Russian-US clandestine action is framed against the romantic story of a man, a woman and a young boy. Set in Afghanistan, and the United States. Precision Kill has snipers, military and naval settings, shadowy black bag action and of course, some touching human elements in the story. More
His many years in the travel business gave author C. R. Forrester a unique opportunity to compare the cultures of many countries over time. For example, the Peoples Republic of China before the death of Mao Tse Tsung in 1976, and after, when China "went down the capitalist road." In the mid-eighties, Russia invaded and occupied Afghanistan, but never subjugated the Afghan people. In this story, Alexander Zukov, a Russian colonel, is abandoned behind enemy lines but is saved by the unbreakable will to prevail of Rinjis Doud, a girl of the Hazara tribe, who believe themselves descendants of Ghengis Kahn.