Books by Jack Coughlin

IN THE CROSSHAIRS by Jack  Coughlin
Released: Aug. 1, 2017

"Coughlin and Davis (Long Shot, 2016, etc.) have the action/revenge formula down to a science, making this another enjoyable if predictable page-turner."
Marine-turned-CIA sniper Kyle Swanson is back to take on two targets at once, the Taliban and the Mexican drug cartels. Read full book review >
NIGHT OF THE COBRA by Jack  Coughlin
Released: Aug. 18, 2015

"Much like Swanson's dispatch of the Cobra, the book's execution is precise and well-practiced, and a bit too routine."
Marine Corps gunner Kyle Swanson saves the world from yet another band of terrorists. Read full book review >
SHOCK FACTOR by Jack  Coughlin
Released: Oct. 28, 2014

"Will appeal to veteran and aspiring warriors, as well as conservative readers."
Grim account of combat tours in Iraq, where Marine and National Guard snipers made a crucial difference. Read full book review >
ON SCOPE by Jack  Coughlin
Released: May 13, 2014

"The outcome is never in doubt, but Coughlin and Davis keep things moving with suspenseful sniper scenes and a little graphic violence, including a truly grisly death by flaying."
U.S. Marine sniper Kyle Swanson saves the world from terrorism once again in the seventh fast-moving installment of Coughlin's (Time to Kill, 2013, etc.) Sniper series. Read full book review >
TIME TO KILL by Jack  Coughlin
Released: May 7, 2013

"Swanson, who clearly thinks he's an American James Bond, dishes out plenty of 'plain old ass-kicking payback' for red-meat fans."
This time out, it's the Army of the Guardians of the Islamic Revolution against Gunnery Sgt. Kyle Swanson. Guess who wins? Read full book review >
RUNNING THE MAZE by Jack  Coughlin
Released: March 13, 2012

"Add a corrupt astronaut, sniper rifles with a two-mile range and a former British SAS fighter who is now a rich industrialist willing to support Trident clandestine ops with weapons and transportation, and Coughlin and Davis (An Act of Treason, 2011, etc.) hit the action-adventure 10-ring again."
Mohammad al-Attas is a genius construction engineer in service of jihad. He is also a Djinn, a blood-thirsty demon. Not to worry. Special-ops sniper USMC Gunnery Sergeant Kyle Swanson has al-Attas in his sights. Read full book review >