All former Dallas detective Oswald really wants is to be left alone. After all the battles he’s fought on the streets—and in the first Gulf War before then—he’s more than ready for some R&R. But when famed medical researcher Anita Nazari begs Oswald to help protect her daughter’s life, how can he refuse?
Now Oswald finds himself engaged in a high-stakes battle against a conspiracy of shady former government officials with an unhealthy interest in Dr. Nazari and her work. Among them: A man known only as the Professor, who leads Oswald back into the dark heart of the Dallas underworld—and straight into the line of fire against an enemy more insidious and deadly than he’s ever faced…
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Lee Henry Oswald should earn Dallas a colored pushpin on the wisecracking-gumshoe map.”—Texas Monthly
“A hands-down winner.”—Crimespree Magazine
“CROSSHAIRS HAS ONE GEM OF A PLOT…A FIRST-RATE THRILLER.”—KEN BRUEN
“Hunsicker’s strong third Lee Henry Oswald contemporary hard-boiled mystery, like its two predecessors…does for Dallas what Loren Estleman’s Amos Walker novels have done for Detroit...Hunsicker has a flair for turning phrases, and his broken, wounded characters could have stepped straight from the pages of Cornell Woolrich’s despairing stories.”—Publishers Weekly
“Harry Hunsicker fuses a white-knuckled thriller with a post-modern detective novel, and Crosshairs delivers the goods: Layered, intense, and rich with deadly characters. Let there be no doubt—Hunsicker is an emerging star.”—Robert Crais, bestselling author of The Two Minute Rule
“Lee Henry Oswald walks the mean streets of Dallas with humor and style. Crosshairs keeps you turning the pages to find out where he's going.”—James O. Born, author of Field of Fire
HARRY HUNSICKER lives in Dallas, the fourth generation of his family to call the city home. When he’s not penning his next novel, he works as a commercial real estate appraiser and speaks on creative writing.