Flawless

Flawless FLAWLESS That s how women describe Michael Woodrow He s an irresistibly handsome corporate hatchet man trimming costs by axing employees He also likes to kill women FLAWLESS That s how he balances hi

  • Title: Flawless
  • Author: Tom Kakonis
  • ISBN: 9781941298176
  • Page: 327
  • Format: Paperback
  • FLAWLESS That s how women describe Michael Woodrow He s an irresistibly handsome corporate hatchet man, trimming costs by axing employees He also likes to kill women FLAWLESS That s how he balances his professional and homicidal lives until he falls in love with his next door neighbor and his father is released from prison after serving 18 years for murdering MichaFLAWLESS That s how women describe Michael Woodrow He s an irresistibly handsome corporate hatchet man, trimming costs by axing employees He also likes to kill women FLAWLESS That s how he balances his professional and homicidal lives until he falls in love with his next door neighbor and his father is released from prison after serving 18 years for murdering Michael s mother FLAWLESS That s a standard that becomes increasingly difficult for Michael to sustain when a sleazy, but sharp Florida PI closes in.
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    • James Thane says:

      Sometime back in the late 1990s, I stumbled across Tom Kakonis's great three-book series featuring professional gambler Timothy Waverly, whose business card billed him as an "Applied Probabilities Analyst." Waverly was a unique and very interesting protagonist; the plots were intriguing with a lot of action and just enough droll humor to remind the reader of Kakonis's fellow Michigan author, Elmore Leonard.I devoured the Waverly trilogy and then found Criss Cross, an equally entertaining standal [...]

    • Bandit says:

      This is my 4th read by Kakonis, so I've had a pretty good idea of what to except approaching it and yet he managed to surprise. While still recognizably his work, this one plainly strives for more than just a well written white trash crime tale. Aptly named it seems, Flawless tries and for the most part succeeds at being literature. It put me in mind of Ruth Rendell's work, which I have been reading quite a lot of lately, with its distinctly dark psychological crime drama vibe, albeit Kakonis gi [...]

    • Peter says:

      Flawless (2014) begins with a guy and a gal eyeing each other in a Palm Beach bar. Her name is Shelley Russo; she is fortyish, very randy and a bit ample. His name is—we’ll hold back on that. He is thirtyish, well-dressed, well-spoken, trim, handsome, and has sparkling green eyes. She makes the first move (Oh! Modern Woman! Where were you in my youth?) They chat, they go to her apartment, they undress, and within a very few minutes she is dead—punctured all over by a long pointed object. N [...]

    • Bewaji says:

      This is a mystery/dark/suspense read. Michael the hero in this book is a tragic character. Yes he kills women. I thought that was a joke, but it is not. The thing is he kills them so visciously and brutally. That was a shock to my sensibilities. There should be a warning about this. His psycho behavior stemmed from the fact that he witnessed his father brutally killed his mom when he was just 9 years old.He met his neighbor, fell in love with her, and tried to not listen to his inner dark voice, [...]

    • Col says:

      Synopsis/blurb……FLAWLESSThat’s how women describe Michael Woodrow. He’s an irresistibly handsome corporate hatchet man, trimming costs by axing employees. He also likes to kill women.FLAWLESSThat’s how he balances his professional and homicidal lives until he falls in love with his next-door neighbor… and his father is released from prison after serving 18 years for murdering Michael’s mother.FLAWLESSThat’s a standard that becomes increasingly difficult for Michael to sustain whe [...]

    • Angel Hatfield says:

      Michael’s a corporate consultant who specializes in fixing rundown companies mainly by getting rid employees. Michael seems to be attracted to older married women who cheat then he kills them. Michael’s father is Norman who lives with Michael but doesn’t see him that much as Michael is on the road a lot with business. Norman had just got out of prison Norman had been a Professor of literature and decided to write about his life especially what lead him to prison. Victor Flynn is a P I who [...]

    • Schuyler Wallace says:

      Tom Kakonis has good intentions in his writing of “Flawless,” but he has let his propensity for mental gymnastics and wordiness overshadow a credible idea. There are three main characters, all of whom spent most of their time ruminating over their past, mulling over their instant actions, and trying to attach classic utterances to the reasons for every event they are involved in.I find the resulting murder mystery more tedium than entertainment. The storyline is well thought out and the loca [...]

    • Cheryl says:

       Hatchet man - in more ways than one1. Michael Woodrow works as a consultant, assessing failing businesses and recommending deadweight and dross to get rid of - a hatchet man. He is very handsome and very troubled.2. His father, Norman, lives with him, after serving 18 years for killing Michael's mother.3. Lizabeth moves into the neighborhood and catches the eyes of both men.Add Victor, slimy private investigator, to the mix and the story is starting to look like a train wreck about to happen.I [...]

    • Shannon says:

      This book was a good read. The plot was original and the characters were well developed. This book is hard to categorize as just on type of book. With the characters, Micheal, part murder mystery, why is he so drawn to do the things he does? With Norman, part reflecting on the past, do the sins of the father fall to the son? With Lizbeth part romance is she ready for a relationship with Micheal? With Flam part PI, can he prove his theory? Hard to categorize but a good read. I have to say I thoug [...]

    • Philip Bailey says:

      Have to state I spent so much time looking up word definitions in the built in dictionary on my e-reader it became a distraction to the story. Regretfully due to my age (I think) I will not remember any of those definitions. The story could have been condensed if there were not so many discussions with the voices in the minds of the two main characters. Perhaps we all have those voices in our minds but I am rather sure they are meant to stay in our mind and not vocalized or written down. But if [...]

    • Cindy says:

      A dad, Norman, and a son, Michael, meet the pretty new neighbor. All three characters are varying degrees of broken, Norman and Michael from their history, and Lizabeth from her separate history. A quirk of chance sets PI Victor in their path. Quite a bit of the story is told from the point of view of one of the trio and switches to Victor’s. One quibble is that, whether Michael or Norman is the main character in the story, I’d get so caught up in that story, the switch back to Victor was co [...]

    • Quanita says:

      I received this as a free pdf download from Brash Books. The story follows three men; the Woodrows, father Norman and son Michael and private detective Victor Flam. Norman, a former prison inmate, is a Ph.D in English and Michael is a time/motion consultant. Flam is hired to find the person responsible for some very gruesome murders and the father and son come into his sights. Each has a distinct voice. Flam is vulgar- this plays well in the story, the Woodrow's are well spoken. The ending is a [...]

    • Ann says:

      I received an early copy of Flawless to review and I'm very grateful that I didn't pay for it. The best word to describe this story is "too". Too long. Too racially and sexually degrading. Mr Kakonis seems to also be in love with long words to make us dig out our dictionary to see how intelligent he is. "Pithecanthropine" is a good example. I will not be reading anything else by this author.

    • Bèbè ✦ RANT✦ says:

      There's always something wrong with a hot guy in books. Well in this case, although Michael is considered a catch, he does have couple of flaws. More like the urge to kill women and have an incredibly cruel job in which he is brilliant at. This really reminded me of Dexter and although he actually had some principles, Michael went for women and tries to avoid the investigation. Loved the writing and the story pace, very intriguing.

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