“A first-rate police thriller.”—Jonathan Kellerman Detective Frank Keogh. He’s a man who trades on nerve and luck—and a cop who’s about to become an executioner’s target. Detective Frank Keogh has a rare gift—for killing. He picked it up in the jungles of Vietnam and perfected it on New York’s mean streets. It’s a talent that comes in handy when you’re a sniper for the NYPD. But over the years his calling has produced a numbness that has his partner worries: Is Frank finding it too easy to pull the trigger now? Then, on a steamy August night in the South Bronx, a cop connected to Frank is found bizarrely murdered. No one really believes that Keogh is capable of such a brutal act . . . until a second savagely mutilated body is found, and the MO echoes a famous case solved by Frank’s father, a retired detective. Suddenly, Frank Keogh is a fugitive, dodging cops and meeting violence as he takes off on a cross-country chase to the Southwest desert . . . desperately searching for the man who framed him—and the father who could be his last, best hope of staying alive. “An epic police thriller . . . crackling with narrative energy . . . and a deep-grained savvy about cop ways and mores.”—Kirkus Reviews
Type: BOOK - Published: 2012-01-18 - Publisher: Bantam
“A first-rate police thriller.”—Jonathan Kellerman Detective Frank Keogh. He’s a man who trades on nerve and luck—and a cop who’s about to become an executioner’s target. Detective Frank Keogh has a rare gift—for killing. He picked it up in the jungles of Vietnam and perfected it on New York’s mean
Type: BOOK - Published: 2015-04-30 - Publisher: Frontline Books
This is a well-researched, detailed and compelling story.'?Defender Magazine??Billy Sing was a small, dark man _ and a deadly killer. When, as a member of the Australian Imperial Force 5th Light Horse, he was thrust onto the narrow strip of land held by the Australians on Gallipoli, he witnessed the
Type: BOOK - Published: 2000-07 - Publisher: iUniverse
English Mason wants the good life, and he's striven for it since birth. Now he's within a year of graduating from a top university and marrying his sweetheart of seven years. Big Six accounting firms have begun contacting him.Enter Miller Dispenberg, English's lifelong friend and roommate throughout college. He's a
As the New York City Police continue to find the mutilated bodies of murder victims--all of whom were somehow connected to NYPD sniper Frank Keogh--the department begins to suspect that the Vietnam veteran Keogh may be the killer. Reprint. K.
Type: BOOK - Published: 1989-01-02 - Publisher: Simon and Schuster
The story of nineteen-year-old Pfc. Craig Roberts's 1965 experiences with the 9th Marines in Vietnam follows their terrifying encounters at Cam Ne, Le Son, the Phong Le Bridge, and in "Operation Starlight." Reissue.