“A near perfect slice of crime, action and drama. Triggerman should
be on everyone’s reading list.” – The Guardian Locked up for a life
of murder, Roy Nash never thought he’d walk the streets again, let
alone rescue his beloved, Lena. But when the city’s Mafia elite
spring the notorious gun-for-hire to handle one last assignment, Roy
once again finds himself thrown headfirst into a life of bloodshed
and bullets as he sprints a breathless race to save the girl he left
behind. From legendary screenwriter and director Walter Hill (The
Warriors, Red Heat, Last Man Standing) comes this hardboiled crime
thriller set in the bullet-ridden streets of 1930s Los Angeles.
He used to play a dangerous game, running cash for the mob. Now he calls himself Tango, and he lives in a little village rising like a small island out of the rocky sea of the Andes. He's made a few friends since he arrived, with whom he's got a lot in common: they've all got secrets from their past, and they're not exactly who they say they are. One by one, their secrets are revealed in a storm of violence when old friends come knocking, demanding past debts be paid. High up in the Bolivian hills, a mountain community is once again upended by the arrival of strangers and the troubles they seem to bring with them.
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