Women who once worked for the military and who knew Jack Reacher are dying. How and why these women are in danger completely baffles the elite FBI team working the case. There is only one certainty: there is a new kind of killer out there, one so calm, cautious, and careful that even the brilliant Reacher is left running blind.Women who once worked for the military and who knew Jack Reacher are dying. How and why these women are in danger completely baffles the elite FBI team working the case. There is only one certainty: there is a new kind of killer out there, one so calm, cautious, and careful that even the brilliant Reacher is left running blind.Read Less
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Not the most action usually from Jack Reacher. It took mre almost 75% of the way before I hit the clue that made me get the answer. Good mystery.
Nov 2, 2013
My wife & I started listening to this series in order as they were written and this book, like the first 3. kept us as to who the killer was.
We have always gotten the unabridged books but book 5 we bought in the abridged version as sometimes, the repetition of the writing can get a little much.
All in all, we enjoyed the book very much.
Aug 9, 2012
Running Blind a Jack Reacher story
I am reading every one of Lee Child's thriller about the adventures of Jack Reacher.
Feb 11, 2011
Good book but with noteable discrepancies regarding the plot line. To divulge these errors would give away the plot and subplots to those who haven't read the book. Suffice to say that any reader who isn't involved in law enforcement [probably] will not notice the errors...
Mar 26, 2009
LEE CHILD HAS DONE IT AGAIN WITH ANOTHER JACK REACHER EXCEPTIONAL SAGA.
Publishers Weekly, 2000-06-26 Jack Reacher, the wandering folk hero of Child's superb line of thrillers (Tripwire, etc.), faces a baffling puzzle in his latest adventure: who is the exceptionally crafty villain murdering women across the country, leaving the naked bodies in their bathtubs (which are filled with army camouflage green paint), escaping the scenes and leaving no trace of evidence? The corpses show no cause of death and Reacher's sole clue is that all the victims thus far were sexually harassed while serving in the military. There's got to be some sort of grand scheme behind the killings, but with no physical evidence, FBI agents bumble around until they finally question Reacher, a former military cop who handled each of the dead women's harassment cases. After Reacher convinces investigators he's innocent, they?curiously?ask him to stay on as a case consultant. Reacher doesn't like the idea?he's too much of a lone wolf?but he has little choice. The feds threaten him and his girlfriend, high-powered Manhattan attorney Jodie Jacob, with all sorts of legal entanglements if he doesn't help. So Reacher joins the FBI team and immediately attacks the feds' approach, which is based solely on profiling. Then he breaks out on his own, pursuing enigmatic theories and hunches that lead him to a showdown with a truly surprising killer in a tiny village outside Portland, Ore. Some of the concluding elements to Child's fourth Reacher outing?how the killer gains access to the victims' homes, as well as the revelation of the elaborate MO?fall into place with disappointing convenience. Yet the book harbors two elements that separate it from the pack: a brain-teasing puzzle that gets put together piece by fascinating piece, and a central character with Robin Hood-like integrity and an engagingly eccentric approach to life. (Aug.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
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