Kill Shot

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Simon & Schuster, 2012 - Intelligence officers - 400 pages
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For months, Mitch Rapp has been steadily working his way through a list of the men responsible for the slaughter of 270 civilians including his own girlfriend in the Pan Am Lockerbie bombing - bullet by bullet.

His next target - a Libyan diplomat - should be easy. Prone to drink and currently in Paris without a bodyguard, Rapp quickly tracks the man down. But in the split second it takes the bullet to leave the silenced pistol, everything changes. The door to the hotel room is kicked open and gunfire erupts all around Rapp.

When the news breaks that Libya's Oil Minister has been killed along with three innocent civilians and four unidentified men, the French authorities are certain that the gunman is wounded and still on the loose in Paris. As the finger-pointing begins, Rapp's handlers have only one choice - deny any responsibility for the incident and race to do damage control. Alone in Paris, on the run from the authorities and from his own employers, Mitch Rapp must prepare to fight for his life.
Look out for the new Vince Flynn novel, The Survivor, published in autumn 2015!

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Sitting here writing this review is bittersweet. - LibraryThing
A sluggish plot that didn't pull me in. - LibraryThing
The action scenes are fantastic. - LibraryThing

Review: Kill Shot (Mitch Rapp #2)

User Review  - Corey Tardif - Goodreads

This was my second book in the Mitch Rapp series and certainly not my last. It's Flynn's second prequel, and the sequel to American Assassin. I find the Rapp series very addictive and entertaining ... Read full review

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User Review  - Winter Sophia Rose - Goodreads

Compelling, Action Packed, Intriguing, Twists, Turns & Surprises! An Outstanding Read! I Loved It! Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Vince Flynn was born in Saint Paul, Minnesota in 1966. He graduated from the University of St. Thomas and went to work as an account and sales marketing specialist for Kraft Foods. In 1990, he accepted an aviation candidate slot with the United States Marine Corps, but was medically disqualified before starting the program. He worked as a bartender while writing his first book, Term Limits, which after receiving numerous rejections he self-published. It hit the New York Times bestseller list in paperback. He went on to write the Mitch Rapp series. He was a story consultant for the television series 24. He died after a long battle with prostate cancer on June 19, 2013 at the age of 47.

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