Book Blogger Hop - 12/8 -12/14/2023
*Question of the Week:*
*Where do you like to read the most? (submitted by Billy @ Coffee Addicted
*I love to read on my back...
59 minutes ago
Tuesday, February 28, 2023
Killers of a Certain Age by Deanna Raybourn
This was a really good read about older women - four feisty, smart and determined ones
taking up a challenge thrown their way and dealing brilliantly withthe chinless wonders
they meet on the way.
The Four women have worked as assassins,worked very creditably, now retired each one
dealing with the new phase in their lives. Not so easy it seems, with one final
assignment which on the surface seems reasonable, but as time goes on shows flaws such
as an insider threat, betrayal within the over ruling establishment and too many
coincidences to be probable.
The level of skill in not just executing a person, but the precise forward planning
before eachenterprise, the methodical implementation of the plan, the dependance of one
and in other words putting your life in your partners hands is fabulous.
Enjoyed every second of this read, feasible or not the reading was riveting.
I got a Deanna Raybourn book after ages after requests were made and I am appreciative
that I got this one.
Many thanks to Hodder & Stoughton who sent this on to me for an unbiased review, courtesy