HOT SPRINGS Stephen Hunter is one of this life’s little pleasures.
Hunter brings power and poignancy to a tale that should be thought of as a great novel, not just a great thriller. Simply stated, he is one of the best novelists working today in any genre. The Providence Sunday Journal. A richly told tale driven by complex characters, strong dialogue and a unique plot. Hunter just keeps getting better. Stephen Hunter is one of this life’s little pleasures. He writes the ultimate page-turner, books that are so full of testosterone that your voice lowers an octave just reading them. More ambitious than previous Hunter thrillers, and its historical sweep breaks new ground for the author.
In the summer of 1946, the most wide-open town in America is Hot Springs, Arkansas, a city of ancient, legendary corruption.
Author: Stephen Hunter. Publisher: Simon & Schuster, 2000. In the summer of 1946, the most wide-open town in America is Hot Springs, Arkansas, a city of ancient, legendary corruption. While the pilgrims 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
Hunter's precise descriptions of combat, hardware, and commando training are rendered in spare, uncluttered prose, and the melodrama around a key subplot-Earl's tangled, love-hate relationship with his murdered father-enhances rather than detracts from the novel's superb pacing and powerful narrative.
Hot Springs (. ISBN 978-0-671-03545-7) is a fictional work by Stephen Hunter, published in 2000. Hot Springs is a novel telling about gangsters and gambling in . city Hot Springs, Arkansas. It is the first novel in the series featuring Hunter's character Earl Swagger. It is summer 1946 and Earl Swagger, former Marine and recipient of the Medal of Honor, feels he is an angry man with nowhere to go in the post-war peace.
Earl Swagger is tough as hell.
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Road dust clung to them in a gritty film. A shower would be so nice, a sleep. A shower would be so nice, a sleep he sad scene with Frenchy Short yesterday. And today was a high killer. Above, the sun beat down, a big hole in the sky, turning the sky leaden and the leaves heavy and lisdess. No wind puffed, no mercy, as if they’d brought some godforsaken Texas weather with them.
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Author: Stephen Hunter
Category: Literature and Fiction
Subcategory: Action & Adventure
Publisher: Simon & Schuster; 1st edition (June 27, 2000)
Pages: 478 pages
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