Gone Tomorrow: (Jack Reacher 13)

Gone Tomorrow: (Jack Reacher 13)

Paperback Jack Reacher

By (author) Lee Child

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Featuring Jack Reacher, hero of the new blockbuster movie starring Tom Cruise, as he faces his most implacable enemy yet. Suicide bombers are easy to spot. They give out all kinds of tell-tale signs.There are twelve things to look for.No one who has worked in law enforcement will ever forget them. New York City.The subway, two o'clock in the morning. Jack Reacher studies his fellow passengers.Four are OK.The fifth isn't. The train brakes for Grand Central Station. Will Reacher intervene, and save lives? Or is he wrong?Will his intervention cost lives - including his own?

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Lee Child is British, but after he was made redundant from his job in television, he moved with his family from Cumbria to the United States to start a new career as a writer of American thrillers. He now divides his time between France and New York. All his novels feature the maverick Jack Reacher, and all have been international bestsellers.

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"Has the switchback plotting and frictionless prose that are Child's trademarks... His lone-wolf habits and brusque, technophobic decodings of the world are always a pleasure" Guardian "Enhances his status as a mythic avenger... You'll be left with a thumping heart and a racing pulse but, be warned, Chapter 63 will give you nightmares" Evening Standard "Read this before you read any other new thriller, as the master of suspense and action is back on scorching form" Shortlist magazine "Lee Child's Jack Reacher books are among the most popular crime novels right now - they're good fun and super-tense...One of his best" Heat "So good at what he does... Much of the guilty pleasure delivered by Mr Child's books comes from their fine-tuned, obsessively deducted use of data... culminates in a blow-by-blow, stunningly well-choreographed showdown... effortlessly larger than life" The New York Times