Stalk and Kill by Adrian Gilbert
The Sniper Experience

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Using painstakingly researched firsthand narratives, this detailed and graphic examination of one of the most difficult and dangerous of military skills considers the origins of military sniping from the American Revolution to the 20th century's most modern and dangerous sniper of photos National author publicity.
 

About Adrian Gilbert

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Adrian Gilbert was born near London, where he attended St. Edmunds College, as well as the University of Kent at Cantebury, reading for an Honours degree in Chemistry. His first book, The Cosmic Wisdom Beyond Astrology, was written with the intent of bringing together scientific reasoning and mystical insight. As things have turned out, this has continued to be the hallmark of Adrian's writing and explains why his books have achieved world-wide recognition. Adrian has appeared in a number of documentaries including two for the BBC: The Great Pyramid, gateway to the stars and The Crystal skulls.
 
Published August 1, 1997 by Trans-Atlantic Pubns. 300 pages
Genres: History, Computers & Technology, War, Science & Math, Professional & Technical, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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British historian Gilbert (Sniper: The World of Combat Sniping, 1995) begins with the American Revolution, works his way through major and minor wars, and concludes by pondering the role of snipers in present-day Bosnia.

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Following up his Sniper: The World of Combat Sniping (1995), Gilbert, a British authority on military sniping, creates a popular history of the deadly craft by weaving together bits of interviews, mem

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Following up his Sniper: The World of Combat Sniping (1995), Gilbert, a British authority on military sniping, creates a popular history of the deadly craft by weaving together bits of interviews, memoirs and material from sources like Soldier of Fortune.

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