Required Reading

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Friday, April 19, 2013

61 Hours by Lee Child





Jack Reacher, once again, is in the wrong place at the wrong time particularly for the forces of evil.  Jack finds himself going head to head with bikers, drug cartels and an older woman who may be as stubborn as he is.



I mentioned in my last Jack Reacher  review he epitomizes stubbornness and orneriness.   He is in the little town of Bolton, South Dakota in this tale.   I thought Jack showed a little more compassion in this book with his interaction with the aged librarian.   He shows his normal propensity for barely restrained violence with the bikers.  



Mis-understood by the local constabulary, Reacher displays his normal disdain for complicated solutions are falls back on his favorite reaction of thumping heads.  The book provides good solid action adventure.  The secrets of the community and the drug lord’s idiosyncrasies are simply hot sauce on the fries, providing a little more zest to the reading. 



I enjoyed the book and I recommend the book.





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