Double Tap by Steve Martini
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Double Tap Summary
Emiliano Ruiz, is an enigma - a career soldier who refuses to discuss his past though it is clear that he is a battle-tested pro. Ruiz is accused of killing a beautiful businesswoman and guru of a high-tech software empire catering to the military. A key to the case: the murder weapon is one used solely in special operations, where the "double tap" has become the signature of the most skilled assassins. Ruiz is sitting on secrets--there's a seven-year gap on his military résumé, for which Madriani can find no details. And, more troubling, he discovers that the victim and her company were involved in a controversial government computer program designed to combat terrorists....
Double Tap Reviews
"The compelling plot builds to a conclusion that should surprise
even longtime fans.' - Publishers Weekly
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Double Tap Reader Reviews
Rated of 5
Steve Martini Author Biography
Steve Martini was born in San Francisco and grew up in the Bay Area and Southern California. An honors graduate of the University of California at Santa Cruz, Martinis first career was in journalism. He worked as a newspaper reporter in Los Angeles and as a correspondent at the California State Capitol in Sacramento, specializing in legal issues, before gaining his law degree from the University of the Pacifics McGeorge School of Law.
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