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Author: Beau Bridges,Stephen Hunter
ISBN13: 978-0553455809
Title: Time to Hunt
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Category: Thrillers and Suspense
Publisher: Random House Audio; Abridged edition (May 18, 1998)

Time to Hunt by Beau Bridges,Stephen Hunter



Author(s): Stephen Hunter (Goodreads Author). Time To Hunt (Bob Lee Swagger, Published May 18th 1998 by Random House Audio. Author(s): Stephen Hunter (Goodreads Author), Beau Bridges (Narrator). ISBN: 055345580X (ISBN13: 9780553455809). Stephen Hunter (Goodreads Author), Beau Bridges (Narrator). ISBN: 0553477498 (ISBN13: 9780553477498).

Time to Hunt proves anew why so many consider Stephen Hunter to be our best living thriller writer. He is the most dangerous man alive. He only wants to live in peace with his family, and forget the war that nearly killed him.

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High praise for. Stephen hunter and. Time to hunt. A WELL-PLOTTED THRILLER, infused with enough lyrical prose and insightful musings about the human condition to make it worth the time of even less adventure-prone readers. The denouement will keep even the most avid thriller fan on the edge of his seat, and has enough twists and turns to satisfy die-hard mystery buffs as well. The Washington Post Book World. Put another notch in hunter’s pe. ime to Hunt is as vivid and haunting as a moving target in the crosshairs of a sniper scope. Nelson DeMille, author of Plum Island.

Bob Lee Swagger is back again in Stephen Hunter's latest action-packed audiobook. Forever on the run, Swagger encounters a plot to kill him that involves the killing fields of Cambodia and modern-day political intrigue in Washington, . Beau Bridges's distinct baritone suits this hard-edged thriller. He plays "Bob the Nailer" with a combination of qualities, as well as a cool master marksman who must defend himself and his family from an enemy who has been stalking him since the Vietnam War.

Time to Hunt audiobook, by Stephen Hunter. He is the most dangerous man alive It's not going to happen. Time to Hunt proves anew why so many consider Stephen Hunter to be our best living thriller writer. Download and start listening now! BK BANT 000127. Listeners Also Enjoyed: Quotes & Awards.

Narrated by: Eric G. Dove. Length: 16 hrs and 19 mins. His new mission: hunt down those responsible for the greatest tragedy in the history of the US Special Ops and bring them to justice. This One's a Keeper!!!

In Havana, Stephen Hunter has produced a truly epic adventure story, shot-through with violence, eroticism, and the pressures of big money and big politics, set in a legendary time and place. His hero, Earl Swagger, fights his enemies, his superiors, and his own temptations and, in the end, has to decide what is worth killing for - and what is worth dying for. He knows only one thing for certain: that he’s a pawn in somebody else’s game. But a pawn with a Colt Super. 38 in his shoulder holster and the skill and will to use it fast and well is a formidable man, indeed

Narrated by Beau Bridges. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. Time to Hunt: Bob Lee Swagger.

A Time to Hunt by Stephen Hunter. But all of this action is only a prelude to Donny's subsequent relationship with Swagger in Vietnam. time to hunt is more than a thriller. it's a sweeping novel that ranges from the era of the Vietnam War and the anti-war movement to the present. 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. For information address: Doubleday, New York, New York.

He's the most dangerous man alive.  He only wants to live in peace with his family.  It's not going to happen.Stephen Hunter's epic national bestsellers, Point of Impact and Black Light, introduced millions to Bob Lee Swagger, aka "Bob the Nailer," a heroic but flawed Vietnam War veteran forced twice to use his skills as a master sniper to defend his life and his honor.  Now, in his grandest, most intensely thrilling adventure yet, Bob the Nailer must face his deadliest foe from Vietnam--and his own demons--to save his wife and daughter.During the latter days of the Vietnam War, deep in-country, a young idealistic Marine named Donny Fenn was cut down by a sniper's bullet as he set out on patrol with Swagger, who had always assumed the bullet was meant for him.  Years later, Swagger marries Donny's widow Julie, and together they raise their daughter Nikki on a ranch in the isolated Sawtooth Mountains in Idaho.  Although he struggles with the painful legacy of Vietnam, Swagger's greatest wish, to leave his violent past behind and live quietly with his family, seems to have come true.Then one idyllic day, a man, a woman and a girl set out from the ranch on horseback.  High on a ridge above a mountain pass, a thousand yards distant, a calm, cold-eyed man, one of the world's greatest marksmen, peers through a telescopic site at the three approaching figures. Out of his tortured past, a mortal enemy has once again found Bob the Nailer.With a plot that sweeps from the killing fields of Vietnam to the corridors of power in Washington, to the shadowy plots of the new world order, Stephen Hunter delivers all the complex action his fans demand in a masterful tale of family heartbreak and international intrigue.
Reviews: 7
lubov
Let me start by stating that I can't get enough of Bob the Nailer. I read my first Stephen Hunter book because I think the movie "Shooter" is on my top ten list of favorite movies. I wanted to read the book. That started me on Hunter novels.

There are just enough hints in this book to give me some idea of what is coming but I keep reading because I want to know if I have figured it out and if so, how he pulls it off. The entire package comes together in ways that you know will happen but sometimes don't expect.

One part that bothers me is that Hunter made this major buildup to why the M1D was used but I never really got the answer. Why leave that hanging? Did I miss something in the reading? I guess I'll have to read it again to find out.

Bob Swagger is way bigger than life. Is anyone really so immortal that they can have surgery on their leg, HALO from an airplane into a blizzard, crash land in the snow, get shot, and still survive to save the day? "Daddy's home!" I laughed because it was just so cool but so unlikely. I loved it! The way he did it in spite of how impossible and not real life it comes across is what good fiction is all about. If I wanted real life I'd read non-fiction. I want to be entertained and enjoy what I'm reading and Hunter and Bob Lee do it for me.
Dreladred
I've read all Stephen Hunter's "Swagger" books and this one is as good as the rest. I'm writing this review now because the TV series "Shooter" is based on the Bob Lee Swagger character and unfortunately, it doesn't do justice to the books or their finely plotted and wonderfully written storyline. Hunter knows how to take you to the edge, keep you guessing and tie it all up neatly at the end. His type of writing rarely translates well to film and if you haven't read any Hunter books, you're missing a wonderful treat. I know Hunter works hard to bring it all together, but that hard work doesn't show up in the books, it seems as if the entire story just flowed effortlessly from the tip of his fingers. That's good writing.
It's so easy
This is one of the best, if not the best of all his books. Even, if you are not from that era, you can see the imagery of the 60s, 70s, 80s, you can be there, and feel the humidity, and the torrential rain of a tropical weather, you will know what is to hold a 700 in your hands, look through the scope, see the mil-dots on the target, breath, hold and gently pull the trigger. What a rush of emotions the author takes you through as you turn the pages, and page after page you can see the full imagery that author conveys to you. The author conveys a lot of technical information richly blended with historical factoids that gives the book a sense of reality. And easy sense of reality, something that says, that could have had happened to me. This is a very good book; I wish someone would have the sense to turn into a movie.
Whitebinder
This was one great read.

Starts out in Idaho where Bob's wife and daughter are riding in the high country. One of their neighbors rides up and they stop to talk. The neighbor is blown out of his saddle and Julie and Nikki ride like hell for cover. Julie is shot in the collar bone and Nikki gets away.

Bob Lee Swagger and the authorities find the nest the sniper used. A nest thats a decoy.

Swagger finds the real nest quite a ways away. He realizes the guy made one hell of a shot to hit Julie. The neighbor, not so much as he was just sitting there on his horse. Julie was riding hell for leather to get away. The shooter is a pro.

Swagger just knows the shooter was the Russian who had tagged him and killed Donnie Fenn in 1971. He was that kind of pro. A pro who has wounded Julie. A pro who is now on Swaggers hit list.

So begins one great read. A read that goes back and forth from 1971 to the present. Of course 1971 takes Bob Lee Swagger and his spotter Donnie Fenn back to Nam. Back to a time when the two of them held off a battalion of VC and Cong on their way to Dodge City a us military base. On their way to destroy the camp using monsoon rains as cover. A time when Swagger was badly wounded and Fenn was killed on his last day in Nam.

1971 also takes us back to a conspiracy. A conspiracy involving Fenn, his girlfriend, later his wife, Julie, Trig a charasmatic peace movement leader and deaths.

Three deaths to be exact. One death was viewed as bad luck. Wrong place. Wrong time. One death was seen as a simple murder when the victim was discovered months later. One death was seen as a martyr for his cause. How wrong those suppositions turned out to be.

Thirty years later Bob Lee Swagger finally figures it all out and exactes revenge. Revenge the Swagger way.

Yup. One hell of a read and worth way more than five stars.
Ielonere
Swagger is a great character, strong, self-reliant, flawed - the American archetype from Hawkeye to Reacher. Hunter does a great job weaving together disparate threads to form a whole cloth that spans two decades from 1971 to the early 90s. Protestors, the Marines, the CIA, the KGB, GRU, FBI move in and out of Swagger's so-called life. It is a ripping tale and the attention to detail is great...well sort of great because Hunter needs a more forceful editor. Each physical or emotional (often both) action requires seemingly endless description and explication. The tension and action are milked from some great scenes because of over-long ruminations or detailed descriptions that serve only to boost the word total. So ironically, an action novel is drained of its most precious attribute - action. Think Jack Reacher written by Thomas Hardy.

Too bad because Swagger is a great character surrounded by some great characters. The plot is original - with certain noteworthy exceptions e.g. we know exactly what will happen to Donny about a page after he is introduced. Hunter would do well to put down the Hardy read some Hemingway.

Try "Point of Impact" first. Much tighter. Also, the film, "Shooter" with Mark Wahlberg is a well-made thriller that incorporates some elements of other Hunter Swagger books.