EXIT STRATEGY by Kelley Armstrong
About EXIT STRATEGY (taken from goodreads.com)
Regulars at Nadia’s nature lodge don’t ask what she does in the off-season. And that’s a good thing. If she told them, she’d have to kill them. She’s a hit woman for a Mafia family. Tough and self-sufficient, Nadia doesn’t owe anyone any explanations. But that doesn’t mean she always works alone. One of her contacts has recruited her in the hunt for a ruthlessly efficient serial killer cutting a swath of terror across the country. The assassin is far too skilled to be an amateur—and the precision of the killings is bringing the Feds much too close to the hit man community for comfort.
To put an end to the murders, Nadia will have to turn herself from predator to prey as she employs every trick she knows to find the killer. Before the killer finds her.
Review of EXIT STRATEGY
I love anything written by Kelley Armstrong. Seriously. She’s a genius. This book was no exception. Everything about it was perfect. I was a little worried because all her books are supernatural and this one is more of a mystery. Either way I loved her.
The plot was fantastic. It moved along at a perfect pace and there was always some unexpected events. I liked how everything was really secretive and mysterious and you found things out along with the characters. I also like how we go to see the victims and the killers points of view. It made it really interesting.
I loved all of the characters. The main character, Nadia, is a great female heroine. She’s an ex cop turned hit woman and she’s a really strong character. I also loved Jack, he was really smart and kind. I liked how the author doesn’t really let us trust the others since the main character doesn’t quite trust them. The author makes us feel exactly what the characters are feeling. I loved reading about all the hit men. It was a really cool concept that hasn’t really been done.
I would recommend this book to anyone who loves Kelley Armstrong or who likes cool mystery book.
5 out of 5