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Publisher Description

Winner of the 2014 NAACP Image Award, A Wanted Woman is a dangerous thrill ride like no other from New York Times bestselling author Eric Jerome Dickey.

The assassin called Reaper is a woman of a thousand faces, and just as many accents. In the blink of an eye, she can become anyone. Some desirable. All dangerous.   

For Reaper, the Trinidad contract should be simple: infiltrate the infamous Laventille Killers’ organization, earn access to her political target, eliminate him, and then escape from the island.
 
When complications arise and the job goes bad, Reaper has no viable exit plan. The LK warlords want her publicly executed, and their pursuit is far-reaching and merciless. Trawling for low-profile assignments is all Reaper can do to keep her skills sharp and garner money to survive. And for an assassin with so many changeable identities, her newest one is too frighteningly real—as an expendable pawn between two warring organizations. Now, trapped on an island paradise turned prison, Reaper discovers that family ties run deep on both sides. Somewhere, sometime, someone has to be trusted—but one wrong move could suddenly become her last breath.

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2014
April 15
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
464
Pages
PUBLISHER
Penguin Publishing Group
SELLER
PENGUIN GROUP USA, INC.
SIZE
2.3
MB

Customer Reviews

EJDFan4Life ,

Great Read as always

EJD my second favorite guy! Thanks for another great read! Woke up all through the nights to get back in on the action and got out of bed headed to work feeling like an assassin!! Lol. Reaper is crazy as hell. Don't ever want her to meet Gideon unless they're on the same side. Maybe when they go after that coward behind the red doors😜😱

Man61979011 ,

One of my favs

Would love to read a prequel and a sequel to this book!

Sugga B's Iphone ,

Awesome

As usual, E.J.D. did it again. The story line was great, enjoyed the challenging vocabulary, and appreciate the connections to previous novels. I was zoned out reading this novel; my husband would call me 2-3 times before I realized he needed something. Thanks for the journey!!

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