Stalingrad in 1942 is a city in ruins, its Russian defenders fighting to repel the invading German army. One of their most potent weapons is the crack sniper school developed by Vasily Zaitsev, whose skill means that no German, and particularly no German officer, can ever feel safe.
David L. Robbins is the author of two previous novels. A former attorney, he now writes full-time. Visit his website at www.davidlrobbins.com.