Summary: With some 66 hits under his belt, Tomislav Bokšić, or Toxic, has a flawless record as hitman for the Croatian mafia in New York. That is, until he kills the wrong guy and is forced to flee the States, leaving behind the life he knows and loves. Suddenly, he finds himself on a plane hurtling toward Reykjavík, Iceland, disguised as an American televangelist named Father Friendly. With no means of escape from this island devoid of gun shops, this island with absolutely no tradition for contract killing, he is forced to come to terms with his bloody past and reevaluate his future, to tragicomic effect. The Hitman’s Guide to Housecleaning is a story of mistaken identity, human destiny, and the forces of good and evil present within us all.
So as part of my no spend challenge, I am utilizing my Kindle Unlimited account to listen to books while I work. I am trying to see how many countries I can travel to via books and today my book takes me to Iceland.
Guys this book is HILARIOUS. It is narrated by Luke Daniels who is by far the best narrator. Within 20 minutes of this book I was laughing my butt off while reading reports. I could not stop laughing throughout this book.
I could not stop laughing the one liners being read to me, make this book a hilarious must read. I can’t recommend this book enough, especially if you have my twisted sense of humor 🙂