'Pulling the rifle onto his lap he removed the covers which were clipped over each end of the scope sight then, holding the weapon for a moment and getting used to its weight, he moved slowly into a crouching position. He could now see over the wall and down into the precinct below. Pulling the butt of the weapon hard into his shoulder he took up position and waited for his view through the scope to become comfortable. It was now time to make a decision, and a very important one at that.' When a sniper kills two people in the shopping precinct of Yarnington town centre DCI Caroline Brown and her team find themselves hunting a resourceful and motivated killer who seems to have planned his every move. All they have to go on are the letters that he leaves at the scenes of his crimes, letters that suggest he has the high profile wedding of a local celebrity very much on his mind.