When you do stupid things with accomplices, this is what happens to you. What Jacques, Vincent and Olav never dreamed of getting into. When you succeed too many times at getting away as a criminal, the thought of getting jailed leaves you. But once you're behind bars and the whole world sneers at you for … Continue reading Hostage: Dial U for Unhappiness
Halfway through a hot police chase in New York City, Vincent spots a Toll Checkpoint into Verrazano Bridge, thus getting worried. Jacques has no problem with it, though...
Vincent, Olav, and Jacques are about to have a clean getaway with their crime when the police show up, along with the entire TV Crew. USA Today starts live streaming and soon the whole world knows about the hitmen...
Both Vincent and Jacques are serial killers. But for some reason they did not murder anyone in the story..
Let's dig deeper into the world of Jacques Stiletto, and beyond what we already know- money was tight, and he was wanted in seven continents. Jacques is from Austria, Europe, but this is not mentioned in Hostage. He made everyone- including hitmen- shudder in fear in his presence, like if they stared at him they would be cursed (This is mentioned … Continue reading Hostage: Dial J for Jacques
Jacques Stiletto is rich. Or, more accurately, he was rich. Until he hired two hitmen for ¥400,000,000 per night, then bought a €8699 Lufthansa First Class trip from Munich to New York City. in all, in US Dollars, it was more than $141,19913. Now Jacques is desperate for money. But once he gets what he wants- the … Continue reading Hostage: Dial F for First Class
It looks like Vincent is complaining too much as Jacques and the others tail a very important airplane. Jacques, having been drained of all his very little patience, hurls Vincent and Olav out of the jet they're flying and decides to do the hardest part himself- breaking into the President's jet, Air Force One. This is … Continue reading Hostage: Dial B for Betrayal