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I, Sniper : A Bob Lee Swagger Novel (2009)
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Published: New York : Simon & Schuster, 2009
Series: Bob Lee Swagger novel
Edition:  First Simon and Schuster hardcover edition
Description:  418 pages ; 25 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 9781416565154 (hardcover), 1416565159 (hardcover),
Language:  English


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

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I, Sniper


The sniper's motto is BRASS:  Breathe.  Relax.  Aim.  Slack.  Squeeze.

Bob, The Nailer,  is back and he again is taking no prisoners.  In this latest edition, Swagger is hell-bent on proving that the most decorated Marine sniper of all time's legacy is not tarnished.  Bob knows in his gut that the late Carl Hitchcock could not have committed the atrocities that are being blamed on him.

T.T. Constable is the billionaire-blamer, whose wife is one of the recent multiple sniper victims and he wants immediate closure on this high-profile case.  T.T. is not a man to take lightly.  He is a man who is used to getting his way.  He will use all his resources to accomplish his goals.

Nick Memphis is given the task to lead the sniper investigation for the FBI and he calls on his old friend, Bob Lee,  for insight.  Since Memphis is not moving the case along fast enough for Mr. Big Bucks, a conspiracy is started to discredit Memphis and remove him from the case.

Hunter has  fun with this novel and takes some liberties by basing two of his characters on Ted Turner and Jane Fonda.  A fast glance at the author's Acknowledgments page is worth the read.
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