Tuesday, 5 April 2016

A View To A Kill

I shouldn’t have been there.

The assassin was one of the world’s best, and my anonymity was assured. I was promised a clean shot, one bullet, one dead annoying business rival.

I could have been in meetings all day, I could have gone golfing, I could have stayed home ‘sick’ and drunk wine and eaten cheese all day, toasting my newfound freedom.

But I just had to see the look in his face when the bullet hit him, I had to see the life drain from his eyes. So I was there.

And he ducked to pick up a penny…

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