The first book in a new military series revolving around one of the most fascinating professions within the armed forces––the sniper.
One shot, one kill––it is the code of the snipers. Within a military that prides teamwork, strength in numbers, and camaraderie, the sniper's is a rogue profession, feared by his enemies and distrusted by his allies. Kyle Monroe is one of this exclusive fraternity. Still recovering from a mission gone disastrously wrong, Monroe requests a field assignment and is paired with a partner and dispatched to Pakistan, instructed to take out a prominent member of al Qaeda. But the local tribe to which he's assigned want to use his deadly skills to settle a private war with a neighbouring tribe. If Monroe and his partner want to get out of Pakistan alive, they will have to rely on their skills, their experience––and absolutely nothing else.
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Michael Z. Williamson served for five years in the United States Air Force and five years in the Army National Guard, and has spent eight years in the Air National Guard. He is a competitive shooter who also collects and builds firearms and enjoys recreational parachuting. He lives in Indianapolis, Indiana.
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Book Description Avon, 2004. Mass Market Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110060565241