Black Light (Signed). ebook
by Stephen Hunter
filled with detail, clever plotting, suspense and a hunt to the death that leaves the reader dry-mouthed with tension
nobody writes action better than stephen hunter and black light is one of his best. action scenes play like a movie, the plot is intriguing and the writing is top-notch. filled with detail, clever plotting, suspense and a hunt to the death that leaves the reader dry-mouthed with tension. Hunter knows his guns, and he writes about them with a precision that holds the attention of even a fervent anti-gun supporter. The Orlando Sentinel. the suspense in black light is a killer.
Home Stephen Hunter Black Light. Earl signed off. All sorts of things weighed on his mind; he tried to will them away. You got to stay sharp, he told himself. Jimmy is pulling him across the street when a black and white police car, its siren wailing, appears far down the street and drives straight at them so fast it seems to go from small to big in but a second. They’re going to be hit. IGA Food Line, it said on the sign. It was the biggest grocery store Bub had ever seen. Goddamn, said Jimmy. But that idea filled him with boredom. His big book was going the way of all flesh: that is, toward lassitude and indolence and ultimately nothingness. Russ showered, dressed, checked his wallet. He had less than fifty dollars left.
com: Black Light (Signed). Like the infrared "black light" that exposes a sniper's target in the dead of night, Swagger homes in on the shadowy figures desperate to keep the secret of his father's murder buried.
STEPHEN HUNTER spent two years in the United States Army and since 1971 has been on the staff of the Baltimore .
STEPHEN HUNTER spent two years in the United States Army and since 1971 has been on the staff of the Baltimore Sun, where he is now the film critic. No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or by any information storage and retrieval system, without the written permission of the Publisher, except where permitted by law.
Stephen Hunter may not be great literature, but he can write some damned entertaining books that men will love. 8 people found this helpful.
His father is ANOTHER S. Hunter major character, Earl Swagger). This journey bounces the reader from 1955 to the 1990s effortlessly, telling two stories at once and builds an excellent little mystery while keeping action junkies on the edge of their kindle. Stephen Hunter may not be great literature, but he can write some damned entertaining books that men will love.
The book Black Light by Stephen Hunter is a must read. Bob Lee Swagger, the main character, was a war veteran and one of the best shooters in the world. In the beginning, a guy named Russ approached him about writing a book.
Black Light is the second book in the Bob Lee Swagger series, by Stephen Hunter. There are two interconnected plots that unfold simultaneously in this novel; one is set in the present, and deals with Bob Lee Swagger and Russ Pewtie, while the other is set in 1955, and deals with Bob Lee's father, Earl, and the events leading up to his death. This book catches the reader up with Bob Lee about five years after the events in Point of Impact