The Autobiography of the Top-Ranked Marine Sniper
Jack Coughlin and Casey Kuhlman with Donald A. Davis
St. Martin's Press
Jack Coughlin is the Marine Corps' top-ranked sniper, the man who personally brings America's military muscle to the enemy's front door. In twenty years of active service, he has accumulated one of the most impressive records in the Corps, ranging through many of the world's hot spots. During Operation Iraqi Freedom alone, he recorded at least thirty-six kills, thirteen of them in a single twenty-four-hour period.
In Shooter, Coughlin has written a highly personal story about his deadly craft, taking readers deep inside an invisible society that is off-limits to outsiders. This is not a heroic battlefield memoir, but the careful study of an exceptional man as he carries forward one of the deadliest legacies in the U.S. military.
Touch of an Angel
At another time, on another battlefield, my radio call sign had been "Gabriel," because the archangel and I have a lot in common. Legend says Gabriel's trumpet will sound the last judgment. I do...
Praise for Shooter
“[Jack Coughlin] is one of the best snipers in the Marine Corps, perhaps the very best.” —Peter Maas, war correspondent and bestselling author of Love Thy Neighbor
“Coughlin is less concerned with his tally than with the human values of comradeship and love.” —The Washington Post