The Third Bullet - Stephen Hunter

The Third Bullet

By Stephen Hunter

  • Release Date: 2013-01-15
  • Book Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4 Score: 4 (From 289 Ratings)
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The Third Bullet by Stephen Hunter

Former marine sniper Bob Lee Swagger investigates one of the most enduring controversies of our time—the JFK assassination—in this New York Times bestselling “terrific thriller” (Booklist, starred review).

Bestselling author Stephen Hunter takes on one of the most shocking crimes in American history when his celebrated hero ex-Marine sniper Bob Lee Swagger follows the smallest hint of a lead to its staggering conclusion—about the fateful third bullet that ended the life of President John F. Kennedy. . . .

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Book Reviews

  • The Third Bullet

    By Origin'l sin
    I've read almost all Hunter's "Swagger" books and will admit some disappointment with this one. Took effort to remain engaged with the plot and it addresses something out of history which already has been "conspiracy theoried" to death. Make sure to keep the caffeine flowing if you want to make this into a page turning piece of excitement.
  • The Third Bullet

    By Ghostrover78
    Like others I have read all the Bobby Lee Swagger books and looked forward to reading The Third Bullet. Man was I disappointed, story in a story, first third grabbed my attention but the middle up to the end was a big disappointment. I usually read right thru his books but found the dedication to the rifle and bullet boring and painful. Hope Stephen Hunter gets back to his original writing platform and focus on the character development of Bobby or his son in future novels
  • The Third Bullet

    By Porter3665
    Now I've smelled stinkers in my time, this book is higher than a mad dogs privates.
  • Believable

    By Tentman22
    Story is very well done. Very convincing. Makes you wonder what really happened. The characters come to life and will keep you guessing through the story.
  • The Third Bullet

    By get2mike
    In the past year I have read more than sixty novels and have also read all of Stephen Hunters previous works. Without question this is the most interesting, informative and entertaining book of that period and one of the best in my lifetime. Congratulations Mr. Hunter, I am in your debt for the edification and pure pleasure of the read. I highly recommend that readers of this review make the investment of money and time necessary to join me in completing this journey!
  • Too big a departure

    By Richards193742
    There should be a caveat on the cover "warning, this is an experiment for me as a writer". I don't buy Hunter for any deep reading. His niche is fast, non-thinking, Swagger action. Hunter needs to get back to his roots or lose his readers and franchise.
  • Third Bullet

    By Moot 32
    I've read all the Swagger books. While this is a definite departure from Hunter's norm, he spins a good tale and a plausible alternative JFK assassination theory. Well worth the read although it dragged a bit in a couple of area.
  • The Third Bullet

    By Whughboy
    I have read them all. This one is the best yet. I know Bob Lee is getting old, but I sure hope he can get between a rock and a hard place a couple more times! Maybe he and Jack Reacher could team up and wipe out..........?
  • Third Bullet

    By Norminsky
    It was an effort to read. So different from what the authors previous books were like. I appreciate the effort but I just didn't like it.
  • Disappointing

    By My2Toys
    I have read all Bob Lee Swagger books and really enjoyed each one, eagerly looking forward to the next. But this one is so boring I can hardly plow through it. I'm only half way through and not sure I'll be able to finish it. It's one of the most boring books I've ever tried to read. Where's the Bob Lee smarts & action? So far there's been very little. I'm very disappointed. I never would have bought it had I known it was going to be so slow.

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