Operator by David Vinjamuri

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This book has some of the most well-written fight scenes I have ever read. Vinjamuri has done a great job of explaining the kinesthetic of each move
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When Michael Herne's high school girlfriend Melissa commits suicide, he makes the fateful decision to return home for her funeral. Michael hasn't stepped foot in his Catskills hometown for more than a dozen years since he left it and a college football scholarship behind to join the Army.

Michael quickly learns that his hometown has changed as he is pulled into the web of mystery and corruption surrounding Melissa's death. He will soon confront the abusive ex-boyfriend, a town sheriff with mixed motives and the ruthless Russian gang at the heart of it all.

Michael will be forced to choose between two paths - that of the desk-working, college-educated intelligence analyst he has become or the Tier I Army Operator he once was. Only one of these identities will survive as Michael is relentlessly hunted by a series of ruthless men.

This meticulously researched, seamlessly plotted thriller is the first in a new series by David Vinjamuri.
 

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David Vinjamuri teaches marketing at New York University and is founder and President of ThirdWay Brand Trainers, a marketing training company whose clients include American Express, Starwood Hotels & Resorts, and other leading consumer brands. David is a former brand manager at Johnson & Johnson and Coca-Cola. For more information, visit www.accidentalbranding.com.
 
Published August 16, 2012 by ThirdWay. 179 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, War, Crime. Fiction
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This book has some of the most well-written fight scenes I have ever read. Vinjamuri has done a great job of explaining the kinesthetic of each move

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