Running the Maze
Donald A. Davis
In the aftermath of great floods, a doctor on a relief mission in northeastern Pakistan discovers the remains of a collapsed bridge that reminds him of a bridge near his childhood home in Ohio.ÿHe snaps a cellphone picture and sends it to his sister-just before his entire team is slaughtered.
His sister is Beth Ledford, a Coast Guard sniper, who suspects that the answer to the mystery of her brother's deathÿis in that cellphone picture.ÿ No one believes her until she finds Kyle Swanson, once the top sniper in the Marine Corps and now the key member of a secret special operations team known as Task Force Trident. When Kyle takes Beth into Pakistan to investigate, they find the true secret behind the mass murder-what may be the last, best hope of victory by al-Qaeda and the Taliban over allied forces.
Now theÿtwo snipers have their sights set on one man, an American diplomat who has become the biggest obstacle to victory in the war on terror.ÿ The only question is: which of them gets to pull the trigger?
The 1, 2, 3s of adulthood differ ever so slightly from the popular grade-school primers of yesteryear inside Ross and Kathryn Petras' 1, 2, Can't Reach My Shoe. This clever counting book for the middle-aged (which the United States Census Bureau defines as age 35 and above) is perfect for readers of a certain vintage who intend to grow old gracefully - and with a sense of humour. For example: Number 3: When they were first going out in their twenties, Thaddeus and Theresa used to have sex THREE times each day. Now that they are middle-aged, they still have sex THREE times. A year.
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