Hit Man

By Lawrence Block

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Keller...suffers from loneliness, deeply conflicted memories of childhood, and an inchoate longing for things he can't even identify...He falls into and out of a series of doomed relationships. He adopts a dog and dotes on it, neurotically. He tries psychotherapy. Keller is a modern urban Everyman – except that he makes his living as a contract killer. (from BookList)
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