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Stephen Hunter

USA flag (b.1946)

Stephen Hunter won the 2003 Pulitzer Prize for Criticism as well as the 1998 American Society of Newspaper Editors Award for Distinguished Writing in Criticism for his work as film critic at The Washington Post. He is the author of several bestselling novels, including Time to Hunt, Black Light, Point of Impact, and the New York Times bestsellers Havana, Pale Horse Coming, and Hot Springs.

Genres: Thriller, Mystery, Horror
New Books
January 2023

The Bullet Garden
(Earl Swagger, book 4)
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