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ISBN:1434364488
Author: Christopher Poole
ISBN13: 978-1434364487
Title: Renaissance Killer: Being the Wholly True and Unexaggerated Account of the Life and Times of Henry H. Hugo, the World?s Most Gentlemanly Contract Killer
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Language: English
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Publisher: AuthorHouse (March 24, 2008)
Pages: 416

Renaissance Killer: Being the Wholly True and Unexaggerated Account of the Life and Times of Henry H. Hugo, the World?s Most Gentlemanly Contract Killer by Christopher Poole



The most compelling autobiography of the decade! Known throughout the world for years as the deadliest, most elusive killer of his kind, and wanted by virtually every law enforcement agency across the globe, famed freelance hitman-for-hire Henry H. Hugo finally tells his amazing story in his own words.

The most compelling autobiography of the decade! Known throughout the world for years as the deadliest, most elusive killer of his kind, and wanted by virtually every law enforcement agency across the globe, famed freelance hitman-for-hire Henry H. Known throughout the world for years as the deadliest, most elusive killer of his kind, and wanted by virtually every law enforcement agency across the globe, famed freelance hitman-for-hire Henry H. From the traumas and indignities of his troubled childhood, to his early days just starting out in his controversial profession, to his triumphs over all manner of uncommon adversity, the die-hard crime enthusiast will positively thrill to the eclectic, eccentric exploits related in harrowing detail within the pages of this tell-all tome.

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The most compelling autobiography of the decade! Known throughout the world for years as the deadliest, most elusive killer of his kind, and wanted by virtually every law enforcement agency across the globe, famed freelance hitman-for-hire Henry H. Hugo finally tells his amazing story in his own words. From the traumas and indignities of his troubled childhood, to his early days just starting out in his controversial profession, to his triumphs over all manner of uncommon adversity, the die-hard crime enthusiast will positively thrill to the eclectic, eccentric exploits related in harrowing detail within the pages of this tell-all tome. Alternately deeply disturbing, darkly funny, and strangely erotic, Mr. Hugo?s unprecedented memoir is a tour de force of violent action, heart-rending drama, unnatural perversity, and strange and colorful predicament, the likes of which the ranks of history?s foulest individuals could not invent.
Reviews: 2
Coirad
I purchased this book after reading a rave review in a magazine. Allegedly, it's is a riotous dark comedy. WRONG! In 200 pages, I didn't so much as chuckle. Actually, I groaned...at the bad writing. Apparently our author thinks he's Charles Dickens, for at least 3 times a page he addresses us as "dear reader." Sorry, but this guy can't even write a memorable scene. After plowing through half the book, I gave up. Life's too short to waste it on this pretentious drivel. Oh, and I'm letting that magazine's subscription expire. If the reviewer wants to promote his friends, let someone else pay the price of admission.
xander
I would like to post the review from JR which appeared in "Instinct Magazine" in August of 2008. Out of the books reviewed that month this one received 4 and 1/2 stars, the best. Author Christopher Poole also won a Best Books Finalist Award for this book. This book is not for the squeamish. Adult themes: violence, language, erotica.

"Henry H. Hugo is a gay gentleman assassin who can seduce a straight guy, blow away a killer clown and quote Miss Teschmacher from the original Superman movie. That's awesome enough, but the fact that this book is so funny, smart and engaging is even more impressive. In his second novel, Poole writes with verve and a vivid,twisted sense of humor.I can't wait to see what he writes next. Here's hoping Hugo's adventures (and witty, dry asides) continue!"

Henry H. Hugo is introduced in Poole's first novel, "Summer of the Vigilantes". Both books stand alone and may be read separately.