No middle name : the complete collected Jack Reacher short stories
"A collection of pulse-pounding Jack Reacher stories--one never-before-seen novella, plus eleven others collected for the first time in print--each with original introductions from the twelve-time #1 New York Times bestselling author"-- Provided by publisher.
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- 9780399593574 (hardcover)
Edition: First edition.
Description: 418 pages ; 22 cm.
- Too much time
- Second son
- High heat
- Deep down
- Small wars
- James Penney's new identity
- Everyone talks
- Not a drill
- Maybe they have a tradition
- Guy walks into a bar
- No room at the motel
- The picture of the lonely diner.
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Jack Reacher and John Rain are loners with strong moral codes that may override their assignments. Both series feature stylish writing, noir atmosphere, complex plots, detailed action, and a strong sense of place. Unlike Reacher, Rain is a paid assassin. -- Katherine Johnson
For readers who enjoy dramatic tales in which a hero-type protagonist brings about justice through any means necessary, try the Jack Reacher Novels or the Earl Swagger Novels. These stories are complexly plotted, elegantly written, atmospheric, and sweeping in their scope. -- Rebecca Sigmon
Fans of gritty, violent stories featuring a battle-scarred hero with a good heart may find these two series equally riveting; they also both feature powerful, descriptive writing. -- Shauna Griffin
Both the John Puller and Jack Reacher series feature loner heroes with military training who operate under personal moral codes and effect justice through step-by-step plans. A compelling, page-turning pace; an edgy atmosphere; violence; and provocative issues drive these suspenseful series. -- Joyce Saricks
The Jack Reacher and the Billy Bob Holland novels are bleak, introspective series in which violence frequently intrudes. The former are faster-paced suspense stories, while the latter are straightforward mysteries that intertwine fast-paced action scenes with slower, lyrically written sections. -- Krista Biggs
These fast-paced tales feature murder, conspiracy, and plenty of nail-biting suspense. Featuring strong male protagonists, both plot-driven series are compelling and action-packed, with the Jack Reacher novels being the more violent of the two. -- Mike Nilsson
Hard boiled protagonists (Sam Capra is ex-CIA and Jack Reacher is a former military police officer) solve crimes and protect people in these fast-paced suspense series. The Jack Reacher novels are more violent than the Sam Capra novels. -- Kaitlyn Moore
Jack Reacher and Harry Bosch are loners who administer justice without regard for regulations (though Bosch works for the police). The heroes have military backgrounds, keen intelligence, and obscure pasts. These series also feature detailed description and a noir atmosphere. -- Katherine Johnson
For readers who enjoy dramatic tales in which a hero-type protagonist brings about justice through any means necessary, try the Jack Reacher Novels or the Bob Lee Swagger Novels. These complex plots are elegantly written, atmospheric, and sweeping in their scope. -- Rebecca Sigmon
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