By Stephen Hunter
The explosive New York Times bestseller by way of Stephen Hunter that sends ex-Marine sniper Bob Lee Swagger into the thick of an FBI research and contours the various maximum gunfights ever to grace the page.
It takes a professional killer…
Four famed ‘60s radicals are gunned down at lengthy variety by way of a sniper. all of the evidence—timeline, ballistics, forensics, purpose, capacity, and opportunity—points to Marine struggle hero Carl Hitchcock. Even his suicide. The case is sort of too perfect.
…to hunt one.
Recruited through the FBI to ascertain the information, retired Marine sharpshooter Bob Lee Swagger penetrates the hot know-how of the secretive sniper international to resolve a cosmopolitan conspiracy run by way of his so much ruthless adversary yet—a marksman whose prepared mind and pinpoint accuracy rival his personal. but if the enemy and his lethal henchmen mistake Bob for the hunted, it’s transparent that a few occasions demand an exceptional guy with a gun…and the center to exploit it.
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The gun ran dry. If he’d extra event, he can have dumped the empty in a moment and been again on course within the subsequent, yet he wasn’t yes the place the magazine liberate used to be, and by the point he acquired it tripped to drop the empty field, chanced on one other, heavier field, bought it inserted and locked into position, he raised his eyes simply in time to event astonishment. The Impala piled into their vehicle. The clang despatched him thundering opposed to the door, and the gun slipped from his grip. Holy fuck, where’d that come from? Spangles, fireworks, flashbulbs, every kind of optic disturbance stuffed his tiny, centred brain, and he needed to head-shake difficult to get himself again to fact. He reached, felt for the gun, bought it up, checked intelligently to work out if the magazine was once nonetheless locked in position, checked back that the bolt was once again and locked open, and got here as much as rejoin the struggle simply in time to blow his evening imaginative and prescient at the 4 quick, vibrant muzzle flashes of his man firing throughout either hoods via his entrance windshield, the place dazed Tino struggled with seat- belt confusion. Too past due for Tino; the bullets discovered him in chest and head, and Rat felt the new spray of blood splattering from a high-velocity effect on flesh as Tino made a few indecipherable sound of remorse and slumped to the left like a sack of apples. Rat acquired the subgun—now it appeared so long—up and orientated in that path and squeezed off a burst that ripped hell out of not less than 3 panes of thick car glass—his personal correct entrance, the guy’s left entrance and, facing and out, what remained of the windshield; the bullets left a galaxy of spatter-pattern fissures as they flew, and lots of hit the hood the place the opposite shooter have been yet used to be not, spanging off in a twig of sparks and pulverized automobile paint. together with his elbow he knocked the deal with at the door in the back of him and spilled out. He hit the floor, accumulated himself speedy right into a shooter’s crouch, and searched for ambitions. It used to be so quiet. All road sounds had died, all site visitors had stopped, the various civilians had frozen or slunk away to permit the gamers figure out their gun drama all alone. For the 1st time in his lifestyles, Rat felt worry. His bowels virtually got here unfastened and the ice water that he’d notion stuffed his veins churned into his reduce colon as a substitute. This man used to be a professional. He was once so fucking sturdy. How may well he get to weapons so quick? frequently while the bullets flew, even the main hardened police officers went right into a form of daze and it took seconds, occasionally mins, sooner than they have been functioning successfully, and it was once in that hole that Rat made his residing. yet now not this night. flow! he ordered himself, emerging a little, back peering over the horizon of shattered glass, bullet-pierced autos, drifting smoke, and lighting fixtures subtle within the drizzle for a aim and observed none. He discovered: he’s coming to get me, that means he’ll be coming round the entrance of the locked automobiles, and whilst he will get to my bumper, he’s obtained conceal and that i don’t. That received his ass relocating. He scrambled left down the part of the automobile, dipped at the back of its tail, and felt vaguely safe, whilst the second one tremendous thought hit him.