9780312567385

Sniper One On Scope and Under Siege with a Sniper Team in Iraq

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  • ISBN13:

    9780312567385

  • ISBN10:

    0312567383

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2009-10-13
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
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Summary

When Sgt. Mills and the rest of the 1st Battalion flew into Iraq in April, 2004, they were soon fighting for their lives. "Sniper One" is a breathtaking chronicle of endurance, camaraderie, dark humor, and courage in the face of relentless, lethal assault. Two 8-page color photo inserts.

Author Biography

Sgt. Dan Mills was decorated for his command of an eighteen-man sniper platoon during the siege of Al Amarah. During a long army career he has served in Bosnia, Kosovo, Northern Ireland, and the Falkland Islands. Sniper One is his first book.

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“One of the best firsthand accounts of combat that I’ve ever read.” —Andy McNab


“Mills powerfully describes the demanding work of his snipers before and after the city was brought under control (more or less). . . . British participation in Iraq has been largely ignored in the United States. That should change with Mills’s page-turning account, already an international bestseller.” —Publishers Weekly (starred review)

“Possibly the year’s best book, so far, on combat in Iraq.” —Booklist


“Another testosterone-laced memoir of an elite unit kicking butt in Iraq, this one with a cheerful, politically incorrect British twist. . . . A military memoir refreshingly devoid of the usual patriotic overlay.” —Kirkus Reviews

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