New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author DIANE CAPRI Does It Again! NEW Hunt for Jack Reacher book!
"Full of thrills and tension, but smart and human, too. Kim Otto is a great, great character - I love her." Lee Child, #1 World Wide Bestselling Author of Jack Reacher Thrillers
FBI Special Agents Kim Otto and Carlos Gaspar’s off-the-books assignment leads them to the surviving members of Jack Reacher’s elite military unit. Five years ago, Reacher sorted and destroyed a team of arms dealers in Lee Child’s Bad Luck & Trouble before he moved on. But he made mistakes. Now, his bad luck and trouble legacy plunges Otto and Gaspar into the minefield of a grudge war between Reacher’s fearless old friends and chilling new enemies.
When his enemies take women and children hostage for ransom, Kim’s relentless pursuit leads her deeper into the deadly war Reacher failed to finish. Mercenaries and Kim’s unwavering heart push her through—until she meets the wrong woman with nothing to lose.
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For Reacher fans
Ms. Capri has put a great spin on the Reacher (Lee Child) series. Her style is similar to Child's and her characters well developed. If you like Reacher you will like Agent Otto...will she ever meet him?
Get back jack
The worst book I've read
Good enough if you have nothing else to read
The story of the whole series is convoluted, stupid and makes no sense at all. The only character worth calling that is Gaspar, the “number two” of the FBI team. I can only hope that actual FBI Special Agents aren’t such stupid, incoherent morons as the “lead” agent, the character of Kim Otto - probably best described as a nervous train wreck filled with conspiracy theories. If I had to work with such a personality I’d be hard pressed to not shoot myself out of frustration of working with such a non-sensical person.
Sorry, but the whole series is bad. If you have no other way of getting over a long transatlantic flight or so - sure, go ahead. But only if you can tolerate morons. If not, you’ll get your skin crawling just by reading the idiotic dialogs and presumptions coming up on nearly every page.