The Suspense is Killing Me

Assassin’s Lullaby

By Mark Rubinstein

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Story Line:

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Writing Style:

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

Character Development:

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Enjoyment:

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

In every life, there lurks catastrophe

So believes Eli Dagan, a thirty-nine-year-old man whose traumatic past led to his service as an assassin for the Mossad.He now lives in New York City, where under various assumed names he’s a contract killer.

Anton Gorlov, the head of the Brooklyn-based Odessa mafia, has a new and challenging assignment for Eli. Gorlov wants to leave the county permanently, so all loose ends must be eliminated. The job involves extreme measures along with unprecedented danger for Eli, who has lived a ghostly existence over the last ten years.

Is accepting Gorlov’s offer a subliminal death wish? Or is it a way to reclaim part of his damaged soul?

For the first time since his pregnant wife and parents were killed by a suicide bomber years earlier, Eli Dagan faces challenges that will reconnect him with his blighted past and may yet offer hope for a new and better life.