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  • Hodder & Stoughton
  • Hodder & Stoughton
  • Hodder & Stoughton
  • Hodder & Stoughton

Assassin Eighteen: A gripping action thriller for fans of Jason Bourne and James Bond

John Brownlow

3 Reviews

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Espionage & spy thriller

One hundred years. Seventeen assassins. One hell of a ride.

A larger-than-life, non-stop thriller for fans I Am Pilgrim and Gregg Hurwitz.

'I am waiting for someone to kill me. Tonight would be a good night for it.'

Agent Seventeen, the most infamous hitman in the world, has quit. But whoever wants to become Assassin Eighteen must track him down and kill him first.

So when a bullet hits the glass inches from his face, he knows who fired it - doesn't he?

But the sniper isn't the hardened killer he was expecting. It's Mireille - a mysterious, silent child, abandoned in the woods with instructions to pull the trigger.

Reuniting with his spiky lover, Kat, Seventeen must protect Mireille, and discover who sent her to kill him, and why.

But the road he must travel is littered with bodies. And the answer, when it comes, will blow apart everything Seventeen thought he knew.

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Praise for Assassin Eighteen: A gripping action thriller for fans of Jason Bourne and James Bond

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  • Keeps you on the edge of your seat and guessing with every turn of the page. A fantastic and thrilling new entry into the modern-day spy genre

  • SEVENTEEN reinvents the hitman novel. It's a cinematic rollercoaster, full of authentic emotion and high-octane action. The tension explodes off the pages; John Brownlow is a master of suspense

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John Brownlow

John Brownlow holds British/Canadian citizenship and lives two hours north of Toronto. He wrote the film Sylvia, starring Gwyneth Paltrow and Daniel Craig, the TV series Fleming about Ian Fleming's work as a spy and the genesis of James Bond, and the TV series The Miniaturist, adapted from Jessie Burton's best-selling novel. You can follow him on Twitter @johnbrownlow.

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