Assassin’s Lullaby by Mark Rubinstein | Book Review

A former assassin for the Mossad now lives in New York City, where under various assumed names he’s a contract killer. When he accepts a challenging assignment from the head of the Brooklyn-based Odessa mafia, his ghostly existence over the last ten years is threatened, pushing him to take extreme measures along with unprecedented danger. Is accepting the offer a subliminal death wish? Or is it a way to reclaim part of his damaged soul?