In the thrilling conclusion to Swierczynski's action trilogy, it's time for Charlie to go to the deadliest place on Earth: home.
Mulholland Books Presents... POINT AND SHOOT.
On a day like any other day, Kendra Hardie picks up the phone.
A voice says, 'leave the house and you're dead'.
Then the line is cut.
Kendra hasn't seen her husband Charlie for nearly a decade. He hasn't forgotten about her - but neither have his enemies. And he has a lot of enemies.
Charlie thought he could protect her by staying away. But now he has access to secrets his enemies will kill to keep hidden, and they're planning to start with his family.
After years in exile, Charlie's arming up...and heading home.
Duane Swierczynski is a much-needed breath of fresh air in the book world...This guy is a great storyteller. I never know what he is going to come up with or where he is going to take me. I just know I won't be complaining about a thing once I get there. - Michael Connelly
Duane Swierczynski has ideas so brilliant and brutal that one day the rest of us will have to tool up and kill him. - Warren Ellis on HELL AND GONE
A high octane, cinematic delight that uses film techniques of fast pace and quick cuts and highly visual scenes to rivet the reader to their chair. I loved it - Joe R. Lansdale on FUN AND GAMES
Cool, suspenseful, tragic, and funny as hell...I haven't had this much fun reading in a long time. - Sara Gran on FUN AND GAMES
Duane Swierczynski puts the rest of the crime-writing world on notice. So learn to spell the last name. He's going to be around for a while. - Laura Lippman on Severance Package
Duane Swierczynski is one of the best thriller writers in America, and probably my favorite. - James Frey on Severance Package
Writer Duane Swierczynski broke out as a crime-fiction novelist with 2005's SECRET DEAD MEN. It was promptly followed by THE WHEEL MAN, THE BLONDE and SEVERANCE PACKAGE. Flush from his success as a novelist, Swierczynski brought his crime style to comics with work on MOON KNIGHT, CABLE and THE IMMORTAL IRON FIST.
Spanish artist Pep Larraz pencilled the SPIDER-ISLAND: THE AMAZING SPIDER-GIRL miniseries, previously having illustrated stories in anthologies such as FEAR ITSELF: THE HOME FRONT, WEB OF SPIDER-MAN, MARVEL ADVENTURES SUPER HEROES and X-MEN: TO SERVE AND PROTECT.