this is not the way most people think free nations are governed.
Detroit, MI (Vocus) February 11, 2010
Whenever Grant Taylor killed on his assignments, the look in his target’s eyes often haunted him, denying him sleep. But it was who he was—a hit man. Why A Hit Man? Readers can find out as they follow this exciting historical fiction by Bob Kay.
To the world, Grant Taylor looked like any other average man. He was twenty-five years old, married to a loving wife, with two kids and had a steady job as a mechanic on ANR Pipeline. But everything changed when he was approached by THE FIRM. Suddenly Grant finds himself in an exciting new world wrought with danger and intrigue. He must unravel the truth about evil forces, and use his training, logic and his conscience to make difficult decisions of how to survive and then warn the world of potential disaster. Will he rue the day he became a hit man?
Powerful and compelling, Why A Hit Man takes readers on an exhilarating journey packed with nonstop action, thrills and a battle to protect the world from evil. Though a historical fiction, this must-read is interwoven with enough facts that will intrigue and raise questions which parts are real and which are fantasy. Discover who actually controls the American nation and other nations economically, and as Benjamin Disraeli said “this is not the way most people think free nations are governed.” Every citizen in every country in the free world should read this book.
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About the Author
Bob Kay simply describes himself as a world traveler and entrepreneur.
Why a Hit Man * by Bob Kay
Publication Date: December 23, 2009
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