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- DescriptionHunter Davisson is an ex-Navy SEAL whose life is defined by what he once was-former member of the world's most elite fighting force, former friend, former father, and former husband. His life is w consumed by demons that haunt him, alcohol that ravages his body, and scratching out a living on the streets of Washington, DC. But his life hasn't hit rock bottom-yet. Hunter arrives at a mysterious rendezvous with the deputy director of national intelligence, a former SEAL buddy who married his ex-wife, only to find him murdered. All evidence points to Hunter as the disgruntled ex-husband. Now he must avoid arrest long eugh to clear his name and uncover the conspiracy that the deputy director was investigating before his death. Rod Gramer tackles questions that could be ripped from today's headlines in The Good Assassin, as his unexpected hero unravels the plot involving the country's most powerful men and an ex-military officer who operates the most lethal mercenary army in the world. How much power is too much? What happens if the power of the national intelligence state falls into the wrong hands? How much freedom are Americans willing to surrender for perceived safety and security? In a dark, twisting story of suspense, will Hunter survive to uncover the truth and stop the conspirators? Or will his enemies kill him first?
- Author BiographyRod Gramer is a veteran journalist who has worked as a newspaper reporter and editor and television news executive in Idaho, Oregon, and Florida. He currently lives in Idaho with his wife, Julie. He is co-author of Fighting the Odds: The Life of Senator Frank Church which details the Church Committee's investigation into serious abuses of power by the FBI and CIA. The book won the 1994 Evans Prize for Biography. Concerned about the rise of the national intelligence state post-9/11, as well as the poor treatment many returning veterans receive, Gramer decided to tackle tough questions that could be ripped from today's headlines.
- Author(s)Rod Gramer
- Date of Publication21/04/2014
- FormatPaperback / softback
- SubjectCrime, Thriller & Adventure
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- Content Noteblack & white illustrations
- Weight472 g
- Width152 mm
- Height229 mm
- Spine19 mm
- Format DetailsTrade paperback (US),Unsewn / adhesive bound
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