Let’s Get Lostby Adi Alsaid Giveaway & Excerpt
You can always travel with a good book…
10 Rules for a Hitman to Live By, by Tomislav Boksic (aka Toxic)
Toxic, the hero of Hallgrimur Helgason’s The Hitman’s Guide to Housecleaning, had a record of 66 perfect kills. Then came the 67th—an undercover FBI agent—and suddenly he found himself in Iceland with a new identity. Oops. Avoid this kind of careless error by following Toxic’s handy tips.
1. Don’t miss the target. People tend to get a bit upset if they notice you’re trying to kill them.
2. Don’t waste a bullet. You have to think about the environment, too—you really shouldn’t add an unnecessary gunshot to an already noisy city.
3. Morning is for murder. Nobody expects a bullet for breakfast.
4. Don’t kill a priest. He who kills a man of the church will be killed by a church.
5. Don’t confuse killing and murder. Murder is for amateurs, killing is for the professionals.
6. If you have to take on another person’s identity, never let it be a priest. With that collar around your neck, your sex appeal is gone.
7. When you’re dating, don’t talk about your job—unless you’re overseas. Foreign girls are crazy about guys who kill Americans.
8. Embrace every new passport they give you. It’s always nice to get a new life now and then.
9. Don’t kill the wrong guy. Or you’ll end up in Iceland.
10. When in Iceland, stop the killing. There are so few of them.
Aaaaahh! Last #TeaserTuesday before the book comes out and you can read it all yourself!
Of course it is happening inside your head, Harry, but why on earth should that mean that it is not real?
-Albus Dumbledore, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
Hard to believe it’s been 7 years since book 7’s release—July 21, 2007
…outlining is kind of architecture and writing is interior design, and you don’t really have a home until you get to that part.
Adi Alsaid, author of LET’S GET LOST