Annotations for Hit Man


Baker & Taylor
A sharp assassin who has always been cool, confident, and remote finds himself struggling with a mid-life crisis that plunges him into loneliness, and as he continues with his work, he begins to question his choice of careers

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Baker & Taylor
A sharp assassin who has always been cool, confident, and remote finds himself struggling with a mid-life crisis that plunges him into loneliness, and as he continues with his work, he begins to question his choice of careers.

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Blackwell North Amer
Keller is a killer. Professional, cool, confident, competent, reliable.
But he is also a complex person: Guarded and reclusive, icy and ruthlessly efficient, he is prone to loneliness and self-doubt, nightmares and career worries. He is known to his therapist as a "corporate troubleshooter," but Keller's real business is murder. He lives the life of a well-paid but lonely traveling businessman, a habitue of impersonal hotel rooms, bleak stretches of highways in rental cars, and anonymous eateries. A born New Yorker, he nonetheless fantasizes about the good life in the country, and in every place he visits, he dreams of setting up a home, away from the pressures and moral complexities his line of work entails.

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