Thanks to a successful suit by University of Richmond law professor Rodney Smolla, you can’t buy a copy of Hit Man anymore. Or at least not from Paladin Press, the publisher of the purported how-to manual for assassins and the defendant in Smolla’s suit, Rice v. Paladin Press.

What you can do, however, is download the book for free from the Web. You can thank Smolla for that, too.

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