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Hunter, Stephen 1946-

Overview
Works: 181 works in 1,218 publications in 13 languages and 54,098 library holdings
Genres: Fiction  Thrillers (Fiction)  Action and adventure fiction  History  Detective and mystery fiction  Historical fiction  War stories  Drama  War fiction  Film adaptations 
Roles: Author, Bibliographic antecedent, Actor, Creator
Classifications: PS3558.U494, 813.54
Publication Timeline
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Publications about Stephen Hunter
Publications by Stephen Hunter
Most widely held works about Stephen Hunter
 
Most widely held works by Stephen Hunter
I, sniper : a Bob Lee Swagger novel by Stephen Hunter( Book )
33 editions published between 2009 and 2014 in 3 languages and held by 2,823 libraries worldwide
Special Agent Nick Memphis enlists the help of retired Marine sniper Bob Lee Swagger to unravel a sophisticated conspiracy involving the deaths of four famed '60s radicals--a conspiracy that would require the highest level of warcraft by the most superb special operations professionals
The 47th samurai : a Bob Lee Swagger novel by Stephen Hunter( Book )
53 editions published between 2007 and 2013 in 7 languages and held by 2,594 libraries worldwide
Reclaiming a lost military sword for a Japanese war veteran, Bob Lee Swagger is forced to postpone his retirement when a self-proclaimed samurai brutally murders the veteran's family, a crime Swagger vows to avenge
The third bullet : a Bob Lee Swagger novel by Stephen Hunter( Book )
25 editions published between 2012 and 2014 in 3 languages and held by 2,569 libraries worldwide
Swagger becomes interested in exploring JFK's assassination, asking questions few have asked before
Dead zero : a Bob Lee Swagger novel by Stephen Hunter( Book )
23 editions published between 2010 and 2013 in English and Russian and held by 2,543 libraries worldwide
Marine Corps master sniper Bob Lee Swagger travels to the remote deserts and caves of Afghanistan to track down a renegade Marine who is using extreme measures to complete a mission
Havana : an Earl Swagger novel by Stephen Hunter( Book )
49 editions published between 2002 and 2011 in 3 languages and held by 2,384 libraries worldwide
Sent by the CIA to 1950s Cuba to eliminate young revolutionary Fidel Castro, ex-Marine hero Earl Swagger finds himself confronting outdated ideals about honor and duty as the world around him erupts into early Cold War violence
Pale horse coming : a novel by Stephen Hunter( Book )
37 editions published between 2001 and 2008 in 5 languages and held by 2,375 libraries worldwide
In 1951, after Sam Vincent disappears while investigating a prison for violent African American convicts in Thebes, Mississippi, Earl Swagger finds himself confronting a town guarded by a private army of brutal, Klan-type thugs
Night of thunder : a Bob Lee Swagger novel by Stephen Hunter( Book )
35 editions published between 2008 and 2011 in 3 languages and held by 2,342 libraries worldwide
Deep in the heart of Dixie for a weeklong NASCAR event, Bob Lee Swagger, protagonist of the "New York Times"--Bestselling "Point of Impact," returns in this explosively gritty thrill ride as he metes justice out to those who targeted his reporter-daughter
Soft target by Stephen Hunter( Book )
26 editions published between 2011 and 2014 in 3 languages and held by 2,335 libraries worldwide
A follow-up to "Dead Zero" finds retired marine sergeant Ray Cruz confronting a band of terrorists who have taken over the Mall of America, where they begin to systematically execute more than one thousand hostages
Sniper's honor : a Bob Lee Swagger novel by Stephen Hunter( Book )
24 editions published between 2014 and 2017 in English and Russian and held by 2,277 libraries worldwide
"Bob Lee Swagger is in love--with a woman who died 70 years ago. Ludmilla "Mili" Petrova was a great Russian sniper in World War II until she disappeared on a mission and was virtually erased from history. When Kathy Reilly of the Washington Post encounters a brief mention of Petrova in an old Russian propaganda magazine, she begins building a story around the legendary female sniper, who was once dubbed Die Weisse Hexe--The White Witch--and lauded by enemies and comrades alike. Mili's luxurious blonde hair and statuesque figure belied her fierce resolve to avenge the deaths of her husband and family by joining Stalin's Army and using her sharpshooting expertise to defeat Hitler's organization--ideally from the top down. There is very little on record for Reilly to mine for her profile, which only makes her want to dig deeper, enlisting her friend and former marine sniper Bob Lee Swagger to parse out the scarce details of Mili's astonishing military service. The more Swagger learns about the circumstances of Mili's last mission, the more he reveres the beautiful Russian heroine and longs to have known a fellow sniper with such courage and skill. And the more he believes her disappearance was no accident, and that Mili Petrova, while an essential player in Stalin's master plan, was merely a pawn in some larger conspiracy. But why would the Russian government go to such great lengths to erase one of their own decorated, legendary soldiers from history? And why, when Swagger joins Kathy Reilly on a researchtrip to the Carpathian Mountains, is someone trying to kill them for what they might find?"--
Black light by Stephen Hunter( Book )
33 editions published between 1996 and 2014 in 6 languages and held by 2,197 libraries worldwide
An Arkansas highway patrolman investigates the death years earlier of his father, also a policeman. Officer Bob Lee Swagger is put up to it by a young journalist who wants to write a book on Swagger's father. When the two are caught in a professionally organized ambush on a highway, they realize they are onto something. By the author of Point of Impact
Time to hunt : a novel by Stephen Hunter( Book )
33 editions published between 1998 and 2010 in English and held by 2,142 libraries worldwide
Two snipers from the Vietnam War--one Russian, the other American--resume their duel in the mountains of Idaho. Round two opens when ex-Marine Bob Swagger and his wife are wounded by rifle fire
I, Ripper : a novel by Stephen Hunter( Book )
21 editions published between 2015 and 2016 in English and Russian and held by 2,137 libraries worldwide
"The electrifying new thriller from New York Times bestseller Stephen Hunter takes you deep inside the mind of the most notorious serial killer of all time - Jack the Ripper"--Publisher
Hot springs : a novel by Stephen Hunter( Book )
36 editions published between 2000 and 2013 in 5 languages and held by 2,129 libraries worldwide
"In the summer of 1946, the most wide-open town in America is Hot Springs, Arkansas, a city of ancient, legendary corruption. While the pilgirms take the cure in the mineral-rich 142-degree water that bubbles from the earth, the brothels and casinos are the true source of the town's prosperity. It is run by an English-born gangster named Owney Maddox, who represents the New York syndicate and rules his empire like a Saxon lord while sporting an ascot and jodhpurs. But all that is about to be challenged."--Jacket
Point of impact by Stephen Hunter( Book )
52 editions published between 1992 and 2014 in 8 languages and held by 1,898 libraries worldwide
An ex-Marine sniper is tricked into an assassination by a shadowy security company, only to escape their trap for him afterwards
G-man by Stephen Hunter( Book )
24 editions published between 2017 and 2018 in English and held by 1,685 libraries worldwide
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 worshiped, 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
The day before midnight by Stephen Hunter( Book )
33 editions published between 1988 and 2009 in 6 languages and held by 1,602 libraries worldwide
"The countdown to midnight begins on a winter dawn. Doors burst open in the Hummel family home in suburban Maryland and commandos brandishing Uzi submachine guns rush inside. As his wife and children watch in horror, Jack Hummel, the local welder, is whisked away. The reason for Hummel's abduction soon becomes clear: A sophisticated paramilitary assault team has taken control of the nearby South Mountain MX missile site. But the launch key rests within a vault behind a half-ton titanium block. Hummel must utilize his expertise to cut through the block to the key. By midnight South MOuntain will be fully operational - and the nuclear missile will be armed and ready to wreak destruction. Where? And why? Who are these men who want to turn that key? Above all, who is the mastermind who has mounted such a staggering takeover of America's most secret missile site?"--Http://www.stephenhunter.net
The master sniper by Stephen Hunter( Book )
30 editions published between 1980 and 2010 in 3 languages and held by 1,599 libraries worldwide
"London, 1945. It has become evident to an office-bound American intelligence analyst, James Leets of the OSS, that deep within the Third Reich one last operation is being planned. Leets doesn't know much but what he does know terrifies him: it will involve a special man and a special rifle. The man is Repp, of the Waffen SS, of Totenkopf, the Death's Head Division--Repp, whose bravery and resolve are legendary, and who is called the 'Master Sniper.' Repp is the very best in his profession. But the stakes involved are huge, even for Repp. 'He's going to kill somebody. Somebody big,' Leets tells his boss, Tony Outhwaithe of British Intelligence. 'He's going to snipe him.' But who? Thus begins an extraordinarily suspenseful journey across the face of a war and into the deep part of the human heart where the will to murder lurks. Leets and his team--the acerbic Outhwaithe, Roger Evans, a callow Harvard boy, and Shmuel, a death-camp refugee, one of the few men on earth to have stood on the far side of the rifle from Repp and survived--begin to track the German. Their quest takes them to the front and to the morgue, through a frightening night airborne assault, to the pit's edge at a concentration camp, and through the labyrinths of the Third Reich. The cost is high, and the time is short. And Repp, for his part, is under the same great pressure: he must supervise the modification of the sophisticated weapon--code-named Vampir--that makes his operation possible, knowing all the while he is being hunted and that at any moment attack may come. When it does, his only chance is to flee across a shattered Germany, where by an ironic trick he becomes the quarry not only of his hunters but of the SS as well. But Repp has the motivation. At that moment when he cups the scope to his eye and draws back the bolt, he feels himself a Force of History. For him the mission is a last consecration. Leets knows better. He knows it's the final blasphemy. The Master Sniper is impeccably researched and beautifully written. It is one of those rare thrillers that creates a whole world and peoples it with characters about whom we come to care desperately. Its last moments are among the most intense and compelling in the literature of suspense. This is Stephen Hunter's first novel."--Dust jacket
Dirty white boys : a novel by Stephen Hunter( Book )
32 editions published between 1994 and 2011 in 8 languages and held by 1,561 libraries worldwide
A chase across the Southwest by an Oklahoma highway patrol officer, going after three vicious criminals who escaped from prison. By the author of Point of Impact
The second saladin by Stephen Hunter( Book )
20 editions published between 1982 and 2010 in English and Russian and held by 1,177 libraries worldwide
Paul Chardy, a CIA specialist, captured, broken by the Soviets, and in exile, is drawn into espionage again when Ulu Beg, a man he trained, arrives in the U.S
American gunfight : the plot to kill Harry Truman, and the shoot-out that stopped it by Stephen Hunter( Book )
9 editions published between 2005 and 2007 in English and held by 991 libraries worldwide
This is a groundbreaking work of meticulous historical research and the dramatic story of an act of terrorism that almost succeeded. Journalists Hunter and Bainbridge have pieced together the story of the 1950 conspiracy to assassinate President Harry Truman, and of how a few good men--ordinary guys willing to risk their lives in the line of duty--stopped it in a bloody shoot-out in the streets of Washington. The authors examine the forces that led the Puerto Rican nationalist perpetrators to conceive the plot. They tell the story of the men themselves, from their youth and the world in which they grew up, to the moment the gunfire erupted. This book is about courage--on both sides, about what politics and devotion to a cause can lead men to do, and about what actually happens, second by second, when a gunfight explodes.--From publisher description
 
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Alternative Names
Hunter, Stephen
Khanter, Stiven
Khanter, Stiven 1946-
Stephen Hunter Amerikaans journalist
Stephen Hunter écrivain américain
Stephen Hunter scrittore, giornalista e critico cinematografico statunitense
Stephen Hunter US-amerikanischer Schriftsteller
Стивън Хънтър
Хантер, Стевен 1946-
Хантер, Стивен
Хантер, Стивен 1946-
סטיבן האנטר
استیون هانتر
ستيفن هنتر
스티븐 헌터
헌터, 스티븐
スティーヴン・ハンター
ハンター, スティーヴン
史蒂芬·亨特
Languages
English (521)
Russian (39)
French (24)
German (11)
Italian (11)
Dutch (11)
Japanese (10)
Polish (5)
Turkish (3)
Multiple languages (3)
Danish (3)
Thai (2)
Korean (1)
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