Keller, an introspective fellow, was always your basic Urban Lonely Guy. He collects stamps. He used to have a dog, until the dog walker walked off with him. Then he soldiered on alone.
It’s his profession that sets him apart. He’s a hit man. He kills strangers for a living.
And he’s a Guilty Pleasure for an ever-increasing number of readers. “I don’t think I ought to like Keller,” readers tell me. “But I can’t help myself…”
In the fourth Keller novel, HIT AND RUN, Keller’s whole life in New York came to an abrupt end; by the time he’d sorted things out, he was married and living in New Orleans, with a kid on the way. And now, for the first time since the substance hit the fan, he’s back in New York—once his home, and now the most dangerous place on the planet for him. And his job is impossible. He has to break into a monastery in the middle of Murray Hill and kill the abbott.
Lots of luck, Keller…
This edition of KELLER’S HOMECOMING (which was incorporated into the book Hit Me) includes as a bonus the opening sequence of another Keller adventure, KELLER’S DESIGNATED HITTER.