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Nathan McBride, ex-Marine Sniper, Is About to Face His Personal Demons


ReadytoKillBeing called out of retirement is no laughing matter, but when evidence of a compromise of US top-secret operations appears from over the wall at the embassy in Nicaragua, only the best is suited to the task of making it right. Enter Nathan McBride, former Marine Corps sniper and CIA operations officer. McBride and his long-time companion Harv have a dangerous mission on their hands, but the CIA director knows that McBride is the perfect man for this job. After all, he knows his destination all too well…
…McBride nearly lost his life in this Central American jungle decades prior, and now he must overcome some personal physical and mental obstacles in order to be successful in his mission. Well, that and he must also survive a showdown with the most brutal killer McBride could possibly hope to encounter…
…the killer he trained himself. Nathan McBride must be Ready to Kill.
Andrew Peterson is a well-known best-selling fiction author who specializes in military style (intelligence/operations-oriented) thrillers. Peterson has been writing fiction since the 1990s, and his warmly received Nathan McBride series is a favorite among thriller fanatics. The first installment of the series, First to Kill, was out in 2008, and Ready to Kill will serve as the fourth component to the oft-described “wildly popular series.”
Of course, fans of the Nathan McBride series will thoroughly enjoy this book, and there is a good chance that you already added this earlier to your “must-read” list for the year. If you are not already familiar with this series or Andrew Peterson’s thriller-style fiction, then his most recent release, Ready to Kill, will definitely not disappoint. But you might want to consider starting the series from the beginning…
…For more information about Ready to Kill, the Nathan McBride novels, or the career of best-selling fiction writer Andrew Peterson, look no further than the following link: http://www.andrewpeterson.com/

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