The Debt Collector by Jon Mills

The Debt Collector

byJon Mills

Kobo ebook | May 1, 2016

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Jack Winchester was a notorious hitman for a ruthless New Jersey crime family until a job went wrong, and he wound up serving time.

Four years later, Jack is free and he wants out of the game, but his boss won't let him go. Forced to take on one last job to make amends for what landed him in prison, he travels to the small town of Rockland Cove, Maine.

There, he not only discovers that the target and money have disappeared; he finds himself falling for a damaged woman, and befriending an unruly son left behind.

Under mounting pressure from his boss and local police—as well as the ghosts of his past—he must unravel the mystery and decide where his loyalties lie…before it's too late.

Note: Even though there are 10 books. This is a full standalone novel with a complete ending.

Title:The Debt CollectorFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:May 1, 2016Publisher:Direct Response PublishingLanguage:English

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic thriller I really liked this mob story. It was different than most of this type because it showed how a young teen (Jack) got involved with a New Jersey crime family and stayed with them for about 20 years, becoming a hit man. After 4 years in prison, he decided he wanted out of that life but the mob boss wanted him to do one more job first. He was told it would be a quick in and out job, but it wasn't. All he had to do was get the man and the money, but neither were there. Just the man's wife and son. As Jack tried to find out what they knew about where the man and money were, he fell in love with the woman. This is a great story. It's well written with a unique plot and terrific characters. Even though Jack did terrible things for the mob he was a good man. He was very kind to Dana and her son. It was unsettling when Jack wanted out of that life but people tried to stop him. I couldn't help feeling sorry for him. The Debt Collector was a great book with an amazing ending. If you like crime thrillers, you should read this book.
Date published: 2017-02-27