Worth Dying For

 worth dying for
\r Description \rWorth dying for “Jack Reacher is the coolest continuing series character now on offer.”-Stephen King, Entertainment Weekly

# 1 New York Times bestselling author Lee Child follows the electrifying 61 hours with his latest Reacher thriller, a story that hits the ground running and then accelerates all the way to a colossal showdown.
It is fatal problems in the corn country of Nebraska. . . and Jack Reacher goes right into it. First he falls in conflict with Duncan, a local clan that had frightened an entire county into submission. But it is the unsolved cases, a missing child, already decades old, as Reacher can not let go.
Duncan wants Reacher gone and it’s not just past the secrets they try to hide. They are waiting for a secret transportation already late and they have the type of customers not afford to annoy. For just as dangerous as Duncan is, they are just the bottom of a criminal food chain around the globe.
Reacher, it would have made much more sense to hold on, to put some distance between himself and the hard core problems bearing down on him.
Reacher, it was also impossible.
worth dying for is the type of explosive thriller only Lee Child could write and only Jack Reacher could survive-a heart-racing page-turner no power fan would miss Amazon’s best books in months, October 2010 . You’d think that after 14 novels featuring hardscrabble hero Jack Reacher, Lee Child, pulse-pounding series would begin to show signs of wear. It is nothing short of remarkable that children are not only able to continually reinvent his ex-military police, but that each installment is better than the last. worth dying for will find our battered hero hiding visible in a small town Nebraska, trying to recover from the disaster he left behind in South Dakota (no spoilers here, but readers are still arguing 61 hours ‘s cliffhanger ending). Fans rarely see such a physically vulnerable Reacher (in the first part of the book, he can barely lift his arms) but it just adds to his fist-pumping satisfaction of seeing our weary good guy taking on small-town evil. – Daphne Durham \r worth dying for

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