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Publisher Description

AS FEATURED ON RICHARD & JUDY’S ‘KEEP READING AND CARRY ON’

'This is one of his best' - The Times


Jack Reacher is back in a brand new white-knuckle read from Lee Child.

It's a random universe, but once in a blue moon things turn out just right.

In a nameless city, two rival criminal gangs are competing for control. But they hadn’t counted on Jack Reacher arriving on their patch.

Reacher is trained to notice things.

He’s on a Greyhound bus, watching an elderly man sleeping in his seat, with a fat envelope of cash hanging out of his pocket. Another passenger is watching too ... hoping to get rich quick.

As the mugger makes his move, Reacher steps in.

The old man is grateful, yet he turns down Reacher’s offer to help him home. He’s vulnerable, scared, and clearly in big, big trouble.

What hold could the gangs have on the old guy? Will Reacher be in time to stop bad things happening?

The odds are better with Reacher involved. That's for damn sure.

'Everyone needs to kick some [butt] sometimes, even if it's just imaginary' JOJO MOYES

GENRE
Crime & Thrillers
RELEASED
2019
October 29
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
480
Pages
PUBLISHER
Transworld
SIZE
1.6
MB

Customer Reviews

XJ900F01 ,

Jack comes to visit

Every year Jack comes to visit. Highly enjoyable, gripping at times and a thoroughly good read.

See you next year mate 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻

NickDickens ,

A Brilliant, Gritty Read

This felt like a return to form and a more stripped back Jack Reacher. The story is a nice slow burn and although it has a lot of killings, they are not overtly gruesome or complex. This is not Rambo Last Blood or Hostel in novel form, this is a good old fashioned morality tale, where evil people are dispatched with a vengeance by a righteous avenger.

Just what we need in these morally bankrupt time. Nice that we can rely upon Lee Child to still turn in a page turner each year.

PS to Gratuitous Slaughter Reviewer – VAT on ebooks in the UK comes into effect from Dec 01 2020.

Ridgy2 ,

His worst book to date

Very poor storyline and quite unimaginative for a author of his reputation
Wouldn’t recommend

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