The classic battle of one man verses another. The story occurs in Vietnam during the Lunar New Year battles of TET 1968. A US Marine sergeant named Jeff Riley is being stalked by a Vietcong sniper who is out for revenge for the loss of his grandfather during a firefight with Riley's Squad. The confrontation eventually occurs in the rubble of a side street in Hue City, and the only weapon Riley is able to reach is his squad sniper's rifle, who was wounded. It then became a battle between one sniper verses another. Which one will survive?
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About the Author
Craig Roberts was a US Marine infantryman and sniper in Vietnam in 1965-66 with the famous 9th Marine Regiment. He is a career police officer, having served in the Patrol Division, Bomb Squad, TAC (SWAT) Team, Fugitive Squad, and as a police helicopter pilot in the Air Support Unit. He served as a SWAT sniper, and now teaches law enforcement and military sniper courses. He is an NRA certified Pistol, Rifle, and Shotgun instructor, and is the author or co-author of ten books, both fiction and non-fiction including "One Shot--One Kill: America's Combat Snipers," "Police Sniper," "Crosshairs on the Kill Zone: A Sniper Looks at Dealey Plaza," JFK: The Dead Witnesses," "The Walking Dead: A Marine's Story of Vietnam," "The Medusa File," JFK: The Dead Witnesses", "Combat Medic Vietnam", "Desert Storm", "Doorway to Hell: Disaster in Somalia", "The Hind Heist," "Hellhound" and others. He resides in Oklahoma and is the Chief Range Officer for Cedar Creek Range and Firearms Training Team.