Navy SEAL sniper Gil Shannon is the pride of the nation; he has performed missions that many thoughts were impossible. Because of these past performances, the president and the forces have complete trust in Gil and his teammates. The team will stop at nothing when it comes to the defense of their land and the good thing about them is that they will always work undercover thus a common man will never be able to know that they exist.
In Sniper Elite: One Way Trip Gil took part in a mission that was never assigned to him. But when he observed that one of his teammates was in danger he just could not stop himself. Here the president directly calls Gill and his squad because it is time to dispose of a nuclear bomb for which the people of the land would always remain thankful to this group of heroes.
Russian nuclear missile is transported to America which makes it clear that the enemy is planning big. A nuclear bomb can make the nation suffer big time if everything is not stopped. Scott McEwen and Thomas Koloniar take us to the era of the cold war when the nuclear missile was first created.
The Sniper and the Wolf narrated by Brian Hutchison is not a continuation of this part but both books give a lot of flavors when listening to them together. Fine series for those who expect to see heroes fighting in a hidden way for the safety and dignity of the land. The group present in the series robotically hits the targets and they never lose their aim at any place.
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