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The Shot To Die For

3.95 of 5 stars 3.95  ·  rating details  ·  160 ratings  ·  8 reviews
The body of Marine Corporal Jason Briggs, missing for eight days, has been found in a Baghdad, Iraq field. Investigating the death is an elite 4-man CIA team first seen in M.H. Sargent’s thriller, Seven Days From Sunday. Even though the team, including an attractive female doctor, has seen their fair share of bodies before, this one is different – they discover a computer ...more
Published March 23rd 2010 by JRT Books
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I encourage all of you to give this guy a shot. The books flow, are easy reads and very enjoyable. I read the first book in the series and quickly downloaded the other 3. The characters are real and you should easily be able to pick out a favorite.. Anyways, I know I get emails often about what/who I am reading and I got wrapped up in this new unknown author.
Second verse same as the first.

This book is just as mediocre as the first one, but they have added in a romance that seems totally unnecessary and gratuitous. At the end of the day Sargent is not a good writer. The content is mostly fine, and it really is interesting reading about how military investigations supposedly work.

The characters are flat and undeveloped. There is a romance blooming between two CIA agents, and it is so pointless. Unless it is going to become central to the plot I'm not
Good story, easy read, likeable characters.
Nice character development with likable protagonists, but I would have liked about 100 more pages exploring Heisman's Afghanistan connection. Maybe that's in the next book. Overall great read by a great author.
Randy Grossman

MP5 could be a great television series....although some of the events and language would need edited. Otherwise very good story.
Chan Yun
Good read

Interesting story line. Not as thrilling as the first book but still good. The ending is a little abrupt though..
The series is addicting. Great beach reads, if you can handle beach reads with a bit of murder and mayhem.
Rex Fuller
This is a great read.
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