A Flash of Red

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G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1996 - Fiction - 228 pages
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It began with a single, terrifying act of violence. Tyler Vance, widowed father of a four-year-old, pulled his truck into a bank parking lot in North Carolina. An armed robber exited the bank, pointed his gun at Vance, and ordered him out of the truck. It was a supreme moment of life and death. And Vance responded the only way he knew how--as a trained killer, whose deadly precision served him 20 years ago as a special operative. In a blinding flash of instinct and reflex, Vance pulled a gun on the bank robber and shot him--and incurred the wrath of an organized crime family. Now Vance's future is far more dangerous than any mission from his past.

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Good old boys from the Bible Belt put paid to the vengeful plans of alien weapons traffickers in this preachy debut thriller. One fateful day, Tyler Vance (a North Carolina freelance writer who churns ... Read full review


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