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  • Best Jack Reacher ever!

    Wow, this was a great read. Fans of Reacher will not be disappointed and it’s a great place to start if you’ve never read any of the other novels yet. Lee Child does his magic again and takes the reader on a fun and satisfying journey where the good guys win and the bad guys learn that it really doesn’t pay to mess with Jack!

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  • Great read

    Lee Child continues to produce great stories. This story puts a light on how many Veterans have to deal with life when the system that is suppose to help them fails them. I have driven the interstate to Rushmore many times and have my own story about an incident that took me to South Dakota’s state capital. It is not nearly as exciting as Reacher’s. Looking forward to his next adventure.

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  • Reacher

    A bit different than usual,but truthful about how our veterans are handled by an ungrateful government.

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  • Excellent Book

    I couldn’t put it down! And a thought provoking read of life changing injuries, military healthcare and addiction.

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  • Back to the real Reacher

    When Reacher lands in Rapid City South Dakota he finds himself joining PI, former FBI, Terry Bramall looking for a missing female army veteran. The wilds of Wyoming provides scenery as the reality of opeoid addicted veterans and their struggle to self medicate when bureaucracy fails them. Nice to have our 6 ft 5 in, 250 lb Jack Reacher back.

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