Required Reading

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Sunday, April 26, 2015

Personal by Lee Child


Reacher is drawn into an international conspiracy by his debt of honor to a person from his military past.   Reacher's sniper skills and military service seem to make him the perfect fit to track down an assassin.

Casey Nice is Reacher's sidekick and she reminds him  of another young woman of the same age who Reacher feels he failed in the past.  Casey is an obvious psychological hook to snare Reacher and complicate his mission. 

As all of Child's work, the pace is frantic, the action bold and the results are old testament justice.   There are some twists to this story which will keep you interested to the very end.

Reacher's blunt response to threat or threats to those he cares about is, again, clearly demonstrated.

Once again I enjoyed the book and I recommend the book.

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