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Summer 1944. When German sniper Dieter Rohde's older brother is unjustly shot for desertion by the SS, he will stop at nothing to win the Iron Cross medal and redeem his family's name by targeting as many Allied troops as possible. Rohde's deadly efforts bring him into direct confrontation with American sniper Caje Cole as the final pitched battle for France takes place around them at the Falaise Pocket.

©2018 David Healey (P)2018 David Healey

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The hillbilly sniper is back

Fans of WW2, sniper battles, war of the rats and such will enjoy this series. Our hero is a hillbilly sniper that will remind you of a bit of sergeant York. This installment finds Cole and Dicarro squaring off against another nazi sniper in the field of France as the allies advance. This time the sniper duels will be filled with traps and decoys galore and some advanced sniper rifles. Will coke finally meet his match or does the hillbilly still reign supreme. Find out in this awesome WW2 thriller. Well written and well narrated will keep you on the edge of your seat as the scopes line up. I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator or publisher