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ISBN: 0593043693 / ISBN-13: 9780593043691

Die Trying


On a Chicago street in bright sunshine, Jack Reacher, is strolling nowhere and sees an attractive young woman, struggling on crutches. Naturally, he ... Show synopsis

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  • Die Trying (Bantam Press) – Mass-market paperback (1998)
    by Lee Child

    Die Trying
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    Mass-market paperback, Bantam Press
    416 pages

    ISBN: 0593043693
    ISBN-13: 9780593043691

    Jack Reacher, a military cop turned doorman at a blues club, is strolling down the street when he stops to help a young woman on crutches with an armful of dry-cleaning. He stumbles into a violent kidnapping and must decide who is the biggest threat: his captor militia men, or the feisty FBI agent.

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Reviews of Die Trying

Overall customer rating: 4.667

Good read

by purlandknit on Mar 17, 2014

Enjoyed this book. Another great Jack Reacher story.

jeffrey  h

Die Trying

by jeffrey h on Sep 12, 2013

Haven't read it yet, but I enjoyed the first one quite a bit so I'm assuming this will be another 5 star read.

Kenneth  R

Jack Reacher Esseential Background

by Kenneth R on Jul 12, 2013

Became interested after the movie this past Christmas (Tom Cruse as Jack Reacher). Reading all the books now. Each one exposes a little more of Reacher's background, characteristics, talents, motivation, circle of friends etc.. No bad Reacher books!


Die Trying--Jack Reacher Novel

by Patricia on Aug 9, 2012

Another good Jack Reacher adventure by Lee Child. I plan to read every one.


"I was going to make it or die trying." J. Johnson

by RandyLarkin on Jan 24, 2010

Jack Reacher helps a woman with a cain as she's having difficulty putting her dry cleaning into her car. Three men approach with guns drawn, they abduct the woman and take Reacher also. They carry the prisoners to their enclave in Montana where they have a community of people who have certain intentions against the govenrment. The woman, FBI agent, Holly Johnson, is meant to be a bargaining chip with the government. Reacher shows his many talents in this second installment of his stories. He's intelligent and highly analytical. He seems to be able to forsee what the men are planning before they act. He is also the lone man against seemingly insurmountable odds. He also shows his human side and develops a fondness for Holly. His compassion and strength are two of the reasons why readers enjoy Reacher as a character and sympathise with his actions. The story had lots of action and the plot was logically laid out. The author provided a few twists and surprises that made it even more of a fun read. This was the second time I have read this novel and enjoyed it once again.

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