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Eye of Vengeance

Jonathon King

Publisher: Open Road Media Mystery & Thriller

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When a sniper begins killing Florida’s most dangerous criminals, a journalist must choose between revenge and the lawAs a reporter for the South Florida Daily News, Nick Mullins has covered the worst of the Sunshine State’s crooks and murderers. But the man he’s obsessed with is Robert Walker, responsible for the deaths of Mullins’s wife and daughter in a drunk driving accident. When a military-trained sniper begins murdering the criminals Mullins has covered in his reporting, he comes to a harrowing crossroads: Stop the sniper’s reign of terror, or succumb to his own thirst for vengeance and allow Walker to become the killer’s next target. This ebook contains an illustrated biography of the author featuring never-before-seen photos.

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