Now a major motion picture Jon Bennet works for the Tattooed Man. He's the ideal employee: efficient, conscientious, utterly loyal to the man for whom he maims, for whom he kills - in whose name he teaches the meaning of loyalty and the consequences of betrayal. It's an existence that encourages solitariness and Jon has cultivated his aloneness almost to the point of solipsism - until he encounters Andy and Cathy, old friends from school, now married with a child. Jon's ordered, disciplined life is suddenly threatened, not by violence but by the demands of friendship. In the world of the Tattooed Man love, sentimental love, is the greatest weakness of all - a weakness that must be punished...
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