BOOK REVIEW: THE EXECUTIONER'S GAME
Luther Green is a government trained assassin recruited by the CIA. When they want someone expertly and efficiently eliminated, Luther is the man they send to do the job. Alex Deavers recruited and ultimately became Luther's best friend. Friends are few and far apart in this job as when you accept the job one must give up all ties to family and friends.
Alex is sent on a mission to Africa with the United States Secretary of Commerce, however he is not at the top of his game and realizes this too late. The mission goes horribly wrong, the Secretary of Commerce is killed during the mission and Alex is now on the run.
Luther is called in and the Company claims that Alex has gone rogue and may even be insane. His biggest mission of his career will be to locate and terminate his best friend and mentor. However Alex has other plans and leads Luther and his partner, Hampton, on quite a chase through several cities leaving clues along the way that lead Luther to question his mission more and more as he goes along. Something just does not feel right about it and it is not just his personal feelings for Alex.
The Executioner's Game was a very fast paced read. It gave one a lot to wonder about as far as what our government, or certain aspects of it, could be up to without our knowledge. With each page you wonder who will win the game and come out of this alive as both Luther and Alex are operatives in the same league. I would highly recommend this to people who enjoy reading CIA type novels involving high level conspiracies. Although this is not my normal choice of books I truly enjoyed it.
REVIEWED BY GINA METZ
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