The events of 9/11 changed Jack Reacher's life in a practical way. In addition to his folding toothbrush he now needs to carry photo ID to get around. Yet he's still as close to untraceable as a human being in America can get. So when a member of his old Army unit manages to get a message to him, he knows it has to be serious
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"TheinvicibleReacher is asirresistibleas ever"
Sunday Telegraph||"Almost overnight, British author Lee Child created one of the world's most enduring andpopularfiction characters in Jack Reacher . . . Child is a greatstoryteller. . .
the reader never feels conned . . . Anothersure-fire hit"
Daily Mirror||"Jack Reacher has themanlinessofJohn Wayne, the coping skills ofJack Bauer, the fieldcraft of JohnRamboand thecoolnessofDirty Harry"
Sunday Times||"[Reacher] has long since gainedmythical status...storytelling of the highest order:lean, laconic, laced with tension"
Evening Standard||"Reacher is one of those characters who isadmiredby his male readers andlustedafter by his female ones in equal measure . . . Child'stough-as-nailsprotagonist has become one of the most appealing of contemporaryheroes"
You do not mess with Jack Reacher.
Heis as close to untraceable as a person can get. A loner comfortable in his anonymity and solitude. So when a member of his old Army unit finds a way to contact him, he knows this has to be serious.
You do not mess with the Special Investigators.
In the past the elite team always watched each other's backs. Now one of them has shown up dead in the California desert and six more are missing.
Reacher's old buddies are in big trouble, and he can't let that go.