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The Intern's Handbook



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Author
Kuhn, Shane
Descriptors
Assassination
Assassins
Black Humor
Internship
Lawyers
Murder
Orphans
Secrets
Undercover Officers
Location/Setting:
New York (City)
Time Period:
21st Century
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Summary
Written in the style of an employee manual by John Lago, an employee of Human Resources, Inc., a firm of assassins whose technique is to go undercover as interns to murder corporate criminals. From making the perfect cup of coffee, to disappearing in colorless clothing, John is able to get close to his targets as an insignificant intern. Recruited as a teenager, having survived the murder of his mother, the disappearance of his father, and a series of foster homes, Johnís latest job is also his last; heís decided to retire and of course, the job will not let him go easily.
Critique
Kuhn, a writer for films and advertising, creates a fun comic thriller, with bloody fight scenes and weapons of every kind, plot twists and identity mix-ups.
ISBN
9781476733807
  iBistro
# of Pages
276
Published
2014
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Reviewer's Initials: DO SH


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