Stephen Hunter

Stephen Hunter is the 2003 Pulitzer Prize-winning film critic for Distinguished Criticism.

He is also the author of many bestselling novels, including New York Times bestsellers Havana, Pale Horse Coming, and Hot Springs.

His 1993 novel Point of Impact was turned into the electrifying movie Shooter, which received good reviews.

Hunter graduated from Northwestern University with a degree in journalism, and worked most of his life for the Washington Post as their film critic for decades.

Hunter writes both fiction and non-fiction works, and currently lives in Baltimore, Maryland.

Bibliography

Point of Impact (1993)

Black Light (1996)

Time to Hunt (1998)

The 47th Samurai (2007)

Night of Thunder (2008)

I, Sniper (2009)

Dead Zero (2010)

The Third Bullet (2013)

Sniper’s Honor (May 2014)

G-Man (May 2017)

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