With a tremendous depth of character, rich, dark mythology, and a storyline brimful of consequences, loss, and love, Greg Mitchell’s HITMEN should appease any fan of 1980s horror. This yarn is a bit heavy with mild profanities (and other things), which I have a personal aversion to. But to be fair, HITMEN was not written for someone like me (and I’ll not elaborate any further, lest I ruin the story’s intent). One can easily become sucked into this shadowy tale, though, and the vast majority of readers should have no problem with every morsel it has to offer.
—Review by T.W. Johnson