Jack Reacher runs afoul of the FBI. Former Army personnel are being found dead and Jack is the FBI profilers’ perfect fit as the perpetrator.
Jack finds himself confused about what he really wants in life. Someone from his past appears unexpectedly and impacts his life immeasurably.
I like the intricate plots that Child crafts. There is plenty of head scratching when trying to figure out who really is the bad guy.
Reacher’s methodology changes very little in this book. He brings his brand of rough justice whether he is digging swimming pools or bouncing in a strip bar. He finds help when he needs it from people who he has helped in the past. Reacher epitomizes the old boy network in a rugged way.
As in all the Jack Reacher books I have read so far, there is non-stop action and lots of violence.
I enjoyed the book and I recommend the book.
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