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G-Man: Bob Lee Swagger, Book 10

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From bestselling author and Pulitzer Prize-winner Stephen Hunter, the latest episode in his Swagger family saga - replete with Hunter's wicked suspense, vivid gun fights, and historical truths.

1934 was a pivotal year in the ongoing battle between the FBI and America's most famous outlaws - it was a year of giant personalities and huge shoot-outs, and it marked the deaths of John Dillinger, Bonnie and Clyde, and Pretty Boy Floyd, among others. But that year, FBI agent Sam Cowley's priority was to nab the most dangerous gangster this country has ever produced, a man so violent he scared Al Capone and was booted from the Chicago mob - Baby Face Nelson. To stop him, Cowley recruited the most talented gunman of the time - Charles Swagger.

When Bob Lee Swagger, now in Idaho, finally sells the land he owned in Arkansas, the developers begin to tear down the old homestead and uncover a steel case hidden in the foundation. The case contains a batch of 1934 memorabilia - a much-corroded FBI badge, a .45 automatic preserved in cosmoline, a gun clip, and a cryptic diagram, all belonging to Charles Swagger. Bob never knew his grandfather Charles, who died before he was he born, and his father Earl refuses to mention him. Fascinated by this new information, Bob is driven to find out what happened to his grandfather, and why his own father, whom he worshipped, never spoke of Charles. But as he investigates further, Bob learns that someone is following him, someone with his own obsession of finding out what Charles Swagger left behind.

©2017 Stephen Hunter (P)2017 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.

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  • Rusty
    Orange, TX, United States
    27/05/17
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    "BEST OF BOTH!!! "

    best story writer and narrator. I'm looking for more right now. will definitely send to others.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • Don P
    25/05/17
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    "Great story"

    Thoroughly enjoyed. Great fantasy history. Cannot wait until the next story in the series. Highly recommend.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • Bruce L.
    20/05/17
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    "starts slow gets good"

    Then book starts slow but gets good. Not quite riviting, but intriguing. Good job to the reader.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • D. R. Green
    Sunny Florida
    08/08/17
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    "Look back to Charles Swagger, BobLee's grandfather"

    If, like me, you have read all the Bob Lee Swagger books, you know a great deal about Bob Lee and his father, Earl. This story takes us back to his grandfather, Charles. Bob Lee never met his grandfather and knows little about him. He comes to know his grandfather as a troubled man with a strong code of honor, but many personal problems. Infamous folks like Baby Face Nelson and Purvis, a G-man who killed him (or did he??), are a big part of this story, too. Great narration by R.C. Bray. I am surprised by several very negative reviews. This is not my favorite of the Bob Lee Swagger books, but certainly a worth while listen! I look forward to Hunter's next novel.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • EB41
    03/08/17
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    "Not his best narration"

    Hunter has penned some superb books about the famous Swagger clan and I've long been a fan. His specifics about weapons technology and the specific elements of the era and issues is always thorough and revealing. However, Mr Bray, another solid favorite, almost undoes this project.
    Mispronunciation of city names (McLean VA) and horrible mistakes about rifles (Browning BAR, is not "bar") could be forgotten if they weren't so prevalent. By the end of the book, all I heard was the many such errors.
    It's worth the time and money as it's a typical good Hunter book, but it might be better read vs heard.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • Ernest
    vacavilee, CA, United States
    11/07/17
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    "one of the best Bob Lee books"

    fantastic work of are too bad Bob Lee is getting old. Hunter gets ya dragged in....

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • William Senkowsky
    Round Rock, TX United States
    08/07/17
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    "Fantastic A great story and great narration."

    This is a must for Swagger piles well written and excellent reading. Highly recommended from an audiobook addict. Enjoy

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • TODD BANISTER
    30/06/17
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    "Great story!"

    I'm a huge Bob Lee Swagger fan but this novel goes above and beyond! The historical notes and telling or retelling of the 1834 bank robbing gangs is incredible and educational! I would recommend this book 100%

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • David
    Carmel, IN, USA
    29/06/17
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    "Good story but was expecting more"

    I've read all Bob Lee Swagger novels and would put this one in the middle of the pack. I found myself researching the details discussed in the story. Book got a little too bogged down in places. I do enjoy the historical aspects in the last couple of novels.

    Hopefully there is a next installment in the series.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • Ross
    Newmarket, Ontario, Canada
    25/06/17
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    "A new member in the Swagger family story"

    Meet Charles Swagger, grandfather of Bob Lee. It's a Charles Swagger story told across time as Bob Lee tries to learn more about the grandfather that he never knew. Charles is like the other Swaggers, a hero, with personal demons, who does his best. The kind of man you would want at your back or your side in a gunfight. The book is also illuminating on the gangster era of America.

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