A memoir by a Special Operations Direct Action Sniper traces his extraordinary career during the War on Terror, which was marked by his record-setting deployment to Afghanistan and his face-off against an enemy sniper known only as The Chechnian.
Vick Harwood, a sniper injured in the line of duty in Afghanistan, returns home with little memory of what happened and gradually discovers that a series of local assassinations are occurring when he is nearby.
"A narrative chronicle of the elite Army Special Ops sniper's distinguished career presents step-by-step accountings of his 10 most significant missions while offering insight into the art of sniper shooting, the weapons snipers use and the intelligence they depend on."--NoveList.
A convoy of cars carrying several family members of the President's cabinet to Camp David for "Family Day" is ambushed, killing and wounding wives, husbands and children. Immediately in the aftermath, Vick Harwood watches a Facebook live feed of his former ranger buddy Sammie Samuelson's apparent suicide and confession in his Thurmont, Maryland apartment, just one mile from Camp David. Remnants of a firefight are in the background: sniper rifle,...