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Sniper Caje Cole thought he was done with war after the victory in Europe, but a violent act of justice back home in the mountains forces him into the Army once more to fight in the Korean War. Cole just wants to lay low and get through this war so that he can return to his solitary life in a cabin that he built deep in the woods. However, with his unit surrounded at the frigid Chosin Reservoir and confronted by a deadly enemy sniper, Cole must use all his skill with a rifle to fight back.  

During a legendary retreat through the mountainous terrain, US troops and their South Korean allies struggle for survival in the brutal cold against a savage enemy. Outnumbered, short on supplies, and cut off from any hope of reinforcements, the soldiers must fight their way out. In a last stand on the ice of the frozen Chosin Reservoir itself, Cole will teach the pursuing enemy sniper that sometimes the most dangerous enemy of all is one that you underestimated.  

©2020 David Healey (P)2020 David Healey

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Finished the series.

Excellent story about an American sniper facing the Chinese troops in Korea. If you want to follow all the stories then start with him landing in Normandy in Ghost Sniper and follow this outstanding series.

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“Out of the wok pan and into the wonton soup”

I really enjoy these sniper stories. There’s just something about them; they’re full of great characters and action and just a cool story of good vs bad! Scott’s narration style and character voices perfectly suit this style of book. Is there sometimes a little repetition of facts, yeah and could some of the foreign accents be a tad better, maybe, but all in all these are brilliant books to get lost in for a few hours! I really hope there’s more of these to come.