Kissyman and the Gentleman

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Kissyman and the Gentleman [KINDLE] ✽ Kissyman and the Gentleman By Scott Sigler – Polishdarling.co.uk KISSYMAN THE GENTLEMAN Scott Sigler KISSYMAN THE GENTLEMAN New York City,No one knows his real name, but when the job is too dirty, too dangerous, you call Kissyman Once he was an elite Nazi SS comman KISSYMAN THE GENTLEMAN Scott Sigler KISSYMAN THE GENTLEMAN New York City,No one knows his Kissyman and Kindle - real name, but when the job is too dirty, too dangerous, you call Kissyman Once he was an elite Nazi SS commando, an honorable soldier, a taker of lives Kissyman and the Gentleman by Scott Sigler Kissyman and the Gentleman book Readreviews from the world s largest community for readers Kissyman the Gentleman Livre audio Scott SiglerDcouvrez cette coute propose par Audible New York City,No one knows his real name, but when the job is too dirty, too dangerous, they call Kissyman Once an elite Nazi SS commando, an honorable soldier, a taker of lives When he was assigned to Dachau and saw what he was actually fightin Kissyman the Gentleman English Edition eBook SiglerAchetez et tlchargez ebook Kissyman the Gentleman English Edition Boutique Kindle HistoricalKissyman the Gentleman Scott Sigler, Ray Porter, EmptyKissyman the Gentleman Scott Sigler, Ray Porter, Empty Set EntertainmentLivres Kissyman and the Gentleman by Scott Sigler Listen to Kissyman and the Gentleman by Scott Sigler episodes free, on demand New York City,No one knows his real name, but when the job is too dirty, too dangerous, you call Kissyman Once he was an elite Nazi SS commando, an honorable soldier, a taker of lives When he was assigned to Dachau and saw what he was actual fighting for, he went AWOL and ran as far away as he could to America He Kissyman and the Gentleman by Scott Sigler Listen to Kissyman and the Gentleman by Scott Sigler episodes free, on demand Kissyman meets Doctor Matt Kriz, Hank Williams, and Peggy Lee He sees the famous sights of Manhattan and is most definitely not making The Gentleman happy Not one damn bit EPISODE CORRECTION Where you hear the words Patsy Cline, it should be Peggy Lee The easiest way to listen to podcasts on your iPhone,.


10 thoughts on “Kissyman and the Gentleman

  1. Shawn Deal Shawn Deal says:

    This was such a fun story about the strangest assassin to grace the pages in a very long time Anyone new to Scott Sigler should start here, this is the epitome of everything he is good at action, humor and just down right good story telling.


  2. Geoff Taylor Geoff Taylor says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I listened to the free audio Podiobooks version, as always, enlivened and enhanced by the performance of the author, Scott Sigler view spoiler A mystery action thriller set in New York City just after WWII centred around a plot to kill a movie star, and an unusual cast of characters including a hulking great German ex SS commando as protagonist, his one armed side kick, and variousor less savoury supporting characters Sounds like a setup almost designed to repel readers, but somehow Sig I listened to the free audio Podiobooks version, as always, enlivened and enhanced by the performance of the author, Scott Sigler view spoiler A mystery action thriller set in New York City just after WWII centred around a plot to kill a movie star, and an unusual cast of characters including a hulking great German ex SS commando as protagonist, his one armed side kick, and variousor less savoury supporting characters Sounds like a setup almost designed to repel readers, but somehow Sigler cleverly manages to make the protagonist sympathetic and to win the reader over This is done partly through establishing an honour code for the main characters, and partly through a clever use of animal attraction literally This is based on our common intuition that if an animal likes and trusts a person and if the person, despite protestations, is clearly an animal lover, then that person is probably at heart a good person See, as always, Raymond Chandler s masterly use of the cat to create a sympathetic protagonist, Philip Marlowe, at the start of the novel The Long Goodbye I suspect that this was the main ambition in writing the book for Sigler to see if he could make the in principle most unsympathetic character into a liked protagonist.The only sticking point for me and possibly other readers listeners, is the use of national ethnic stereotypes This use is clearly true to character for the protagonist and narrator, Kissyman, and is probably true to the period and location There are surely many precedents for it in books and films of the time, even in therecent 1987 Brian De Palma film The Untouchables In so far as Sigler is using and we are enjoying these stereotypes in a post modern ironic way, fine Perhaps especially in current times, with the topic of immigration such a hot one in popular media, and the recent rise in popularity ofright wing nationalistic anti immigrant political parties in the UK and Europe generally, the casual use of such stereotypes is slightly unsettling hide spoiler


  3. Eric Grimm Eric Grimm says:

    Another short story turned into a stand alone novel According to podcast by the author there may be a chance that he will find a way to connect this novel with the majority of his other novels collectively known as the siglerverse but only if it can be done logically Scott is known for making simple, logical, decisions in his works As he has said dead is dead That s all good and what not but this is a wonderful novel by its lonesome and I strongly suggest everyone to get your read on.


  4. Reese Reese says:

    One of Sigler s short stories which was an interesting timepiece of the life of a scoundrel This and many of his short stories can be listened to on audiobook through his Bloodcast series on itunes.The story is based around an ex nazi turned hitman in new york Though loosing a few marbles, he gets the job done.I enjoyed the strong personalities and humorous events that played out in this short story.


  5. Kasy Kasy says:

    This was one of the first stories that I listened to of Scott Sigler s and I absolutely loved it I had never been big into listening to books, but when I met my boyfriend an he introduced me to the Siglerverse, well, lets just say I haven t stopped listening One of my favorite things about this book was Kissyman himself Who doesn t love a German gangster Great story with great characters I hope to hearin the future


  6. Meg Meg says:

    I loved this book It was an awesome to listen to while I was working I found myself in love with the Ex Nazi hitman and his oddity Scott, I can t wait to read another Kissyman book He s such an odd and refreshing character, add the classy scenery, and you can t help but fall in love If you enjoy thrillers and fun characters I beg you to pick this up.


  7. Jimmy Jimmy says:

    The ONLY thing that made this novella less for me than any of fantastic Scott Sigler s other work that I love is the weird off German accent that reminds meof Mickey Rooney as Mr Yunioshi in Breakfast at Tiffany s, than the villians I ve seen in Indiana Jones movies.


  8. innae innae says:

    I just finished listening to this story on Scott Sigler s Bloodcast yeah, so it was recorded back in 2010 or so I enjoyed it, but I am only a so so fan of Kissyman I prefer Scott s horror tales and of course the GFL series.


  9. Hugo Saraiva Hugo Saraiva says:

    Former SS Nazi after helping a jew get out of a Nazi Camp and escape to the States now lives his days doing jobs When killing is involved, he kisses the people he kills and lets out an insane laugh of a mad man Listen to the Audio Podcast, Scott Sigler does an awesome job


  10. Bill Bill says:

    A very good and entertaining audio short from Scott Sigler I did have kind of a hard time with the protagonist though view spoiler ex Nazis even a Sigler character just kind of rub me wrong hide spoiler A very good and entertaining audio short from Scott Sigler I did have kind of a hard time with the protagonist though view spoiler ex Nazis even a Sigler character just kind of rub me wrong hide spoiler


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10 thoughts on “Kissyman and the Gentleman

  1. Shawn Deal Shawn Deal says:

    This was such a fun story about the strangest assassin to grace the pages in a very long time Anyone new to Scott Sigler should start here, this is the epitome of everything he is good at action, humor and just down right good story telling.


  2. Geoff Taylor Geoff Taylor says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I listened to the free audio Podiobooks version, as always, enlivened and enhanced by the performance of the author, Scott Sigler view spoiler A mystery action thriller set in New York City just after WWII centred around a plot to kill a movie star, and an unusual cast of characters including a hulking great German ex SS commando as protagonist, his one armed side kick, and variousor less savoury supporting characters Sounds like a setup almost designed to repel readers, but somehow Sig I listened to the free audio Podiobooks version, as always, enlivened and enhanced by the performance of the author, Scott Sigler view spoiler A mystery action thriller set in New York City just after WWII centred around a plot to kill a movie star, and an unusual cast of characters including a hulking great German ex SS commando as protagonist, his one armed side kick, and variousor less savoury supporting characters Sounds like a setup almost designed to repel readers, but somehow Sigler cleverly manages to make the protagonist sympathetic and to win the reader over This is done partly through establishing an honour code for the main characters, and partly through a clever use of animal attraction literally This is based on our common intuition that if an animal likes and trusts a person and if the person, despite protestations, is clearly an animal lover, then that person is probably at heart a good person See, as always, Raymond Chandler s masterly use of the cat to create a sympathetic protagonist, Philip Marlowe, at the start of the novel The Long Goodbye I suspect that this was the main ambition in writing the book for Sigler to see if he could make the in principle most unsympathetic character into a liked protagonist.The only sticking point for me and possibly other readers listeners, is the use of national ethnic stereotypes This use is clearly true to character for the protagonist and narrator, Kissyman, and is probably true to the period and location There are surely many precedents for it in books and films of the time, even in therecent 1987 Brian De Palma film The Untouchables In so far as Sigler is using and we are enjoying these stereotypes in a post modern ironic way, fine Perhaps especially in current times, with the topic of immigration such a hot one in popular media, and the recent rise in popularity ofright wing nationalistic anti immigrant political parties in the UK and Europe generally, the casual use of such stereotypes is slightly unsettling hide spoiler


  3. Eric Grimm Eric Grimm says:

    Another short story turned into a stand alone novel According to podcast by the author there may be a chance that he will find a way to connect this novel with the majority of his other novels collectively known as the siglerverse but only if it can be done logically Scott is known for making simple, logical, decisions in his works As he has said dead is dead That s all good and what not but this is a wonderful novel by its lonesome and I strongly suggest everyone to get your read on.


  4. Reese Reese says:

    One of Sigler s short stories which was an interesting timepiece of the life of a scoundrel This and many of his short stories can be listened to on audiobook through his Bloodcast series on itunes.The story is based around an ex nazi turned hitman in new york Though loosing a few marbles, he gets the job done.I enjoyed the strong personalities and humorous events that played out in this short story.


  5. Kasy Kasy says:

    This was one of the first stories that I listened to of Scott Sigler s and I absolutely loved it I had never been big into listening to books, but when I met my boyfriend an he introduced me to the Siglerverse, well, lets just say I haven t stopped listening One of my favorite things about this book was Kissyman himself Who doesn t love a German gangster Great story with great characters I hope to hearin the future


  6. Meg Meg says:

    I loved this book It was an awesome to listen to while I was working I found myself in love with the Ex Nazi hitman and his oddity Scott, I can t wait to read another Kissyman book He s such an odd and refreshing character, add the classy scenery, and you can t help but fall in love If you enjoy thrillers and fun characters I beg you to pick this up.


  7. Jimmy Jimmy says:

    The ONLY thing that made this novella less for me than any of fantastic Scott Sigler s other work that I love is the weird off German accent that reminds meof Mickey Rooney as Mr Yunioshi in Breakfast at Tiffany s, than the villians I ve seen in Indiana Jones movies.


  8. innae innae says:

    I just finished listening to this story on Scott Sigler s Bloodcast yeah, so it was recorded back in 2010 or so I enjoyed it, but I am only a so so fan of Kissyman I prefer Scott s horror tales and of course the GFL series.


  9. Hugo Saraiva Hugo Saraiva says:

    Former SS Nazi after helping a jew get out of a Nazi Camp and escape to the States now lives his days doing jobs When killing is involved, he kisses the people he kills and lets out an insane laugh of a mad man Listen to the Audio Podcast, Scott Sigler does an awesome job


  10. Bill Bill says:

    A very good and entertaining audio short from Scott Sigler I did have kind of a hard time with the protagonist though view spoiler ex Nazis even a Sigler character just kind of rub me wrong hide spoiler A very good and entertaining audio short from Scott Sigler I did have kind of a hard time with the protagonist though view spoiler ex Nazis even a Sigler character just kind of rub me wrong hide spoiler


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