Published: 11/09/2015
eISBN: 9781785894343
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Using my passion for modern history, along with my knowledge of firearms and martial arts, over several years, I have developed the Autobiography of an Assassin Series. I love the freedom and intense ... read more

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Assassin
Formative Years
by M.T. Hallgarth

Formative Years… we all have to start somewhere – don’t we? It is just that the formative years of Martin were significantly different to those of most.

He had only just turned sixteen when he had killed his first – the first of many. By the age of twenty-one he had killed hundreds more.

Fleeing to Belgium, as a schoolboy, he is recruited into a ruthless mercenary organisation – ‘La Légion’. Undergoing intensive and sometimes brutal training in the foothills of the Atlas Mountains in Morocco, he emerges as a well-trained and psychologically conditioned killer.

From the brutal carnage, which is the Congo and Biafra, to the targeted killings and assassinations in Vietnam; by the time Martin has turned twenty-one, he has experienced many lives ... and taken many lives as well - hundreds!

These are his ‘Formative Years’!

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Some of the reviews for the Autobiography of an Assassin Series:

5.0 out of 5 stars HIGHLY RECOMMENDED - A MUST READ BOOK, 20 Sep 2014
By
BLUEFISH
This review is from: Autobiography of an Assassin: Part One: The Here and the Now (Kindle Edition)
What a cracker of a book, with a career which has spanned decades, has in some form or other killed between 900 to 1200 people on the way and travelled around the globe. He is a killing machine belonging to a family of assassins with skills, strengths and specialities. Its an in depth account but is a must read book, completely fascinating and I loved it.

5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant! Great foundation for more books!, 5 Feb. 2015
By Christian Warden
This review is from: Autobiography of an Assassin: Part One: The Here and the Now
I loved this book, the attention to detail is excellent and I was really drawn to the book because of this. The pace is clever and makes it believable. I feel this book sets the scene for what has to be more books.

5.0 out of 5 stars this book builds up nicely giving a great insight into an assassin mind 3 Jan. 2015
By mr stephen t gardner
cant wait until part 2. this book builds up nicely giving a great insight into an assassin mind. very well written, cant help feeling the best is yet to come, .keep it up mr hallgarth. excellent stuff

5.0 out of 5 stars Read it!
By JohnBlaso on May 14, 2015
Format: Kindle Edition
I met the author a few weeks ago in Las Vegas, found out he wrote this book, I purchased and when I started reading it was like I was immersed in the plot. The details of the weapons helped me understand why they were used. Its a great read, get the book, grab your favorite chair and dig in, you will not be disappointed!

Five Stars by Anna - Building on the strong foundations of previous books, the story unveils further into the past. Very different from books I have read in the past but really enjoyed the read.

Five Stars by mr stephen t gardner - Super stuff yet again.

Shoot em up violence., June 26, 2016
4 stars out of 5
By Buddy
This review is for: Assassin: Reborn Again (Autobiography of an Assassin Series Book 4) (Kindle Edition)
Certainly different. Not for the squeamish. Violent

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Cracking read

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