By Lee Child
[b]Jack Reacher sequence, publication #12[b]
Two lonely cities in Colorado: wish and depression. among them, twelve miles of empty highway. Jack Reacher by no means turns again. It's now not in his nature. All he desires is a cup of espresso. What he will get is gigantic difficulty. So in Lee Child’s electrifying new novel, Reacher—a guy with out worry, no illusions, and not anything to lose—goes to conflict opposed to a city that not just desires him long past, it wishes him lifeless.
It wasn’t the welcome Reacher anticipated. He used to be simply passing via, minding his personal enterprise. yet inside of mins of his arrival a deputy is within the medical institution and Reacher is again in desire, developing a base of operations opposed to depression, the place an enormous, seething walled-off commercial website does whatever not anyone is meant to determine . . . the place a small aircraft takes to the air each evening and returns seven hours later . . . the place a garrison of well-trained and well-armed army cops—the form of infantrymen Reacher as soon as commanded—waits and watches . . . the place specially younger males have disappeared and anxious younger women wait and wish for his or her return.
Joining forces with a gorgeous cop who runs desire with a funky hand, Reacher is going up opposed to Despair—against the deputies who attempt to holiday him and the wealthy guy who attempts to scare him—and starts off to crack open the secrets and techniques, starts off to reveal the terrifying connection to struggle that’s killing american citizens by way of the thousand.
Now, among a city and the guy who owns it, among Reacher and his moral sense, whatever has to offer. And Reacher by no means supplies an inch.