"Taking down the target is easy; it's doing so swiftly, silently and without collateral damage that's difficult."
If you loved the tv series Killing Eve as much as I did, then you are going to love the source material. This rather slim volume contains non-stop action and a welcome return to the intense world of female assassin, Oxana, otherwise known as Villanelle.
Whether she's executing her kills with a hair clip or kitchen equipment, Villanelle is one scary lady and a particularly effective assassin. Who she works for is more of a mystery and one that serves to drive the novel into the territory of potential sequels.
While the story is far more developed in the small screen version, this novel more than holds its own. I wonder if I would feel the same about the book, had I not seen the tv series. I guess I'll never know.
This was the perfect remedy for my post races hangover - it turns out one can really have to much french champagne.. just ask my stomach.
I see that a sequel is in the works and due for publication next year.
5 out of 5 dangerous women can do anything.