Clean Kill

  • Title: Clean Kill
  • Author: Jack Coughlin Donald A. Davis
  • ISBN: 9780312551025
  • Page: 390
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Clean Kill On the heels of the New York Times bestselling Dead Shot comes the most thrilling installment of the Kyle Swanson series yet in which an attempt at a new peace in the Middle East is shattered by an u
    On the heels of the New York Times bestselling Dead Shot comes the most thrilling installment of the Kyle Swanson series yet, in which an attempt at a new peace in the Middle East is shattered by an unknown attacker, and only Swanson can find out who s responsible At a 15th Century castle outside Edinburgh, Scotland, Sir Geoffrey Cornwell is brokering an unprecedented aOn the heels of the New York Times bestselling Dead Shot comes the most thrilling installment of the Kyle Swanson series yet, in which an attempt at a new peace in the Middle East is shattered by an unknown attacker, and only Swanson can find out who s responsible At a 15th Century castle outside Edinburgh, Scotland, Sir Geoffrey Cornwell is brokering an unprecedented agreement Prince Abdullah of Saudi Arabia and the Israeli Foreign Minister are scheduled to sign an historic peace treaty that is, until their meeting is violently interrupted by a missile strike that leaves the Foreign Minister of Israel dead and Cornwell and the Prince injured Gunnery Sergeant Kyle Swanson is running covert missions in the mountains of Pakistan when he s called away from duty He leaves for the U.K where he thwarts another attempt on the prince of Saudi Arabia s life The attackers are Middle Eastern, but they aren t working for Al Qaeda they re employed by foreign operatives opposed to the peace agreement and determined to claim Saudi oil reserves for themselves by whatever means necessary Meanwhile, out of hiding and back from the dead comes Juba, one of the deadliest terrorists in the world and Kyle Swanson s nemesis, who is determined to exact revenge on the man who nearly took his life With scenes of tremendous suspense that span the globe, Clean Kill puts Swanson in the sights of a group whose greed and vengeance know no limits But their deadly ambitions also bring them into his sights, which is the wrong place to be.

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    1. Gunnery Sgt Jack Coughlin s autobiography, Shooter, describes his experiences as the top ranked marine sniper in the Iraq War Coughlin is also the author, with Donald A Davis, of the Kyle Swanson Sniper Novels Kill Zone, Dead Shot, Clean Kill, and An Act of Treason Coughlin grew up in Waltham, Massachusetts, and joined the Marines when he was 19 He served with the Marines during the drive to Baghdad and has operated on a wide range of assignments in hot spots around the worldcmillan author jackco


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    1. Personal ResponseI really enjoyed reading the book Clean Killby Jack Coughlin. The plot of the book was very interesting, and well thought out. The book gives the reader an idea of what it is like being in the military. I also liked how the diplomatic relationships were portrayed in the book, because I feel like that is how it is in real life. The only complaint I have about the book, is the military terms they use can get confusing if you don't know a lot about the military.Plot SummaryThe book [...]

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    2. Personal Response: I thought this book was really good because it was full of action and suspense. This book would probably be in my top ten list of books. I will definitely read the first two book now. I wish I would have known this was the third book before I was halfway done with it. I did not know because there was no indication on the book when I looked. Maybe I did not look hard enough.Plot: Clean Killby Jack Coughlin is the third and final book in the Sniper series. Kyle Swanson, the main [...]

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    3. Clean Kill is the 3rd installment in the Kyle Swanson series, Kill Zone & Dead Shot being the first two. In the novel Swanson is a Gunnery Sergeant in the United States Marine Corp. The author, Jack Coughlin is a retired Marine of the same rank having held the same job of sniper. The brand they are building is “A Sniper Novel”. I love it. Swanson is an incredible patriot and loves the Marines. I love one of his favorite sayings “Slow is fast, fast is smooth”. There is nothing about t [...]

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    4. “Clean Kill” the high-impact and intense third novel in the “Kyle Swanson Sniper” series heats up with the escalation of an uprising in Saudi Arabia, the assassination of the Saudi king and an assault on a Scottish castle where Prince Abdullah the country’s ambassador is about to sign a peace agreement with the Israeli foreign minister. Returning from a covert mission in Pakistan Gunnery Sergeant Kyle Swanson not only discovers Sir Geoffrey Cornwall injured and about to go into surgery [...]

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    5. Leuk boek. Hangt voor mij ergens tussen 3 en 4 sterren in. De situatie waarin Kyle terecht komt is m.i. nog aardig reëel.

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    6. The 3rd book in the series, the second I've read. Great stuff. The problem with so many of the paperback thrillers I've been reading lately is the 2nd Act. Most of them have a great opening, then one good idea that they save for the end. The middle is a vast wasteland. In books like Vince Flynn's Mitch Rapp series, it's kind of the point: after doing something awesome to glean a clue that something bad is going to go down, Mitch Rapp is prevented by bureaucratic red tape from being awesome again [...]

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    7. Im reading Clean kill I'm on page 16 and it is good so far it about a secrete mission and there going for some in alkada group. I think about the guy that was in special forces. I think there arguing to be death in bot al-kada group and special forces. This book reminds me of the time special forces killed Osama bin laden. I thought I was serious but latter in the book it's just going to get scary. I think the author wrote this book to describe what happened when they killed Osama bin laden. I f [...]

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    8. Gunny Sergeant Swanson, one of the best snipers in the world, and the members of Trident command are dispatched to Saudi Arabia to stop an violent uprising and recover 5 nuclear bombs in that country before a Russian backed and Chinese threatened attack can topple the government. Juba, Swanson old enemy is also on hand to try to kill Swanson. The action is fast and furious, and the sniper shows that his wits and military prowess count for as much as his long gun.

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    9. Lost interest. Started to read like a Tom Clancy novel with too much detail that began to bore me. There was a lot of action, but sporadic at best. I give it a 3-star because the writing and character development was good, and I'm sure the story would have turned out good. But, it was just too detailed for me.

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    10. Personal ResponseI liked this book because it had a lot of action and moments where you were unsure of where the book was going. Also it had a lot of tense moments and a good amount of suspenseful moments. Another thing was that the author was able to surprise the reader in all of those tense and suspenseful moments.PlotFirst, Kyle and his team, which are called Team Trident, are tracking down a group of terrorists up in the mountains of Pakistan. Then finally, after hours of searching they find [...]

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    11. Dit is niet Coughlin's beste boek, eerlijk gezegd. Het begin van het verhaal leek weinig veelbelovend en er zat weinig actie in. Toch is dit gedeelte essentieel voor de rest van het verhaal. De motieven van de hoofdpersonages worden er levendiger door. Misschien had deze aanloop naar de jacht op de terrorist anders of korter gekund, want het was wel erg langdradig. Coughlin is er wel in geslaagd de omgeving van het land te schetsen. Zijn beschrijvingen komen goed tot leven. Toch voelde ik niet h [...]

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    12. I am enjoying Sniper #3. Or should I say "enjoyed".I keep remembering the good parts and it was a fun read. As with #2, you should try and start the series with the first one to get the flavor of what is going on and the interaction with key players.I was surprised by the writing and fluidity of the story. Knowing a bit about the military and the processes, yes, there were a few breakdowns in what and how it happens, but then again, there is enough realism in our world that let the author take l [...]

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    13. Reads like an action blockbuster. I was hooked from the beginning. Badass Kyle Swanson is called into action again but this time he also has to tie up loose ends as a personal enemy has an opportunity to get the revenge he always wanted.

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    14. Another good Kyle Swanson thriller, as upheaval in Saudi Arabia threatens the world's oil supply and convinces some interesting players on the world stage to make some audacious moves. A nice mix of boots-on-the-ground action with some geopolitical entanglement.

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    15. Allemaal leuke thrillers in deze snipper serie

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    16. Excellent!Jack Coughlin does it again.Tom Clancy would have enjoyed reading these books.Can't wait for the next one to be downloaded.

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    17. This is the third book in the Kyle Swanson "A SNIPER NOVEL" series. And of course co-author Jack Coughlin's (USMC retired) autobiography "SHOOTER" defined the authenticity of a sniper "think-tank" that provides the authentic nucleus for this fictionalized series. There's a reason the jargon and action rings truer than most other novels. As the story unfolds Swanson is with his super classified Task-Force-Trident in the "ragged" mountains of Western Pakistan. Trident is involved in "THEIR FOURTH [...]

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    18. This is the third in a series (which I didn’t know at the time), following US Marine super sniper Kyle Swanson, who works in a secret terrorist hunting team. After a massive terrorist attack on a peace summit in Scotland between Israel and Saudi Arabia, being held at his mentor’s Highland estate, Swanson and his team get dragged into a conspiracy to start a coup in the Middle East. Filled with action, gun battles and undercover spy work, the book did seem to have a very fast pace, switching [...]

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    19. In dit derde deel gaat het verhaal terug naar 1992 naar de Somalische stad Mogadishu, waar Kyle en zijn collega’s tijdens de vredesmissie een man, de “ Zwarte Cobra” gevangen nemen.Twintig jaar later werkt Kyle voor de CIA . De Cobra is vrij en nog steeds uit op wraak, hij haat Swanson en wil hem dood hebben. De Cobra gaat zo ver dat hij zelfs een terreurcampagne in de V.S. start en dood en verderf zaait in een groot winkelcentrum.Kyle krijgt samen met een FBI-collega Lucky Sharif de opdra [...]

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    20. In this book, there was a lot of allusion and references to outside sources. For example, he refers to himself at one part in the book, taking about the fictional character joking about beating the record the author set while in the Marine Corps. Jack also describes the setting in detail. Having served in Iraq, he knows the area very well and is able to give the reader a very realistic feel for what is going on and how the setting is changing. Characters play a major role in this novel, and Jack [...]

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    21. This was the third in a series with Gunny Sargent Kyle Swanson as the lead character. Unknown to Kyle Swanson his old nemesis Juba was still alive after taking a 50 caliber round in the jaw shot by Kyle Swanson and the house he was in bombed. Juba was severely disfigured and he remained mentally deranged. He had the backing of powerful moneyed interests in Germany to cause a revolt in Saudi Arabia. Further it was learned that Saudi Arabia had 5 nuclear missiles so the United States and China bec [...]

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    22. It's been two years since I read the last episode of the Swanson Series, Kill Zone so I honestly can't offer much comparison between the two novels in terms of pace and feel.I can say however that there seemed to be less actual conflict in this novel and more political/behind the scenes maneuvering, from my vague memory the prior novel was more no holes barred action whereas this one is a little more 'big picture'.Overall, it's an interesting story line (revolution in Saudi Arabia by Islamic Fun [...]

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    23. This book is a very graphic book. It is very detailed and has a lot of good diction. I think that it is a great book and recommend it to anyone who likes guns and wants to be a sniper for the marines.My favorite part of the book is when he talks of his Excaliber custom-made sniper rifle like it's one of his family members. He says that the rifle is what makes a sniper successful. And by the loosest terms, Kyle Swanson is successful.The book is like a collage of mini stories from many different p [...]

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    24. A fast paced read. Pure escapism. The plot seems pretty feasible and the pieces come together nicely. I loved Juba as the villian in a previous book but he didn't seem as effectual in this one. Kyle Swanson is becoming just a bit too good. He is becoming a bit superheroish and losing a bit of his humanity. What exactly can't he do? Still I like to see him do his stuff. The tension level here wasn't as high somehow as in previous books. Maybe because there was so much from other points of view, i [...]

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    25. The book that I read was called Clean Kill. It was about a sniper called Kyle Swanson who was trying to stop the terrorists from taking over the Saudi Arabian oil fields and the nuclear weapons protecting them. This book was one of my favorite books. The reason why I liked it so much was because it created a realistic situation with a character that was heroic. He did things that were possible but not very likely to happen. Everything in the story could have happened which is why I liked it so m [...]

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    26. It is a fast paced novel about a sniper thrown smack in the middle of an uprising war between the Americans, Arabs and Chinese. In the beginning, I wasn't getting into it, since it seemed to jump around too much but after awhile, I couldn't put it down. I almost got the sense that I was Kyle, rather than just reading about him. I was there with him, making the shots, when he barked orders at those who normally would be his superiors. It ended up being a fun read. My father even tried to steal th [...]

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    27. Gunny Kyle Swanson kicks some major league ass in this non-stop actionathon. Killer McCoy from the W.E.B. Griffin's The Corps series meets Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan. Body count is high in this one. Both sides keep on attacking. Lots of geo-political intrigue bordering on the unbelievable. We have terrorist attacks on Arab Israeli peace talks in the UK, major attacks on the House of Saud, Chinese intrigue,and Russian meddling using an international terrorist. Considering the scope everything wraps u [...]

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    28. This book is part of a series. I've actually read Kill Zone, Dead Shot, and Clean Kill.Simply put, Jack Coughlin does an EXCELLENT job of laying out the scenarios, the mental chess game, the risk/trade-space/options. NICELY suspenseful, so much so I have continued reading the series.And I am looking forward to the 4th book in the series "An Act of Treason". Really nicely delivered, and the author does a super job of leading the reader through the adventures and tactics.

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    29. This is the third book in The Sniper series, featuring Kyle Swanson.After destroying an training camp for terrorists in Pakistan, Swanson is back on task. A terrorist mastermind has blown up his friend's castle as part of a scheme to take over Saudi Arabia. Russia, and then China, get involved. After some twists and turns, Swanson gets to the bottom of things.Pretty exciting. Really reminded me of a mid 1980's Mack Bolan novel.

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