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. Riding the subway in New York at two o'clock in the morning, Reacher knows the twelve giveaway signs to look out for. Watching one of his fellow-passengers, he becomes sharply aware: one by one, she ...Read MoreSuicide 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. Riding the subway in New York at two o'clock in the morning, Reacher knows the twelve giveaway signs to look out for. Watching one of his fellow-passengers, he becomes sharply aware: one by one, she ticks off every bulletpoint on his list. So begins the new heartstopping new thriller starring today's most admired action hero, the gallant and enigmatic loner Jack Reacher.Read Less
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Dec 20, 2012
As with all the Jack Reacher novels it is fast paced and interesting.
May 4, 2012
Great Jack Reacher novel
I have really gotten into reading the Jack Reacher series by Lee Child. All the books are fast-paced, exciting thrillers. This one was especially interesting and the reader ends up finding out many unexpected things about the characters. This one was impossible to "figure out" ahead of time. Although, I realize some sharp reader may do just that. Excellent read.
Aug 12, 2010
lots of action a good read highly recommmend this book
Jul 16, 2009
If you like Jack Reacher books, this is a fine one.
Publishers Weekly, 2009-03-02 All good thriller writers know how to build suspense and keep the pages turning, but only better ones deliver tight plots as well, and only the best allow the reader to match wits with both the hero and the author. Bestseller Child does all of that in spades in his 13th Jack Reacher adventure (after Nothing to Lose). Early one morning on a nearly empty Manhattan subway car, the former army MP notices a woman passenger he suspects is a suicide bomber. The deadly result of his confronting her puts him on a trail leading back to the Soviet war in Afghanistan in the 1980s and forward to the war on terrorism. Reacher finds a bit of help among the authorities demanding answers from him, like the NYPD and the FBI, as well as threats and intimidation. And then there are the real bad guys that the old pro must track down and eliminate. Child sets things up subtly and ingeniously, then lets Reacher use both strength and guile to find his way to the exciting climax. (May) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
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