Lisa Molin Assassin - A Quiet Kill in Interlaken

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Lisa Molin is a freelance Swedish assassin working for the Russian mafia in Europe. Lisa travels to Interlaken in Switzerland to carry out an assassination contracted for the Russian mafia in Zurich. There is a difference to this kill. The man due to be assassinated has put this hit on himself and he wants to spend the day with Lisa before she kills him. More
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About Mike Ward

Mike Ward was born in Glasgow, Scotland and currently lives in Florida, United States with his wife and two children. He is the author of two novels, two non-fiction books and six series of novellas:

Parallel Realities series
The House on Mars series
Jacksonville Jack series
Stephen Haggerty Assassin series
Lisa Molin Assassin series
Dangerous Scotsman series

He is also the author of 60 short stories and novellas

About the Series: Lisa Molin Assassin
Lisa Molin is a freelance Swedish assassin working for the Russian mafia in Europe. When a male assassin can’t do the job the Russian mafia sends in Lisa. Her favorite method of execution is the garrote and she also uses the Japanese jutte which is a foot long bar of solid iron with two hooks on the side that can be used to rip flesh and dislocate joints. She is an expert in taekwondo and has killed many men that way. In Korean “tae” means to strike or break with the foot and “kwon” means to strike or break with the fist and she is an expert at both. She is the last person that more than 120 men have seen before they departed this Earth and usually they departed the planet by extremely violent means.

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Review by: James Jenkins on March 12, 2016 :
Only the first 25% of the words in this work are the story, the rest is "read my other work".

The intro accurately describes the story. My plausibility meter was pretty low the entire read. Started out at zero, (contracted assassin does not have an image or good description of the target?) and never went very high. The story flows ok, though the ending is more improbable than the body.
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