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Title:  Sniper Shot

Author:  Barry W. Ozeroff

Publisher:  iBooks

Reviewer: W. H. McDonald, Jr – AAA Founder

A Police and Robber Story With A Major Twist!

Author Barry Ozeroff in his debut novel “Sniper Shot” takes the reader for a real thrill ride filled with intrigue and a series of unexpected twists. His book has all the markings of becoming a best seller. It has an intelligent plot and great characters that the author has done a good job fleshing out for the reader. This book is not filled with lots of moral messages but it is full of pure exciting entertainment adventure. This is a man’s kind of book that can be read and enjoyed equally by a woman.

My son is a police officer, so I had some idea of what that job is like. However, I did not have a clue as to what it might be like for officers on a special response team such as a sniper. The author writes with much authority and seems to understand the emotional liabilities that occupation might have on men under stress. The dialog is done well and does not feel contrived. This is a good old fashion adventure thriller to read and kill an afternoon or a night. Great suspense novel! A must read book!

Reviewer: Joe Fabel – AAA Vice President

The author presents the reader with a fast paced and action filled novel which portrays the inner relationships and duties of the members of the “thin blue line,” a northwester police department. Does the brotherhood stand together?

Specifically, the plot revolves around the demands and duties of a sniper who is part of a hostage relief team. It is high drama due to interpersonal conflicts within the ranks of the police force. There are stressful situations demanding full attention to duty; yet, personal relationship along with wayward thoughts and actions cause distraction.

When the protagonist faces family obligations and crisis, he finds his true needs towards his family are uppermost in his mind. Even facing the throes of an Internal Affairs Reviews as well as a trial by jury, the main character displays his grasp of adherence to the high standards of his calling.

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