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Clean Kill (Kyle Swanson Sniper Series #3)
     

Clean Kill (Kyle Swanson Sniper Series #3)

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by Jack Coughlin, Donald A. Davis
 

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On the heels of the New York Times bestselling Dead Shot comes the most thrilling installment of the Kyle Swanson series yet, in which an attempt at a new peace in the Middle East is shattered by an unknown attacker, and only Swanson can find out who's responsible

At a 15th Century castle outside

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Clean Kill 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 54 reviews.
JimAdams More than 1 year ago
Jack Coughlin and Don Davis write stories very similar in theme and readability as those of Vince Flynn. The stories are up to the minute, thrilling and believable. Kyle Swanson is a sniper with the military and Rapp is a CIA agent. But the differences stop there. Those who cannot wait for their next Vince Flynn fix can hold off withdrawal symptoms with these books. There are three of them now and they are all great.
Southern_Aviator More than 1 year ago
This is Coughlin and Davis' third teaming up. Their first two books, Kill Zone and Dead Shot were well worth the read, providing the reader with intense action, thrills, and a few other aspects on the side. The pair did not dissapoint on thier third installment of the Kyle Swanson saga. Coughlin, who was a Marine Sniper, uses his knowledge to give the book a good solid realistic understanding to the world of a sniper. The story itself is very interesting, drawing from real world happenings, and extrapolating "what-if" scenarios, Coughlin and Davis leave the reader in the middle of a crisis that only Kyle Swanson, and his small team of friends and comrades can resolve. There are few things wrong with this book, in terms of details, but overall, it's a great read. The writing is detailed yet simple, which allows the reader to get a good sense of what's going on, but without being overly wordy like other books of this type can be. The story draws you in, because I couldn't stop reading it. Another great book! * A side note: Reading the first two books, Kill Zone and Dead Shot before this one might be a good idea. Some of the characters, their relationships, and some of the events that are discussed in this book are not easily understood, unless you've read the previous stories.
harstan More than 1 year ago
In Scotland, representatives from Saudi Arabia and Israel are finishing up negotiations on a peace treaty when two TOW missiles hit the castle. As soon as the missiles hit their target, Wahabi fundamentalists attack the progressive House of Saud. As civil war breaks out, U.S. Army Gunnery Sergeant. Kyle Swanson and his squad work closely with the Saudi military to keep them from buckling or changing sides. The unit also is assigned to track down the perpetrators behind the Scottish attack and bring justice Saudi style to them. However, his assignment leaves him in conflict with the dreaded Muttaween Saudi religious police and terrorist Juba a former British sniper. With a great opening premise of what happens to those seeking peace with Israel, the third Sniper thriller (see Kill Zone and Dead Shot) is an exhilarating action-packed over the top of Jabal Sawda, but will keep readers in anticipated suspense awaiting a confrontation between Swanson and Juba. The story line is faster than a speeding missile as fans will root for Kyle and company in what is a fun thriller. Harriet Klausner
madcam More than 1 year ago
I recommend the whole series.
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Which is the first book
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