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“A roaring good read.”—FORBES.com

Master sniper Bob Lee Swagger returns in this riveting novel by bestselling author and Pulitzer Prize winner Stephen Hunter.


The Great Depression was marked by an epidemic of bank robberies and Tommy-gun-toting outlaws who became household names. Hunting them down was the new U.S. Division of Investigation--soon to become the FBI--which was determined to nab the most dangerous gangster this country has ever produced: Baby Face Nelson. To stop him, the Bureau recruited talented gunman Charles Swagger, World War I hero and sheriff of Polk County, Arkansas.

Eighty years later, Charles's grandson Bob Lee Swagger uncovers a strongbox containing an array of memorabilia dating back to 1934--a federal lawman's badge, a .45 automatic preserved in cosmoline, a mysterious gun part, and a cryptic diagram--all belonging to Charles Swagger. Bob becomes determined to find out what happened to his grandfather-- and why his own father never spoke of Charles. But as he investigates, Bob learns that someone is following him--and shares his obsession.

Told in alternating timeframes, G-Man is a thrilling addition to Stephen Hunter's bestselling Bob Lee Swagger series.

GENRE
Mysteries & Thrillers
RELEASED
2017
May 16
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
464
Pages
PUBLISHER
Penguin Publishing Group
SELLER
PENGUIN GROUP USA, INC.
SIZE
2.8
MB

Customer Reviews

dangalsue ,

Like fine wine

Stephen Hunter, and the Swagger family are like a fine wine. The older Bob Lee gets, and the more that we learn about the Swagger family the better it gets. G-Man is one of S Hunter’s best!!!

Dadude59 ,

Fascinating Read

I loved this book as it tied together historical facts and the plot of the novel into the storyline By the time you are done, you'll be asking yourself if this was what really happened! Very enjoyable and I look forward to reading more by this author.

Lakewaco ,

Back and Current Years

Awkward reading. Didn’t make a lot of sense. Got half way thru and still am not sure what the point of the story.

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