured for shooting her partner, a Blake who quits the FBI to use her money to pursue Tanner fulltime and Tanner doing what he does best killing his mark and surviving for the next kill.
Five Stars. Good read.
A hit man betrayed and set up to be left to die in a Mexican jail is a mistake that those that stand against Tanner might not live to regret.
The very thing that makes someone hire Tanner is the same thing that will bring their destruction.
Much like the Terminator, Tanner accepts a job, he will not be stopped and absolutely will not quit until the contract is completed, even if the employer changes their mind.
The high powered mobster that hired him never thought Tanner would escape Mexico and definitely never believed he'd be stupid enough to try and come after him.
Tanner is a well-developed character and as a action/thriller junkie he is a character that I could read again and again, which is fortunate that this series is already established with multiple books to keep my reading cravings sedated for a while.
I highly recommend this series and have recommended it many time to others that enjoy action/thriller books.
Tanner most definitely is NOT a good guy, but he seems to have a code that he follows that does allow for some flexibility. Overall, entertaining, but I think I'll read a couple of other books before coming back for the next installment.