John Greeve was an honourable man - a professional assassin. He didn't know precisely who he worked for but he was paid by the government. Greeve had become accustomed to his loneliness. He had no home, no wife and no friends; he carried one suitcase, stayed in hotels and used prostitutes.
Used availability for Peter Moir Fotheringham's Hatchet Man
November 1994 : UK Hardback