PREY FOR THE SNIPER: A Viet Nam War Novel

PREY FOR THE SNIPER: A Viet Nam War Novel

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A teenage girl is personally chosen by Ho Chi Minh and sent to South Viet Nam on a clandestine mission, armed with a new secret weapon provided by the Russians. An elusive Viet Cong sniper is picking off US and South Vietnamese officials along Highway One between Cu Chi and Tay Ninh. Lieutenant Carr and Sergeant Samples are dealing with an quirky temporary company commander while their mechanized infantry platoon searches for the sniper. Sergeant Nash Jaramillo, leading the 25th Division’s best sniper team, has also been tasked with finding and eliminating the Viet Cong sniper. It’s a cat and mouse game, with both snipers posing as someone they are not, and the young girl waiting for the signal to use the weapon that could end the war. The plot interweaves the many characters into a tapestry of deception and ambush until their actions reach an explosive conclusion. You must read this latest thrilling novel of the war in Viet Nam, seen through the eyes of the people who fought it.

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    PREY FOR THE SNIPER: A Viet Nam War Novel Reviews

  • John Podlaski

    For some reason, Prey for the Sniper, took me a little while to get into. In this tale, there are three separate story lines that the author weaves together and finally clash together at the end. A co...

  • John Kersley

    Prey for the sniper Very good. Very good. Very good.—————————————————————————————- ———————————————————...

  • Donald

    Tropics Lightning FunFirst , let me say that as 3 tour Nam vet I found this book to be spot on! Great read! Action , plots, well developed characters create a very REAL Nam War book. Way too many that...

  • Chester B Nations

    Reminded me of 4th grade when we had to write an essay of 200 or more words of what we did during the summer. My best attempt fell about 100 words short so I just “stuffed “ it with extraneous wor...

  • John F.

    Real life vs. FictionOutstanding book that follows Army Soldiers serving in the Vietnam War. I absolutely love these kind of books. I love all the details. I felt like I was there with Carr, Nash, Sam...

  • george ingols

    Different kind of "Happy Ending"Enjoyable read about the Viet Nam experienced by an exceptional GI. Author was accurate with details and made the story line easy to keep you reading. Other books by th...

  • Robert Nation

    Very good bookGreat read! Kept me interested throughout and made me laugh at times. Vietnam was my era though I didn't serve but tried ( couldn't pass physical). Ending was perfect! Sorry it had to en...

  • Warren Osborne

    Good readThe novel was attention catching and The way it transitioned from the the U.S. Army to the VC counterparts kept the intrigue constant....

  • Thomas

    A good readI enjoyed the book. It is a good read that is fairly accurate with regards to equipment, geography and tactics....

  • freda lockamy

    WowLove the book .it was in my time war is not cut and dry , keep writingFredaOk ok...