By Stephen Hunter
New York Times bestselling writer Stephen Hunter sends former Marine sniper Bob Lee Swagger deep into the guts of NASCAR kingdom during this action-packed thriller.
Talk a couple of ride!
Woe unto he who crosses Bob Lee Swagger, specially whilst his daughter's existence is at stake. compelled off the line and right into a crash that leaves her in a coma, clinging to lifestyles, reporter Nikki Swagger had all started to peel again the onion of a Southern-fried-conspiracy effervescent with the entire angst, resentment, and disorder that Dixie gangsters can muster. An historical, violent crime extended family, a in all probability corrupt legislations enforcement constitution, gunmen of all stripes and shapes, and deranged evangelicals rear their gruesome heads and may reside to rue the day they specified the inaccurate man's daughter. It's what you name your big-time undesirable profession flow. it all is determined opposed to the backdrop of pleasure and madness that just a week-long NASCAR occasion can carry to the backwoods of a city as doubtless sleepy as Bristol, Tennessee.
A grasp on the most sensible of his video game, Hunter presents a number of exciting new purposes to learn as speedy as we will be able to. whilst Swagger choices up peeling the place his daughter left off, and his speedy sword of justice is set free, we discover a real American hero in his such a lot beautiful motion to this point. And—in the shape of Brother Richard, a self-decreed "Sinnerman" out of the outdated fire-and-brimstone tradition—Hunter deals up his such a lot diabolical, enticing villain but. A triumph of tale, personality, and elegance, Night of Thunder is Stephen Hunter at his best possible.
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