Further Confessions of A Slightly Neurotic Hitwoman

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A new novel by JB Lynn about the continuing adventures of hitwoman Maggie Lee

“It’s a toss-up which I hate more: killing people or weddings. Unfortunately, I’m getting pretty good at both”
~ from Further Confessions of a Slightly Neurotic Hitwoman

Maggie Lee is just your average girl-next door. Except for that fact that she’s a hitwoman who talks to a lizard with a God complex and a demented doberman pinscher. And she’s just been hired to kill the man responsible for putting her 3-year old niece in a coma.

JB Lynn is back with FURTHER CONFESSIONS OF A SLIGHTLY NEUROTIC HITWOMAN (e-ISBN 9780062233073; digital-first edition on-sale 10/16/12; $2.99), available wherever e-books are sold. Lynn piles on the acerbic wit and tough-chick attitude that make Maggie Lee anything but a typical hitwoman. The stakes are higher than ever, this time around; Maggie’s assassination assignment couldn’t be more personal—or more dangerous.

So what’s a day in the life of a hitwoman like, anyways? Well for Maggie Lee, it starts by being nagged by God(zilla), her talking pet lizard, and taking her slow-witted Doberman, Doomsday, out for a morning constitutional. Follow that up with going into work at Insuring the Future, where her co-worker Armani reads her fortune (mostly bad news) in Scrabble tiles, and her pepperoni-scented boss harasses her. Then it’s a quick jaunt over to the hospital to see her comatose niece, and maybe have a chocolate pudding with the mob-boss who’s trying to get her to kill the notorious drug dealer responsible for the death of her sister. The day winds down with a little bit wedding planning with her arch nemesis and her pregnant best-friend, dinner with her aunts (who range in personality from slutty to recovering-stoner)—and then a quick lesson in killing-for-hire with charming Patrick—a man with two families. And that’s only the beginning. For Maggie Lee, only two things are certain: 1) She is having a long series of very bad days, and 2) she hates weddings.

Praise for Confessions of a Slightly Neurotic Hitwoman
“Fans of Kasey Michaels’s Maggie series will definitely enjoy this book as Lynn similarly and masterfully joins the genres of suspense and romance with a tale that is sure to please fans of both.”
—Library Journal

CONFESSIONS OF A SLIGHTLY NEUROTIC HITWOMAN By JB Lynn Avon Impulse e-ISBN 9780062134622 $3.99 digital edition

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