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    G-Man

    Excellent. We need More Swaggers. Hunter mixes history with storytelling in the best of ways. Eagerly awaiting the next one.
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    Great gun book

    Details technology beautifully. Very enjoyable read. Stephen is one of tbe greats. A book of where heros really come from. Fiction defining what realitity should be
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    Good one

    I love the way Steven Hunter builds his stories. This book is a real page turner.
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    G-Man

    Nice bit of gangster history to go along with the fictional accounts of 1934 and the present. Love Hunter's story telling. Don't stop...
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    Swagger revisited

    This tkes us back to the 30's and the FBI war on the bank robbers. We get more insight on Charles Swagger. EARL'S father.and how he came to end up as he did. We toggle between Bob trying to solve the mystery about his grampa, and Charles in the 30's. Like all the Swagger books, its a good story well told.
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