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Jack Reacher faces his most implacable enemy yet, in the double number one bestseller Lee Child.

Featuring Jack Reacher, hero of the new blockbuster movie starring Tom Cruise, as he faces his most implacable enemy yet.Suicide bombers are easy to spot.
They give out all kinds of tell-tale signs.There are twelve things to look for.No one who has worked in law enforcement will ever forget them.

New York City.The subway, two o'clock in the morning.
Jack Reacher studies his fellow passengers.Four are OK.The fifth isn't.
The train brakes for Grand Central Station.

Will Reacher intervene, and save lives?
Or is he wrong?Will his intervention cost lives - including his own?

Reviews

Has the switchback plotting and frictionless prose that are Child's trademarks... His lone-wolf habits and brusque, technophobic decodings of the world are always a pleasure

Guardian

Enhances his status as a mythic avenger... You'll be left with a thumping heart and a racing pulse but, be warned, Chapter 63 will give you nightmares

Evening Standard

Read this before you read any other new thriller, as the master of suspense and action is back on scorching form

Shortlist magazine

Lee Child's Jack Reacher books are among the most popular crime novels right now - they're good fun and super-tense...One of his best

Heat

So good at what he does... Much of the guilty pleasure delivered by Mr Child's books comes from their fine-tuned, obsessively deducted use of data... culminates in a blow-by-blow, stunningly well-choreographed showdown... effortlessly larger than life

The New York Times

Child's writing is both propulsive and remarkably error-free, and he's expert at ratcheting up the tension... the folks he deals with consistently underestimate him....You want to scream at them, 'This is Jack Reacher for pity's sake, he'll eat you for breakfast!' He will, you know, and that's why we keep coming back for more

Los Angeles Times

A real cracker that keeps the reader involved from start to finish

Edinburgh Evening News

One of the most suspenseful sequences Child has written yet... the kind of patriotic vigilante fantasy a lefty can love. There's no doubt Reacher is kicking butt for democracy

Newsday

Restless drifter Jack Reacher... invariably gets himself in to the kind of trouble that mkaes you wish Child's publisher printed his books on waterproof pages so you don't have to stop reading them after you've stayed up all night and have to take your morning shower. Child really is that good at heroic suspense writing

Philadelphia Inquirer

Reacher is [Raymond Chandler's] Marlowe's literary descendant, and a 21st-century knight - only tougher. This is the 13h book in Child's terrific series, and it's the most provocative and thrilling one yet... the summer's best thriller

Minneapolis Star-Tribune

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Also by Lee Child

No Middle Name
Night School
Killing Floor
Make Me
Echo Burning
Personal
Die Trying
The Enemy
The Visitor
Tripwire
Persuader
The Affair
A Wanted Man
Without Fail
Bad Luck And Trouble
61 Hours
The Hard Way
Never Go Back
Worth Dying For
Nothing To Lose
The Midnight Line
Jack Reacher: Never Go Back
Small Wars
Jack Reacher Omnibus: Killing Floor & Die Trying

Recommendations

Fool Me Once
Make Me
The Girl on the Train
The Snowman
The Curious Incident of the Dog In the Night-time
Bullseye
The Lying Game
The 7th Function of Language
The Handmaid's Tale
Two Nights
To Kill A Mockingbird
A Stranger in the House
The Child
Final Girls
Inferno
Fall
Cold Blood
A Gentleman in Moscow
The Accordionist
Best Laid Plans