Dead Eye

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Ex-CIA master assassin Court Gentry has always prided himself on his ability to disappear at will, to fly below the radar and exist in the shadows—to survive as the near-mythical Gray Man. But when he takes revenge upon a former employer who betrayed him, he exposes himself to something he’s never had to face before.

A killer who is just like him.

Code-named Dead Eye, Russell Whitlock is a graduate of the same ultra-secret Autonomous Asset Program that trained and once controlled Gentry. But now, Whitlock is a free agent who has been directed to terminate his fellow student of death. He knows how his target thinks, how he moves, and how he kills. And he knows the best way to do the job is to make Gentry run for his life—right up until the moment Dead Eye finally ends it….

Read an excerpt from Dead Eye

Q&A with Mark Greaney


"The various moves of each of the skilled and ruthless principals play out against a constantly shifting background of changing goals and allegiances. Fans of superhuman antiheroes will hope the Gray Man survives to fight another day."
Publishers Weekly

"DEAD EYE. . . happens to be Greaney’s best effort to date, worth sweeping aside whatever duties you have to steal several hours of your time and attention as it raises your pulse and blood pressure from first page to last."

"A fascinating character with his own set of moral guidelines, the Gray Man is resourceful, resilient and determined to clear his name."
RT Book Reviews


Praise for the Gray Man Novels

“Bourne for the new millennium.”
—James Rollins, New York Times bestselling author of The Eye of God 

“In this third installment of the Gray Man series the story is so propulsive, the murders so explosive, that flipping the pages feels like playing the ultimate video game.”
New York Times

"A high-octane thriller that doesn't pause for more than a second."
Chicago Sun-Times

“Take fictional spy Jason Bourne, pump him up with Red Bull and meth, shake vigorously—and you’ve got the recipe for Court Gentry.”
The Memphis Commercial Appeal