Frederick Forsyth's novel The Kill List belongs to the genre of fiction and has received positive reviews from critics and readers alike. The Kill List showcases a daylight murder of random mid-level authority figures of the United States and Great Britain by Muslim radicals. These Muslim extremists have been radicalised by a secret and mysterious man known only as The Preacher, with his online sermons. As the U.S. government is unable to determine the origins of The Preacher and are confused with his flawless command of the English language, they place him on the Kill List. This list is approved by the President and his senior advisors of individuals.
The Kill List is taken care of by the Technical Operations Support Activity (TOSA) agency. The agency sends out its best headhunter, known to many as The Tracker. Will The Tracker be able to uncover the Preacher's identity? Read the book to find more.
The Kill List is the work of the reputed English author Frederick Forsyth. Apart from being a highly acclaimed author, Frederick Forsyth is even an occasional political commentator. He started his career as a jet fighter pilot in RAF. He then went on to join Reuters in 1961 and became a journalist. Later in 1965, Forsyth joined the BBC and served as an assistant diplomatic correspondent there. His other best-known thrillers include The Afghan, The Devil's Alternative, The Day of the Jackal, The Fourth Protocol, The Dogs of War, The Odessa File, The Fist of God, Icon, Avenger, The Veteran and The Cobra.
The Kill List by Frederick Forsyth is published by RHUK in paperback binding. It has an ISBN 10 number of 0552170151 and ISBN 13 number of 9780552170154. This 352-page thrilling novel is available for online shopping.