Kill Shot: An Abram Kinkaid Thriller - Cameron Blake

Kill Shot: An Abram Kinkaid Thriller

By Cameron Blake

  • Release Date: 2017-07-29
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
4 Score: 4 (From 43 Ratings)


When ex-Navy SEAL Abram Kinkaid is recruited to assassinate the Prime Minister of Canada by a rogue outfit that claims to have the United States’ best interests in mind, the demons of his past quickly return to haunt him. Caught between the past and the present, truth and lies, death or life, Abram must make a choice. Refuse and risk death; or assassinate the Prime Minister and embrace the darkness within. 

The veil between reality and fantasy quickly blurs as Abram is thrust into a world of espionage and murder, where terrorists are merely mercenaries for hire. Will killing the Prime Minister set him free of his past, or only serve to enslave him further to the very corruption he’s sworn to destroy?


  • Kill Shot

    By Bill iMac
    This book was the dumbest and most senseless piece of garbage that I have ever read.I will definitely not read another book by this author. The ending was ridiculous. It made no sense. Abigail BOOOOOOH for this book.
  • Kill shot. Cameron Blake

    By fan of Flynn
    Story line has hits an skips in it . Decent plot that jumps around in a somewhat confusing manner. Someone or something has to be the bad guy. No bad guy fully identified. Just a weird day in the life of a vet.. Who ends a book like that?
  • Kill Shot

    By VAP2213
    Suspenseful, fast reading, but the ending leaves you hanging. I guess the point is to buy the sequel.
  • Kill Hot is Great!

    By Cmoho
    I greatly enjoyed this book and couldn't put it down until completed.
  • Kill Shot

    By seniorlove reader
    Great book, many twists and turns. When you think you know the plot, another twist is thrown at you. I would like to read the next book, but don't see any other book listed. Please tell me you have another book to continue Abram's story. Avidreader
  • Ill-written time waster.

    By Kreigmeister
    This book was disjointed and only marginally coherent, with no particular coherent plot line, obvious mistakes in word choice (i.e. “ravished” instead of “famished”), and no clear motivations for any of the characters’ actions.