An Act of Treason (Kyle Swanson Sniper Novels) by Sgt. Jack Coughlin, Donald A. Davis

By Sgt. Jack Coughlin, Donald A. Davis

Within the fourth novel within the manhattan occasions bestselling sequence, Marine sniper Kyle Swanson reveals himself within the points of interest of a guy he as soon as idolized—a real American hero became traitor Swanson and his appealing female friend, CIA agent Lauren Carson, are on a venture in Pakistan while their international is grew to become within out. Kyle is captured and thrown in legal. Lauren is accused of being a double agent. the single individual they belief to aid is the guy who despatched them at the black operation—Jim corridor, a mythical CIA agent, Kyle’s sniper mentor, and Lauren’s boss and previous lover. yet corridor has long past rogue. he's promoting America’s innermost secrets and techniques to a ruthless Pakistani warlord who desires to mildew al- Qaeda right into a valid political occasion, and safe a nuclear arsenal. For Jim corridor, his former prot?g? Swanson is the ultimate main issue. luck or failure pivots on even if Swanson can cease the outdated good friend who knowledgeable him to be a shooter. From the streets of Washington to the Bavarian Alps, the 2 snipers stalk one another in a dangerous hunt that has just one attainable final result.

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He is very good. " "We want to keep this under our control. " Hall looked at the director with a steady gaze. " Geneen scoffed. "No, Jim. " "Bart, I will be retiring in three months. I want to go out at the top of my game, not sitting behind a desk half a world away from the action. I may be a step slower, but there is nothing wrong with my shooting skill, and I have the personal contacts over there. Besides, I helped train Kyle Swanson. We can work together almost without words. " Geneen mulled it over in silence.

The Muslim clerics were siding with him because of his pious religious beliefs. Al-Qaeda, far from being an ally, fell into line; Pakistan offered them benign shelter at a time when they would otherwise have no home. The warlords gave him support because he was one of them, and easily the smartest and most powerful. Young people were drawn to his magnetic speeches and sermons about how tomorrow would belong to them. The media was cultivated to present him as an exciting new face in pragmatic Islamic politics, and the Bright Path as the party of the future.

When the stewards left, the two men nibbled quietly on vegetable salads and small servings of jumbo shrimp sauteed in a light mustard sauce. They had known each other for a long time and would tend to business in its turn. Geneen was a carryover from the previous administration of President Mark Tracy and had been reappointed by the new president, Graham Russell. The director had spent his entire professional life remaining studiously nonpolitical in the intelligence world. From his point of view, it did not matter who was sitting in the White House, for he served the office, not the man.

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