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4.3 out of 5
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    Good

    Good book and interesting to see Reacher in his army family setting.
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    Another good one for Reacher

    A real page turner. I read the main series , missing this one out, years ago. Then I remembered this. Much better than recent Reacher stories. Well thought through and smoothly plotted.
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    The enemy

    Great read always . Once you read one lee child book you won’t stop till you ve read them all
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    The enemy

    Good but should have been first in the set
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    The enemy

    One of his best books, nice to meet his family and visit Paris. Not too much violence either. great
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