Sara's Review: Strike (Killers Incorporated, #2) by Stuart R. West
Author Provided Copy
Publisher: Books We Love Ltd
Released: February 11, 2016
Genre: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense
Length: 300 pages
Leon Garber’s an accountant and occasional assassin. But he’s one of the good guys. See, Leon’s only interested in taking out abusers. He’s not the only serial killer on a mission, though. His past employer Like Minded Individuals, Inc. (LMI for short), employs quite a few. Mostly, Leon was a model employee. Or at least, he was until that little falling-out he had with them last year. Now he’s got a target on his back. He’s seriously out-numbered, but even worse, LMI has hired Leon’s former associate, Cody Spangler, to track him down. Unfortunately for Leon, someone else from Leon’s past, someone he never wanted to see again, has other ideas for Leon’s welfare. Old allies and new enemies clash to bring down the insidious Like-Minded Individuals, Inc. Serial killers have never been so much fun. Reviews for Killers Incorporated, Book 1 I really enjoyed this novel. Even though Leon was a serial killer I really liked him and didn't want to see him get arrested and go to jail. He is a bad guy yet a good guy! The is book is fast paced, a lot of fun with some great characters. This is suppose to be a trilogy and I can't wait to read the next one!....Sara - Boundless Book Reviews
Five Boundless Stars
I was provided a copy of Strike (Killers Incorporated, #2) in exchange for an honest review. Once again Stuart nailed it! Take a book about serial killers; of all things, and actually make the characters endearing a likable!
I know what you are thinking, “well what about Dexter? He was likable.” Strike is Dexter multiplied; in Strike there are several serial killer psychopaths that you can’t help but truly like. Not only is there Leon; but Cody, ah Cody, he is so ridiculous at times, yet I think he is my favorite Character, Yo. In Strike, we are reintroduced to a few others, and even some new faces. All Like-minded Individuals; meaning they are killers, yet not always bad, much like Leon, only killing those who deserve it.
Strike was a fast paced crazy thrillingly fun ride that I couldn’t put down! Stuarts writing style is done in a way that sucks you in and doesn’t let go. It’s also the perfect example of a mixed POV book done right! I can only give Strike (Killers Incorporated, #2) 5 Boundless stars, it was perfect!