Jack Reacher (One Shot)
Film Tie-In edition of One Shot, Lee Child's 9th Reacher thriller, to tie in with the release of the movie, Jack Reacher, starring Tom Cruise, on January 3rd 2013.
Paperback$24.99 RRPISBN: 9780857501189Published: 07/12/2012Imprint: BantamExtent: 496 pagesStock Level: HIGHPlease note: This information is intended for booksellers only and does not reflect the number of copies currently available in stores. If you are not a bookseller and wish to purchase this book, please contact your local bookstore, or click on the buy now button to find a good retailer.
EBookCHECK RETAILER PRICEISBN: 9781409085386Published: 05/05/2006Imprint: Transworld DigitalExtent: 496 pages
Six shots. Five dead.
A heartland city thrown into terror. But within hours the cops have it solved. A slam-dunk case. Apart from one thing. The accused gunman refuses to talk except for a single phrase:
Get Jack Reacher for me.
Reacher lives off the grid. He's not looking for trouble. But sometimes trouble looks for him. What could connect the ex-military cop to this psychopathic killer?
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"'Jack Reacher is irresistible.'" - Observer
"'Hot, indomitable... knockout.'" - New York Times
"'The thing about Lee Child's books is that you can't put the damn things down.'" - Independent on Sunday
"Child's strengths are fast-moving dialogue and gripping action sequences ... The excitement lasts from the first to the final page" - EVENING STANDARD
"The Jack Reacher series of thrillers...are all hugely exciting, and knowledgeable about weapons and technology. They exude a powerful sense of right and wrong ... We've seen him as a right of wrongs and always as God's gift to women." - Literary Review
"Lee Child is often mistaken for a US writer, so skilfully and enthusiastically has he embraced the idiom of the American thriller ... One of the genre's finest practitioners." - Independent
"Reacher sees justice done while kicking commendable amounts of ass ... Intricate plotting makes for an engrossing read." - Arena
"First-rate thriller, with the imperturbable Reacher meting out his brand of justice to the villains." - Sunday Telegraph