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Dead Aim by Thomas Perry
What do you do when you save someone's life only to have it lost again? That's the dilemma that Robert Mallon, the main character in Thomas Perry's Dead Aim, faces. He saves a woman from committing suicide in the ocean, only to find out she successfully kills herself soon after. Obsessed with finding out the underlying cause for the woman's anguish, Mallon discovers the existence of a company that helps anyone who can pay their huge fee hunt any other human, or do the hunting for them. His discovery of these people puts him right in their gun sights, so his only choice is to hunt them back. The Washington Post says of Dead Aim, "It's smart, funny and nasty; it will grab you and not let go."