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Nothing To Lose


Two small towns in Colorado: Hope and Despair. Between them, nothing but twelve miles of empty road. Jack Reacher can't find a ride, so he walks. All ... Show synopsis

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Overall customer rating: 4.000
simon r

sold as described

by simon r on Apr 11, 2013

I was happy with the book and it arrived on time and in the state it was described

Michael J P

Jack Reacher would be proud

by Michael J P on Mar 21, 2013

and I'm proud to have discovered this Alibris bookstore. Will not hesitate to order any other books from them.

Thomas Y

The Best

by Thomas Y on Aug 26, 2010

Who needs BoardersI'Ill never have to shop there again


Nothing to Worry About

by DowninginReading on Aug 6, 2009

When you read about Reacher, you don't feel tension about his survival---you know that what ever happens he will deal with it. Maybe an ancillary character will get bruised or even killed off, but mainly it is the bad guys who get broken up. Finding out how Child gets his man out of the pickle, and finding the inside dope on how some things work is part of the fun, as is watching the quirky plot unfold. The Nobel Prize Committee members probably read Reacher, they just won't admit it, He is much too enjoyable to pass up.


Feel like you know him.

by Robstan on Jan 15, 2009

The world of Jack Reacher builds with each book and keeps your interest right to the last page. Yes, he is arrogant and seems to write his own laws at times, but that said, he is always on the side of right. I don't want to be "Reacher" because I couldn't live like that, but I do want his brain for working out situations. I dread the day when there will be no more "Reacher" books to read.

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Help me find a Jack Reacher replacement!

I've read all of the Jack Reacher books in print (61 Hours is the last one of the series, as I write this), and I'm a total fan of Lee Childs and his tough-guy hero, Jack Reacher. If you're also a fan, have you read a similar series whose here is smart and tough, and whose stories are just as compelling ... Read more

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