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A disgraced Marine sniper looks to start a new life and stumbles across America's greatest secret. Dishonorably discharged Marine sniper, Web Weller, has no job, and no family, but he does have a dream: to be published. While traveling west he discovers a small Minnesota town made up of a disproportionately large number of military veterans who take him in as one of their own. He forms a bond with one man in particular, Pa Concannon, who becomes a father figure to him. But Web begins uncovering hints and clues that suggest his new friend and mentor might just very well be John F. Kennedy's assassin. Now Web must decide whether to betray Pa's trust for a chance to finally realize his dream and write perhaps the greatest story of our generation.
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Bryan has been a television and video writer/producer for nearly three decades during which he has won 10 Emmys along with several other national awards. He is the author of three books and has written for numerous magazines and websites. He was also blessed with being an on-air movie reviewer for ten years--according to Bryan the greatest gig on the planet. He currently lives in Lake Forest Park, Washington, just outside of Seattle with his wife, two kids and two very large dogs. He is a devout movie lover, sports fan and avid reader. He hopes the Seattle Mariners make it to the World Series before he dies, and he's still bugged the referees didn't even give the Seahawks a chance to win Super Bowl XL. Bryan bats right, throws right and has a terrible sweet tooth that he believes will be his undoing. His favorite color is purple (which thrills his daughter), he takes immense pride in his Norwegian-ness, and never did learn to hit the curve ball. (According to Negro League legend, Buck O'Neil, it's because they were throwing it right) He has a pretty dreadful jump shot but a surprisingly passable low-post game. He loves prime rib, ice cream and has discovered that asparagus, when prepared correctly, is actually quite good. He's been playing competitive softball since Hector was a pup and believes one of the greatest moments in life is when they dim the lights before a movie. Bryan is a mediocre golfer.Review:
Revenge, patriotism, sniper scopes, and pinpoint accuracy all combine to make Bryan Johnston's Man with a Gun a bolt-action thriller. --Neil Low, author of Thick as Thieves, Sign of the Dragon, Unholy Alliance, Unreasonable Persuasion, and Deadly Attraction.
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Book Description Tigress Publishing, 2012. Condition: New. Steve Montiglio (illustrator). book. Seller Inventory # M1594040575
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