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[Collection] Jack Reacher Series - Lee Child (1-22 + Short stories)

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#1 Killing Floor
#2 Die Trying
#3 Tripwire
#4 Running Blind
#5 Echo Burning
#6 Without Fail
#7 Persuader
#8 The Enemy
#9 One Shot
#10 The Hard Way
#11 Bad Luck and Trouble
#12 Nothing to Lose
#13 Gone Tomorrow
#14 61 Hours
#15 Worth Dying For
#15.5 Second Son
#16 The Affair
#16.5 Deep Down
#17 A Wanted Man
#17.5 High Heat
#18 Never Go Back
#18.5 Not a Drill
#19 Personal
#19.5 Small Wars
#20 Make Me
#21 Night School
#22 The Midnight Line - expected publication 2017 (with thanks to Penprak)

- No Middle Name
- Killer year

Killing Floor (Jack Reacher#1)
Ex-military policeman JackReacher is a drifter. He's just passing through Margrave, Georgia, and in lessthan an hour, he's arrested for murder. Not much of a welcome. All Jack knowsis that he didn't kill anybody. At least not here. Not lately. But he doesn'tstand a chance of convincing anyone. not in Margrave, Georgia. Not a chance inhell.
Die Trying (Jack Reacher#2)
In a Chicago suburb, adentist is met in his office parking lot by three men and ordered into thetrunk of his Lexus. On a downtown sidewalk, Jack Reacher and an unknown womanare abducted in broad daylight by two men - practiced and confident - who stopthem at gunpoint and hustle them into the same sedan. Then Reacher and thewoman are switched into a second vehicle and hauled away, leaving the dentistbound and gagged inside his car with the woman's abandoned possessions, twogallons of gasoline. . . and a burning match. The FBI is desperate to rescuethe woman, a Special Agent from the Chicago office, because the FBI always -always - takes care of its own, and because this woman is not just anotheragent. Reacher and the woman join forces, against seemingly hopeless odds, tooutwit their captors and escape. But the FBI thinks Jack is one of thekidnappers - and when they close in, the Bureau snipers will be shooting tokill.
Jack Reacher, ex-military policeman relaxed in Key West untilCostello turned up dead. The amiable PI was hired in New York by the daughterof Reacher's mentor and former commanding officer, General Garber. Garber'sinvestigation into a Vietnam MIA sets Reacher on collision with hand-less"Hook" Hobie, hours away from his biggest score.

Running Blind (Jack Reacher#4)
Women are being murdered nationwide by a killer who leaves notrace of evidence, no fatal wounds, no signs of struggle, and no clues to anapparent motive. All the victims have one thing in common: they each knew JackReacher.

Echo Burning (Jack Reacher#5)
Jack Reacher returns in Lee Child's new "rip-roaringthriller" ("Denver Rocky Mountain News"). This time, he's ahitchhiker picked up by a troubled beauty. And what happens between them haseverybody talking.
"Smashingly suspenseful...Child builds tension tounbearable extremes."

Without Fail (Jack Reacher#6)
Skilled, cautious, and anonymous, Jack Reacher is perfect forthe job: to assassinate the vice president of the United States. Theoretically,of course. A female Secret Service agent wants Reacher to find the holes in hersystem, and fast - because a covert group already has the vice president in theirsights. They've planned well. There's just one thing they didn't plan on:Reacher.

Jack Reacher.
The ultimate loner.
An elite ex-military cop who left the service years ago, he'smoved from place to place...without family...without possessions...withoutcommitments.
And without fear. Which is good, because trouble--big,violent, complicated trouble--finds Reacher wherever he goes. And when troublefinds him, Reacher does not quit, not once...not ever.
But some unfinished business has now found Reacher. AndReacher is a man who hates unfinished business.
Ten years ago, a key investigation went sour and someone gotaway with murder. Now a chance encounter brings it all back. Now Reacher seeshis one last shot. Some would call it vengeance. Some would call it redemption.Reacher would call it...justice. "From the Hardcover edition."

Jack Reacher. Hero. Loner. Soldier. Soldier’s son. An elitemilitary cop, he was one of the army’s brightest stars. But in every cop’s lifethere is a turning point. One case. One messy, tangled case that can shatter acareer. Turn a lawman into a renegade. And make him question words like honor,valor, and duty. For Jack Reacher, this is that case.

New Year’s Day, 1990. The Berlin Wall is coming down. Theworld is changing. And in a North Carolina “hot-sheets” motel, a two-stargeneral is found dead. His briefcase is missing. Nobody knows what was in it.Within minutes Jack Reacher has his orders: Control the situation. But thissituation can’t be controlled. Within hours the general’s wife is murderedhundreds of miles away. Then the dominoes really start to fall.

Two Special Forces soldiers—the toughest of the tough—aretaken down, one at a time. Top military commanders are moved from place toplace in a bizarre game of chess. And somewhere inside the vast worldwidefortress that is the U.S. Army, Jack Reacher—an ordinarily untouchableinvestigator for the 110th Special Unit—is being set up as a fall guy with theworst enemies a man can have.

But Reacher won’t quit. He’s fighting a new kind of war. Andhe’s taking a young female lieutenant with him on a deadly hunt that leads themfrom the ragged edges of a rural army post to the winding streets of Paris to aconfrontation with an enemy he didn’t know he had. With his French-born motherdying—and divulging to her son one last, stunning secret—Reacher is forced to questioneverything he once believed…about his family, his career, his loyalties—andhimself. Because this soldier’s son is on his way into the darkness, where hefinds a tangled drama of desperate desires and violent death—and a conspiracymore chilling, ingenious, and treacherous than anyone could have guessed.

Six shots. Five dead. One heartland city thrown into a stateof terror. But within hours the cops have it solved: a slam-dunk case. Exceptfor one thing. The accused man says: You got the wrong guy. Then he says: GetReacher for me. And sure enough, from the world he lives in—no phone, noaddress, no commitments–ex–military investigator Jack Reacher is coming. In LeeChild’s astonishing new thriller, Reacher’s arrival will changeeverything—about a case that isn’t what it seems, about lives tangled in bafflingways, about a killer who missed one shot–and by doing so give Jack Reacher oneshot at the truth.…

The gunman worked from a parking structure just thirty yardsaway–point-blank range for a trained military sniper like James Barr. Hisvictims were in the wrong place at the wrong time. But why does Barr wantReacher at his side? There are good reasons why Reacher is the last person Barrwould want to see. But when Reacher hears Barr’s own words, he understands. Anda slam-dunk case explodes. Soon Reacher is teamed with a young defense lawyerwho is working against her D.A. father and dueling with a prosecution team thathas an explosive secret of its own. Like most things Reacher has known in life,this case is a complex battlefield. But, as always, in battle, Reacher is athis best.

Moving in the shadows, picking his spots, Reacher gets closerand closer to the unseen enemy who is pulling the strings. And for Reacher, theonly way to take him down is to know his ruthlessness and respect hiscunning–and then match him shot for shot…

The Hard Way (Jack Reacher#10)
In Lee Child's astonishing newthriller, ex-military cop Reacher sees more than most people would...andbecause of that, he's thrust into an explosive situation that's about to blowup in his face. For the only way to find the truth--and save two innocentlives--is to do it the way Jack Reacher does it best: the hard way....
Jack Reacher was alone, the way heliked it, soaking up the hot, electric New York City night, watching a mancross the street to a parked Mercedes and drive it away. The car contained onemillion dollars in ransom money. And Edward Lane, the man who paid it, will payeven more to get his family back. Lane runs a highly illegal soldiers-for-hireoperation. He will use any amount of money and any tool to find his beautifulwife and child. And then he'll turn Jack Reacher loose with avengeance--because Reacher is the best man hunter in the world.
On the trail of a vicious kidnapper, Reacher islearning the chilling secrets of his employer's past...and of a horrific dramain the heart of a nasty little war. He's beginning to realize that Edward Laneis hiding something. Something dirty. Something big. But Reacher also knowsthis: he's already in way too deep to stop now.

Bad Luck and Trouble (Jack Reacher#11)
From a helicopter high above the empty California desert, aman is sent free-falling into the night…. In Chicago, a woman learns that anelite team of ex–army investigators is being hunted down one by one.... And onthe streets of Portland, Jack Reacher—soldier, cop, hero—is pulled out of hiswandering life by a code that few other people could understand. From the firstshocking scenes in Lee Child’s explosive new novel, Jack Reacher is plungedlike a knife into the heart of a conspiracy that is killing old friends…and ison its way to something even worse.

A decade postmilitary, Reacher has an ATM card and theclothes on his back—no phone, no ties, and no address. But now a woman from hisold unit has done the impossible. From Chicago, Frances Neagley finds Reacher,using a signal only the eight members of their elite team of army investigatorswould know. She tells him a terrifying story—about the brutal death of a manthey both served with. Soon Reacher is reuniting with the survivors of his oldteam, scrambling to raise the living, bury the dead, and connect the dots in amystery that is growing darker by the day. The deeper they dig, the more theydon’ t know: about two other comrades who have suddenly gone missing—and atrail that leads into the neon of Vegas and the darkness of internationalterrorism.

For now, Reacher can only react. To every sound. Everysuspicion. Every scent and every moment. Then Reacher will trust the people heonce trusted with his life—and take this thing all the way to the end. Becausein a world of bad luck and trouble, when someone targets Jack Reacher and histeam, they’d better be ready for what comes right back at them…

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Here Is #22 Of Jack Reacher Series.

Reacher takes a stroll through a small Wisconsin town and sees a class ring in a pawn shop window: West Point 2005. A tough year to graduate: Iraq, then Afghanistan. The ring is tiny, for a woman, and it has her initials engraved on the inside. Reacher wonders what unlucky circumstance made her give up something she earned over four hard years. He decides to find out. And find the woman. And return her ring. Why not?

So begins a harrowing journey that takes Reacher through the upper Midwest, from a lowlife bar on the sad side of small town to a dirt-blown crossroads in the middle of nowhere, encountering bikers, cops, crooks, muscle, and a missing persons PI who wears a suit and a tie in the Wyoming wilderness.

The deeper Reacher digs, and the more he learns, the more dangerous the terrain becomes. Turns out the ring was just a small link in a far darker chain. Powerful forces are guarding a vast criminal enterprise. Some lines should never be crossed. But then, neither should Reacher.

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Nothing to Lose (Jack Reacher #12)
by Lee Child

Two lonely towns in Colorado: Hope and Despair. Between them, twelve miles of empty road. Jack Reacher never turns back. It's not in his nature. All he wants is a cup of coffee. What he gets is big trouble. So in Lee Child’s electrifying new novel, Reacher—a man with no fear, no illusions, and nothing to lose—goes to war against a town that not only wants him gone, it wants him dead.
It wasn’t the welcome Reacher expected. He was just passing through, minding his own business. But within minutes of his arrival a deputy is in the hospital and Reacher is back in Hope, setting up a base of operations against Despair, where a huge, seething walled-off industrial site does something nobody is supposed to see . . . where a small plane takes off every night and returns seven hours later . . . where a garrison of well-trained and well-armed military cops—the kind of soldiers Reacher once commanded—waits and watches . . . where above all two young men have disappeared and two frightened young women wait and hope for their return.

Joining forces with a beautiful cop who runs Hope with a cool hand, Reacher goes up against Despair—against the deputies who try to break him and the rich man who tries to scare him—and starts to crack open the secrets, starts to expose the terrifying connection to a distant war that’s killing Americans by the thousand.

Now, between a town and the man who owns it, between Reacher and his conscience, something has to give. And Reacher never gives an inch.

Gone Tomorrow (Jack Reacher #13)
by Lee Child

Suicide bombers are easy to spot. They give out all kinds of tell-tale signs. Mostly because they're nervous. By definition they're all first-timers.

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?

Worth Dying For (Jack Reacher #15)
by Lee Child

“Don’t pick up [this] Jack Reacher novel if you don’t have some time on your hands, because Worth Dying For is difficult to put down. . . . Child manages to get an amazing amount of suspense into the novel.”—Associated Press

There’s deadly trouble in the corn county of Nebraska . . . and Jack Reacher walks right into it. First he falls foul of the Duncans, a local clan that has terrified an entire county into submission. But it’s the unsolved, decades-old case of a missing child that Reacher can’t let go.

The Duncans want Reacher gone—and it’s not just past secrets they’re trying to hide. For as dangerous as the Duncans are, they’re just the bottom of a criminal food chain stretching halfway around the world. For Reacher, it would have made much more sense to put some distance between himself and the hard-core trouble that’s bearing down on him. For Reacher, that was also impossible.

BONUS: This edition contains an excerpt from Lee Child's The Affair.

“A model of suspenseful storytelling and an outstanding addition to a series that stands in the front rank of modern thrillers.”—The Washington Post

Second Son (Jack Reacher #15.5)
by Lee Child

Ever wondered what early experiences shaped Reacher's explosive career as butt-kicker supreme the one-man guided-missile battler for justice? This short story features an incident in Jack's teen years as the youngest son of a tough career US Marine on a faraway military base in the Pacific.

The Affair (Jack Reacher #16)
by Lee Child

March 1997. A woman has her throat cut behind a bar in Carter Crossing, Mississippi. Just down the road is a big army base. Is the murderer a local guy - or is he a soldier?

Jack Reacher, still a major in the military police, is sent in undercover. The county sheriff is a former US Marine - and a stunningly beautiful woman. Her investigation is going nowhere. Is the Pentagon stonewalling her? Or doesn't she really want to find the killer?

The adrenaline-pumping, high-voltage action in The Affair is set just six months before the opening of Killing Floor, and it marks a turning point in Reacher's career. If he does what the army wants, will he be able to live with himself? And if he doesn't, will the army be able to live with him?

Is this his last case in uniform?

Deep Down (Jack Reacher #16.5)
by Lee Child

Summoned by Military Intelligence to Washington, D.C., Reacher is sent undercover. The assignment that awaits him: The army is meeting with its Capitol Hill paymasters for classified talks on a new, state-of-the-art sniper rifle for U.S. forces. But vital details about the weapon are leaking—straight from the Capitol and probably into the hands of unidentified foreign arms dealers. The prospect of any and every terrorist, mercenary, or dictator’s militia getting their hands on the latest superior firepower is unthinkable. That’s where Reacher comes in. His task: infiltrate the top-secret proceedings and smoke out the mole. His target: a quartet of high-powered Army political liaison officers—all of them fast-track women on their way to the top.

According to his bosses, it’s a zero-danger mission. No need to draw a gun . . . just chat over drinks. But Reacher knows that things are rarely what they seem. And he’s learned the hard way never to underestimate an opponent. Or four. Lessons that will come in handy when he starts digging for the truth—and gets his hands a lot dirtier than he expected.

A Wanted Man (Jack Reacher #17)
by Lee Child

Four people in a car, hoping to make Chicago by morning. One man driving, eyes on the road. Another man next to him, telling stories that don’t add up. A woman in the back, silent and worried. And next to her, a huge man with a broken nose, hitching a ride east to Virginia.
An hour behind them, a man lies stabbed to death in an old pumping station. He was seen going in with two others, but he never came out. He has been executed, the knife work professional, the killers vanished. Within minutes, the police are notified. Within hours, the FBI descends, laying claim to the victim without ever saying who he was or why he was there.

All Reacher wanted was a ride to Virginia. All he did was stick out his thumb. But he soon discovers he has hitched more than a ride. He has tied himself to a massive conspiracy that makes him a threat—to both sides at once.

In Lee Child’s white-hot thriller, nothing is what it seems, and nobody is telling the truth. As the tension rises, the twists come fast and furious, keeping readers guessing and gasping until the explosive finale.

High Heat (Jack Reacher #17.5)
by Lee Child

Thriller master Lee Child returns with an exclusive eBook short story. In the midst of a savage heat wave and an infamous murder spree, a blackout awakens the dark side of the city that never sleeps—and a young Jack Reacher takes action as only he can.

Don’t miss the exciting preview of Lee Child’s highly anticipated Jack Reacher novel, Never Go Back!

July 1977. Jack Reacher is almost seventeen, and he stops in New York City on the way to visit his brother at West Point. The summer heat is suffocating, the city is bankrupt, and the mad gunman known as Son of Sam is still on the loose. Reacher meets a woman with a problem, and agrees to help her . . . but then the power grid fails and the lights go out, plunging the lawless city into chaos. What does a visiting teenager do in the dark? If that visiting teenager is Jack Reacher, the answer is plenty.

Never Go Back (Jack Reacher #18)
by Lee Child

After an epic and interrupted journey all the way from the snows of South Dakota, Jack Reacher has finally made it to Virginia. His destination: a sturdy stone building a short bus ride from Washington D.C., the headquarters of his old unit, the 110th MP. It was the closest thing to a home he ever had.
Why? He wants to meet the new commanding officer, Major Susan Turner. He liked her voice on the phone. But the officer sitting behind Reacher’s old desk isn't a woman. Why is Susan Turner not there?

What Reacher doesn’t expect is what comes next. He himself is in big trouble, accused of a sixteen-year-old homicide. And he certainly doesn't expect to hear these words: ‘You’re back in the army, Major. And your ass is mine.’

Will he be sorry he went back? Or – will someone else?

Not a Drill (Jack Reacher #18.5)
by Lee Child

In this short story from Lee Child, Jack Reacher is again on the move. But even a pleasant hike on a beautiful summer day turns into a walk on the wild side . . . and perhaps something far more sinister.

Jack Reacher is on the road, hitching a ride with some earnest young Canadians who are planning a hike through some of the last unspoiled wilderness in North America in the dense forests of Maine. They part ways after sharing a hot meal, and Reacher checks out a quiet town surrounded by countryside serene enough to cool even his raging wanderlust. But not for long. First the trail is suddenly and inexplicably closed. Then the military police show up in force. Maybe it's a drill. Or maybe it's trouble—the kind of trouble that always finds Reacher, no matter how far he travels off the beaten path.

Personal (Jack Reacher #19)
by Lee Child

You can leave the army, but the army doesn’t leave you. Not always. Not completely, notes Jack Reacher—and sure enough, the retired military cop is soon pulled back into service. This time, for the State Department and the CIA.
Someone has taken a shot at the president of France in the City of Light. The bullet was American. The distance between the gunman and the target was exceptional. How many snipers can shoot from three-quarters of a mile with total confidence? Very few, but John Kott—an American marksman gone bad—is one of them. And after fifteen years in prison, he’s out, unaccounted for, and likely drawing a bead on a G8 summit packed with enough world leaders to tempt any assassin.

If anyone can stop Kott, it’s the man who beat him before: Reacher. And though he’d rather work alone, Reacher is teamed with Casey Nice, a rookie analyst who keeps her cool with Zoloft. But they’re facing a rough road, full of ruthless mobsters, Serbian thugs, close calls, double-crosses—and no backup if they’re caught. All the while Reacher can’t stop thinking about the woman he once failed to save. But he won’t let that that happen again. Not this time. Not Nice.

Reacher never gets too close. But now a killer is making it personal.

Small Wars (Jack Reacher #19.5)
by Lee Child

A young lieutenant colonel, in a stylish handmade uniform, roars through the damp woods of Georgia in her new silver Porsche - until she meets a very tall soldier with a broken-down car.

What could connect a cold-blooded off-post shooting with Reacher, his elder brother Joe, and a secretive unit of pointy-heads from the Pentagon?

Make Me (Jack Reacher #20)
by Lee Child

“Why is this town called Mother’s Rest?” That’s all Reacher wants to know. But no one will tell him. It’s a tiny place hidden in a thousand square miles of wheat fields, with a railroad stop, and sullen and watchful people, and a worried woman named Michelle Chang, who mistakes him for someone else: her missing partner in a private investigation she thinks must have started small and then turned lethal.

Reacher has no particular place to go, and all the time in the world to get there, and there’s something about Chang . . . so he teams up with her and starts to ask around. He thinks: How bad can this thing be? But before long he’s plunged into a desperate race through LA, Chicago, Phoenix, and San Francisco, and through the hidden parts of the internet, up against thugs and assassins every step of the way—right back to where he started, in Mother’s Rest, where he must confront the worst nightmare he could imagine.

Walking away would have been easier. But as always, Reacher’s rule is: If you want me to stop, you’re going to have to make me.

Night School (Jack Reacher #21)
by Lee Child

It’s 1996, and Reacher is still in the army. In the morning they give him a medal, and in the afternoon they send him back to school. That night he’s off the grid. Out of sight, out of mind.

Two other men are in the classroom—an FBI agent and a CIA analyst. Each is a first-rate operator, each is fresh off a big win, and each is wondering what the hell they are doing there.

Then they find out: A Jihadist sleeper cell in Hamburg, Germany, has received an unexpected visitor—a Saudi courier, seeking safe haven while waiting to rendezvous with persons unknown. A CIA asset, undercover inside the cell, has overheard the courier whisper a chilling message: “The American wants a hundred million dollars.”

For what? And who from? Reacher and his two new friends are told to find the American. Reacher recruits the best soldier he has ever worked with: Sergeant Frances Neagley. Their mission heats up in more ways than one, while always keeping their eyes on the prize: If they don’t get their man, the world will suffer an epic act of terrorism.

From Langley to Hamburg, Jalalabad to Kiev, Night School moves like a bullet through a treacherous landscape of double crosses, faked identities, and new and terrible enemies, as Reacher maneuvers inside the game and outside the law.

The Midnight Line (Jack Reacher #22)
by Lee Child

Jack Reacher takes an aimless stroll past a pawn shop in a small Midwestern town. In the window he sees a West Point class ring from 2005. It’s tiny. It’s a woman cadet’s graduation present to herself. Why would she give it up? Reacher’s a West Pointer too, and he knows what she went through to get it.

Reacher tracks the ring back to its owner, step by step, down a criminal trail leading west. Like Big Foot come out of the forest, he arrives in the deserted wilds of Wyoming. All he wants is to find the woman. If she’s OK, he’ll walk away. If she’s not … he’ll stop at nothing.

He’s still shaken by the recent horrors of Make Me, and now The Midnight Line sees him set on a raw and elemental quest for simple justice. Best advice: don’t get in his way.

No Middle Name: The Complete Collected Jack Reacher Short Stories (Jack Reacher)
by Lee Child

Get ready for the ultimate Jack Reacher reading experience. No Middle Name includes eleven previously published stories and a thrilling new novella. This pulse-pounding collection marks the first time that all of Lee Child’s short fiction starring Reacher has been available in the same place at the same time.
No Middle Name begins with Too Much Time, a brand-new work of short fiction that finds Reacher in a hollowed-out town in Maine, where he witnesses a random bag-snatching but sees much more than a simple crime—a fact that could prove fatal.
Small Wars takes readers back to 1989, when Reacher is an MP assigned to solve the brutal murder of a young officer found along an isolated forest road in Georgia—and whose killer may be hiding in plain sight.

In Not a Drill, Reacher tries to take some down time, but a pleasant hike in Maine turns into a walk on the wild side—and perhaps something far more sinister.

High Heat time hops to 1977, when Reacher is a teenager in sweltering New York City during a sudden blackout that awakens the dark side of the city that never sleeps.

Okinawa is the setting of Second Son, which reveals the pivotal moment when young Reacher’s sharp “lizard brain” becomes just as important as his muscle.

In Deep Down, Reacher tracks down a spy by matching wits with four formidable females—three of which are clean, but the fourth may prove fatal.

Rounding out the collection are Guy Walks into a Bar, James Penney’s New Identity, Everyone Talks, The Picture of the Lonely Diner, Maybe They Have a Tradition, and No Room at the Motel.

No suitcase. No destination. No middle name. No matter how far Reacher travels off the beaten path, trouble always finds him. Feel bad for trouble.

Killer Year: A Criminal Anthology
by Lee Child

Killer Year is a group of 13 debut crime/mystery/suspense authors whose books will be published in 2007. The graduating class includes such rising stars as Robert Gregory Browne, Toni McGee Causey, Marcus Sakey, Derek Nikitas, Marc Lecard, JT Ellison, Brett Battles, Jason Pinter, Bill Cameron, Sean Chercover, Patry Francis, Gregg Olsen, and David White. Each of the short stories displaying their talents are introduced by their Killer Year mentors, some of which include bestselling authors Lee Child, Tess Gerritsen and Jeffrey Deaver, with additional stories by Ken Bruen, Allison Brennan and Duane Swierczynski. Bestselling authors Laura Lippman and MJ Rose contribute insightful essays. Inside you'll read about a small time crook in over his head, a story told backwards with a heroine not to be messed with, a tale of boys and the trouble they will get into over a girl, and many more stories of the highest caliber in murder, mayhem, and sheer entertainment. This amazing anthology, edited by the grandmaster Lee Child, is sure to garner lots of attention and keep readers coming back for more.


Introduction by by Lee Child
The class of co-opetition by by M. J. Rose
Perfect gentleman by by Brett Battles
Killing justice by by Allison Brennan
Bottom deal by by Robert Gregory Brown
Time of the green by by Ken Bruen
Slice of pie by by Bill Cameron
A failure to communicate by by Toni McGee Causey
One serving of bad luck by by Sean Chercover
Prodigal me by by J. T. Ellison
The only word I know in Spanish by by Patry Francis
Teardown by by Marc Lecard
Runaway by by Derek Nikitas
The crime of my life by by Gregg Olsen
The point guard by by Jason Pinter
Gravity and need by by Marcus Sakey
Death runs faster by by Duane Swierczynski
Righteous son by by Dave White
Coda by by Laura Lippman
The travellin' show by Douglas Hutcheson
Edison's dead men by Ed Turner

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Edited by penprak at 11-9-2017 06:52 PM

Here Are Two Books Edited By Lee Child.

Eleven of the world’s best female thriller writers from Diana Gabaldon to Charlaine Harris are paired with eleven of the world’s best male thriller writers, including John Sandford, C.J. Box, and Nelson DeMille. The stories are edited by #1 New York Times bestselling author Lee Child and feature:

Featuring twenty of the year's standout crime short stories handpicked by one of the world's best thriller writers, Best American Mystery Stories 2010 showcases not only the very best of the crime genre, but the best of American writing full stop. Within its pages, literary legends rub shoulders with the hottest new talent. Contributors in the past have included James Lee Burke, Jeffrey Deaver, Michael Connelly, Alice Munro and Joyce Carol Oates. This year's guest editor is Lee Child, the creator of Jack Reacher and a simultaneous bestseller on both sides of the Atlantic.

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Edited by Rhett Bassard at 11-3-2018 11:49 AM

"Jack Reacher's Rules"
Published 01 JAN 2012, 160 pgs

Jack Reacher's Rules is the ultimate fan's guide to the World of Reacher! Featuring selections from all seventeen electrifying Jack Reacher novels and an introduction from Lee Child himself, this one-of-a-kind book compiles timeless advice from maverick former army cop Jack Reacher, the hero of Lee Child's blockbuster thrillers and now the star of a major motion picture.

My name is Jack Reacher.
No middle name, no address.
I've got a rule: People mess with me at their own risk.
You don't have to break the rules if you make the rules. Case in point: Jack Reacher, the two-fisted, quick-witted, "current poster-boy of American crime fiction" (Los Angeles Times). The brainchild of #1 New York Times bestselling author Lee Child, Reacher is a freelance troubleshooter with a mysterious past—and a serious passion for justice.  Now the hard-won knowledge and hard-hitting strategies of fiction's toughest tough guy are within every thriller reader's reach—in a rapid-fire rundown of the trade secrets, tried-and-true tricks, and time-honored tactics that separate the man in the street from the man to beat.
Rule 1. When in doubt, drink coffee.
Rule 2. Never volunteer for anything.
Rule 3. Don't break the furniture.
Rule 4. Only one woman at a time.
Rule 5. Show them what they're messing with.

Please note: Jack Reacher's Rules is a compilation of advice, wisdom, and facts from the Jack Reacher series of novels by #1 New York Times bestselling author Lee Child. It features an introduction by Lee Child, but is not a Jack Reacher novel.

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Here Is #19.1 Of The Series.

Jack Reacher and Nick Heller—team up for the first time ever.
When Jack Reacher sits down to watch a baseball game at a Boston bar, he has no way of knowing what kind of trouble is about to walk in the door—and not just because he’s a Yankees fan in a Red Sox town.

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