I, Sniper: A Bob Lee Swagger Novel

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Pocket Books, Jul 6, 2010 - Fiction - 432 pages
23 Reviews
IT TAKES A SEASONED KILLER . . . TO HUNT ONE.

Four famed ’60s radicals are gunned down at long range by a sniper. All the evidence—timeline, ballistics, forensics, motive, means, and opportunity—points to Marine war hero Carl Hitchcock. Even his suicide. The case is almost too perfect.

Recruited by the FBI to examine the data, retired Marine sharpshooter Bob Lee Swagger penetrates the new technology of the secretive sniper world to unravel a sophisticated conspiracy run by his most ruthless adversary yet—a marksman whose keen intellect and pinpoint accuracy rival his own. But when the enemy and his deadly henchmen mistake Bob for the hunted, it’s clear that some situations call for a good man with a gun . . . and the guts to use it.

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The writing is skillful. - Goodreads
... all carefully researched. - Goodreads
Plot little too overtly political for my taste. - Goodreads
But I respect the skill of the writer. - Goodreads
The imagery is clear. - Goodreads
The ending is pure Hollywood. - Goodreads

Review: I, Sniper (Bob Lee Swagger #6)

User Review  - Greg - Goodreads

This isn't so much a novel as a defense of gun culture in the United States, and a fantasy of retribution against those who have ever opposed gun culture in the US There seems to come a point in every ... Read full review

Review: I, Sniper (Bob Lee Swagger #6)

User Review  - Chris Lilly - Goodreads

If you fetishise guns, page after page after page of numbers relating to guns is probably wonderful stuff, but this is a book of sorts, not a gun catalogue, so it's just really bad writing, incredibly ... Read full review

About the author (2010)

Stephen Hunter has written eighteen novels. The retired chief film critic for The Washington Post, where he won the 2003 Pulitzer Prize for Distinguished Criticism, he has also published two collections of film criticism and a nonfiction work, American Gunfight. He lives in Baltimore, Maryland.

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