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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Thrillers
  • Language:English
  • Pages:306
  • eBook ISBN:9781882383443

The Geek

by Jonathan Latt

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Overview
Gary Geiecki (pronounced Gee-ecki) is a skilled assassin. He's been an unofficial CIA killer for the past twenty years and has decided to retire. There is no such thing as a truly perfect assassin and Gary was no exception. He was, however, very good. Gary left a wide trail of bodies behind him, over his long and productive career.
Description
Gary Geiecki (pronounced Gee-ecki) is a skilled assassin. He's been an unofficial CIA killer for the past twenty years and has decided to retire. There is no such thing as a truly perfect assassin and Gary was no exception. He was, however, very good. Gary left a wide trail of bodies behind him, over his long and productive career. Riddled with childhood insecurities and social awkwardness Gary desperately tries to move forward with his life after retirement. He quickly finds it is far easier to kill someone else than it is to kill the ghosts of the past. Gary soon learns that what is in the past doesn't always stay there. His greatest enemy... a man thought long dead... is back and seeking vengeance. Gary must now fight for not only his life, but everyone he holds dear and finally put this last ghost to rest. Gary will learn that the old saying You can't go home again isn't exactly true. You can go home again, but you shouldn't.
About the author
Jonathan Latt was born and raised in Los Angeles California. He has lived overseas, traveled the world and has seen and done many wonderful and idiotic things. He currently resides in a secure bunker somewhere in the San Fernando Valley where he spends his days writing and his nights not writing. Jonathan has two basic moods, blissfully centered and pricing sniper rifles on the Internet. He lives alone and has no children that he is aware of. His hobbies are the same as his passions—the occult, comic books, collecting glass kittens and using his action figures to film stop motion pornography that he sells on the black market to really messed up individuals. When Jonathan dies he'd like to be cremated and have his ashes turned into an artificial reef, or at the very least, have his ashes shot from a cannon and into a crowd of unsuspecting shoppers, because he knows that would be funny as hell.
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