The Marksman's Case by Joseph A. McCaffrey

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Former classics professor Bertrand McAbee, now turned private investigator, has a history of unwarily stepping into nasty cases. Th is is one of those as he comes up against a former Marine, Alex Love, who is two things at once: an expert sniper and supposedly dead. In the intervening years since the Gulf War, Love has been addicted to assassinating individuals of ill-repute. As if fate had ordained it these two very unlike men, McAbee and Love, meet in a contest where justice and revenge stand in opposition. Only one can survive.

About Joseph A. McCaffrey

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Joseph A. McCaffrey isn't a classics professor. He's not a P.I. either. But he is a professor of philosophy at St. Ambrose University in Davenport, Iowa. Sometime back he was proposed a job not unlike that which his protagonist, Bertrand McAbee, was offered and accepted. The fictional McAbee stories are explorations of roads untaken. Other McAbee adventures include Cassies Ruler, Confessional Matters, Scholarly Executions, and Phantom Express.
Published December 8, 2008 by Authorhouse. 328 pages
Genres: History, War, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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