For Ian, being a hitman means good money, security and a neverending supply of contracts. It sometimes causes problems with his lady friends, but by and large, they accept his frequent absences. But Ian faces a moral conflict when he’s given a contract to get rid of Janet, the only woman who really understands him. And moral conflicts are not something that Ian can handle. Dark and funny, The Hitman Diaries continues Danny King’s unique take on what makes lowlife characters tick.
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Danny King was born in Slough, near London in 1969. After leaving school, he went to work on a building site where he met his fair share of petty criminals and general nutters. In the late 1980s, following convictions of various offences, including burglary, he gave up crime, got an education and started to work as a journalist on top shelf magazines. He lives in South London.Review:
'One of the few writers to make me laugh out loud. Danny King's brilliant at making you love characters who essentially are quite bad people.' David Baddiel 'King spends his free time hanging out with some 'tasty' geezers. He's also written a couple of excellent books about the nonlegit lifestyle choice, The Burglar Diaries and Bankrobber Diaries.' Loaded
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