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Tripwire : Jack Reacher Series, Book 3
by Lee Child and Johnathan McClain

Overview - Jack Reacher hunts the hunter in the third novel in Lee Child's New York Times– bestselling series.
Reacher's anonymity in Florida is shattered by an investigator who's come looking for him. But hours after his arrival, the stranger is murdered.
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Overview

Jack Reacher hunts the hunter in the third novel in Lee Child's New York Times–bestselling series.
Reacher's anonymity in Florida is shattered by an investigator who's come looking for him. But hours after his arrival, the stranger is murdered. Retracing the PI's trail back to New York, Reacher's compelled to find out who was looking for him and why. He never expected the reasons to be so personal—and twisted.

 
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  • Publisher: Penguin Random House Audio Publishing Gr
  • Date: Oct 2012
 
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Praise for

TRIPWIRE

"When you put a good villain together with a great hero like Jack Reacher . . . the result is a thriller good to the last drop. [Child] does a great job of balancing good and evil, and certainly Hobie ranks up there with some of the most memorable villains."

Orlando Sentinel

"Page for page, there's probably more fisticuffs in a Lee Child thriller than anywhere else."

Chicago Tribune

"Lee Child can write. His first novel, Killing Floor, won the Anthony and the Barry Awards for Best First Mystery. It's no wonder."

Arizona Daily Star

"[Reacher] is a character who deserves to be around for a long time."

Green Bay Press-Gazette

"Complex . . . Throughout this cross-country cat-and-mouse tale, the author's spare style reveals telling details: layers of intrigue, poignant moments, hideous crimes, and ingenious solutions."

BookPage

"A beaut . . . Reacher is a complex, contemplative brute. He's spellbinding whether kicking in doors or just kicking around a thought in his brain."

Publishers Weekly (starred review)

"A solid thriller that brings to mind the knight-errant adventures of John D. MacDonald's Travis McGee. Edgy, exciting reading."

Booklist

"Suspense fiction doesn't get much better than this."

Library Journal

"Lee Child continues his meteoric rise and mastery of suspense with Tripwire . . . a tightly-drawn and swift thriller."

—Michael Connelly

Praise for

LEE CHILD

"Reacher is a wonderfully epic hero: tough, taciturn, yet vulnerable."

People

"Great style and careful plotting . . . The violence is brutal . . . depicted with the kind of detail that builds dread and suspense."

The New York Times

"The author pens nightmarish images as casually as an ordinary writer would dot an 'i' or cross a 't.'"

The Philadelphia Inquirer

"[Child] must be channeling Dashiell Hammett . . . Reacher handles the maze of clues and the criminal unfortunates with a flair that would make Sam Spade proud."

Playboy

"Reacher is as tough as he is resourceful."

The Denver Post

"Child . . . gives us one of the truly memorable tough-guy heroes in recent fiction: Jack Reacher."

—Jeffery Deaver, author of The Bone Collector

"I love the larger-than-life hero Jack Reacher. I grew up a fan of John Wayne's and Clint Eastwood's movies, and it's great to see a man of their stature back in business."

—Nevada Barr

"Jack Reacher has presence and dimension—a man you definitely want on your side. Child has a sure touch and a strong voice. Definitely a talent to watch."

—Lynn S. Hightower

Praise for Lee Child's

JACK REACHER NOVELS

A People Magazine "Page-Turner"

An Anthony Award winner

A Barry Award winner

"It'll blow you away."

The Philadelphia Inquirer

"From its jolting opening scene to its fiery final confrontation, Killing Floor is irresistible."

People

"Tough, elegant, and thoughtful."

—Robert B. Parker

"A riveting thriller. It's a winner."

—Greg Iles

"Swift and brutal."

The New York Times

"Spectacular . . . muscular, energetic prose and pell-mell pacing."

The Seattle Times

"If Without Fail...

 
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