The Exclusive Gun Range Seems Sketchy as Do Many Characters | BookishFirst

The Exclusive Gun Range Seems Sketchy as Do Many Characters

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Jane is leading a less-than-stellar life, covering a variety of small crimes but possibly facing being let go from her job. Suddenly, a former male acquaintance approaches her one evening after her aerobics workout and takes her directly to a very secretive gun range. I felt like Jane was going to be held captive and tortured in the windowless cement enclosure that turned out to be much bigger than expected. However, Jane is instead instantly taken to target practice and given lessons on learning not to flinch as she pulls the trigger by practicing without bullets. Amazingly, although only one of Jane's live shots hit the target, she's offered a gun. What? Then, she's back to work and focusing on shoplifting at Harrod's along with a hot-headed co-worker who is supposedly on the to-be-fired list as well. Not sure how I feel about all of these sketchy people and places.