Forced to Kill by Andrew Peterson
(The Nathan McBride Series)

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Trained Marine sniper Nathan McBride is the sole survivor of Montez de Oca, the brutal Nicaraguan interrogator who tortured countless souls to death before vanishing fourteen years ago. Though McBride’s body—as well as his soul—still bear the scars from the interrogator’s blade, he dares to hope the worst is behind him.

But when the FBI recovers a mutilated body from a remote Utah lake, McBride needs just one glimpse to know the truth: Montez de Oca has resurfaced, this time on American soil. And McBride will be damned if he lets him escape again. So begins a quest for justice that will push McBride to the edge, pitting his capacity for mercy against his hunger for vengeance in a deadly game of cat-and-mouse that will reach into the highest levels of the US government.


About Andrew Peterson

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Andrew K. Peterson is the author of MUSEUM OF THROWN OBJECTS (BlazeVOX Books, 2010) and My Worth (Black Lodge Press, 2010), and collaborated with poet Elizabeth Guthrie on Between Here and the Telescopes (Slumgullion Press, 2008). Recent and forthcoming journal publications include: Dusie, 350 Poems Project, Fact-Simile's A sh Anthology, and The Offending Adam. Received an MFA in Poetry from The Kerouac School at Naropa University, and currently lives in Massachusetts. He is a co-founder and editor of Livestock Editions, a collective devoted to publishing experimental poetry. Minnesota-born Dick Hill is a five star author who has earned numerous creative and marketing awards. His books include Battle Talk!, a Five Star Winner. A graduate of the University of Minnesota, Hill survived a 35 year advertising career, including 12 years with Campbell Mithun. He is president of Dick Hill Advertising and lives with his wife, Mary, in Edina, Minnesota.
Published August 21, 2012 by Thomas & Mercer. 323 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, Crime. Fiction

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Former Marine sniper Nathan McBride has experienced things most people could never imagine. Now it would seem as if his past is coming back to haunt him. Tortured to near death over ten years ago, Nathan never thought he would have to face his tormenter again. But when a body is discovered ...

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