On Target - Mark Greaney

On Target

By Mark Greaney

  • Release Date: 2010-09-28
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
Score: 4
From 2,321 Ratings


From #1 New York Times bestselling author Mark Greaney comes the second entry in the explosive thriller series featuring the lethal assassin known as the Gray Man.

When an old comrade Court Gentry thought was dead returns to haunt him, his own life is put in the crosshairs.

The man wants Court to complete a mission, with one crucial catch to his orders: Instead of a difficult assassination, the job will entail a nearly impossible kidnapping--and Court must return his quarry to the very CIA team that turned on him.


  • #2

    By david1946
    A great action oriented novel.
  • Not a typical grey man book!

    By grutfd
    Not a good storey or a good ending
  • Good

    By faucetmaker
    Great fun read… stay with the story you won’t put it down
  • Low drag high speed

    By 75DBlackwater
    Awesome job Mark you are a terrific writer! I’ve read 10 Books of yours now but I was ABSOLUTELY HOOKED with the character 6 in the first book, I can’t wait to read them all.
  • On target

    By Wet again
    An excellent read. Covert operators with a mission to accomplish. The primary character court gentry has a trait that separates him from the others. A moral compass and integrity
  • Could not put it down

    By southernbelle 95
    Court is a great character!
  • Loved it!

    By Reagan
    Excellent book. action from start to finish.
  • O’, Puh-leez! Courtland Gentry is a Fool.

    By Ms Speechie
    This is the third Gray Man story I have read. And the last. Greaney writes well, but this outing completely turned me off to the series. The series hero is supposed to be THE preeminent hired hit man in the world. Yet he blows operational security and every other tenet of professionalism, reason and logic to save a woman. All for the sake, apparently, of a story arc that is an annoying and totally unreasonable diversion. After three outings with the Gray Man I also find his endurance—and coincidental good luck — tiring.
  • On Target

    By Halsterx
    4/5 stars. Hal R
  • Not an inspiring read

    By JADeyeman
    When I read similar books, for instance Jack Reacher or Gabriel Allon, they are smart, effective and one step ahead of the enemy. These books follow more of a typical Hollywood movie. The “good guy” is always on the run, always one step behind, constantly making mistakes, but pulls it out in the last second. Makes for frustrating reading.