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Lee Child


Books by Lee Child
The Visitor by Lee ChildThe Visitor by Lee Child
Sergeant Amy Callan and Lieutenant Caroline Cook had a lot in common. Both high flying army women, both victims of sexual harassment, they left the army under dubious circumstances. Both are now dead, Read More...
Pages: 512

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The Enemy by Lee ChildThe Enemy by Lee Child
Lee Child's new stomach-churning, palm-sweating thriller turns back the clock to Jack Reacher's army days. For the first time we meet a younger Reacher, a Reacher not yet disillusioned with military life. Read More...
Pages: 560

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Gone Tomorrow by Lee ChildGone Tomorrow by Lee Child
Jack Reacher faces his most implacable enemy yet, in the new thriller by the double no.1 bestseller Lee Child.

Suicide bombers are easy to spot. They give out all kinds of tell-tale signs. Mostly Read More...
Pages: 560

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Die Trying by Lee ChildDie Trying by Lee Child
When a woman is kidnapped, Jack Reacher's in the wrong place at the wrong time. He's kidnapped with her. Handcuffed together and racing across America toward an unknown destination, they're at the mercy Read More...
Pages: 434

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Die Trying by Lee ChildDie Trying by Lee Child
A Chicago street in bright sunshine, Jack Reacher, is strolling nowhere and sees an attractive young woman, struggling on crutches. Naturally, he stops to offer her a steadying arm. And then he turns around Read More...
Pages: 548

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61 Hours by Lee Child61 Hours by Lee Child
GET READY FOR THE MOST EXCITING COUNT-DOWN OF YOUR LIFE HOUR # SIXTY-ONE Icy winter in South Dakota. A bus skids and crashes in a gathering storm. On the back seat: Jack Reacher, hitching a ride to nowhere. Read More...
Pages: 496

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