The reaper : autobiography of one of the deadliest special ops snipers
- Nicholas Irving with Gary Brozek.
- Irving, Nicholas, author
- New York : St. Martin's Press, 
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Groundbreaking, thrilling and revealing, The Reaper is the astonishing memoir of Special Operations Direct Action Sniper Nicholas Irving, the 3rd Ranger Battalion's deadliest sniper with 33 confirmed kills, though his remarkable career total, including probables, is unknown.
Irving shares the true story of his extraordinary military career, including his deployment to Afghanistan in the summer of 2009, when he set another record, this time for enemy kills on a single deployment. His teammates and chain of command labeled him "The Reaper," and his actions on the battlefield became the stuff of legend, culminating in an extraordinary face-off against an enemy sniper known simply as The Chechnian.
Irving's astonishing first-person account of his development into an expert assassin offers a fascinating and extremely rare view of special operations combat missions through the eyes of a Ranger sniper during the Global War on Terrorism. From the brotherhood and sacrifice of teammates in battle to the cold reality of taking a life to protect another, no other book dives so deep inside the life of an Army sniper on point.
- Prologue p. 1
- 1 They Call Me the Reaper p. 7
- 2 A Near and Colorful Miss p. 35
- 3 Misfires, Malfunctions, and Misery p. 63
- 4 A Ranger in the Making p. 95
- 5 A Long Day of Reckoning p. 121
- 6 The Chechen Comes Calling p. 147
- 7 A Whole 'Nother Danger p. 181
- 8 Rumble in the Rubble p. 219
- 9 Ninja Wife and the Big Bomb p. 253
- 10 Winding Up and Winding Down p. 273
- 11 Things That Go Hump in the Night p. 295
- Afterword p. 309