The 47th Samurai
|Series||Bob Lee Swagger series|
|Published||2007 (Simon & Schuster)|
|Media type||Print (Hardback)|
|LC Class||PS3558.U494 A615 2007|
|Preceded by||Time to Hunt|
|Followed by||Night of Thunder|
The story begins with Bob Lee now living in Idaho. There along with his wife, former wife of his spotter Donny Fenn, he is cultivating his land by using a scythe. The story starts while Bob Lee is cutting away at his land with the scythe while an expensive car pulls up. Bob Lee is aggravated by this, since his previous encounters with such cars and men in them have led him into troublesome situations.
Having this predisposition to the men within the car, Bob Lee confronts them to make them leave him and his family alone. Instead he finds a man roughly the same age as himself, looking for Bob Lee, since he is the son of the man that killed his father during the battle of Iwo Jima. Here the book changes to the situations that led to the awarding of the Medal of Honor, to Earl Swagger during a battle on Iwo Jima.
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