s brilliant at making you love characters who essentially are quite bad people (David Baddiel ?It?s blokeish humour ahoy in this thoroughly enjoyable tale... King?s writing is sharp, his comedy as black as Donald Rumsfeld?s heart and he has a real penchant for dialogue as spoken by criminals... the book?s hitman protagonist himself [ cry or vomit? Jack)
Still, Bridges is not to be put off and he's determined to find his Miss Right even if it means him having to kill every women in Britain.
'King's writing is sharp and his humour as black and Donald Rumsfeld's heart' – Maxim
'Danny King is quick becoming the Nick Horny of British crime fiction' – The Big Issue in the North
'King's prose has no limits of resource, invention and cracking humour' – London Student Guide
'A politically incorrect read that'll make you both wince and smile' – Tangled Web UK
'The Hitman Diaries is very funny and so compelling that once started it has to be finished – a fundamental quality of successful crime novels. A grubby, guilty pleasure' – The Times
'One of the few writers who can make me laugh out loud' – David Baddiel