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Killing floor
Lee Child
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Avatar for nitetrain nitetrain said:
This is not one of my favorite Reacher stories. Lots of sadness overall and I don’t do well with that. Neither does Lee Child on this one of my lowest rated Jack Reacher novels 5 of 10 stars
posted Apr 17, 2011 at 2:46AM
Larryw said:
This is the introduction of Jack Reacher and it belongs right up there with the most ridiculous characters you could ever come up with. What I liked about it was that no real thinking is required to appreciate Jack Reacher. Lee Child knows his television audiences well. We will put with anything just so long as it does require thinking.
posted Mar 10, 2013 at 1:41PM
long lake library staff said:
First book of the Jack Reacher series. Very good. Not for children. Besides the violent way Jack settles "problems", he also has a mature relationship with a local cop. I read this because of the Tom Cruise movie, and while Tom doesn't match Lee's description of Jack Reacher,(6'5"- 250 lb. w/ blonde hair) he did have the right mindset. Jack solves and avenges his brother's murder.
posted May 4, 2013 at 11:19AM
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Age: 30s
Former military policeman; passing through Margrave, Georgia, when he is arrested for murder; discovers his brother, a brilliant U.S. Treasury agent has been murdered.

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