Killing Floor: Jack Reacher 1 - Lee Child Reviews
Description:ISBN 0553826166 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Lee Child / Paperback / 528 Pages / Book is published 2010-08-05 by Bantam
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Killing Floor: (Jack Reacher 1)
Margrave has just had its first homicide in thirty years. And Rea ...
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by - written on 11/08/13 (Useful, 11 readings)
I was surprised how drawn I was into this book & I really couldn't put it down. The title didn't exactly appeal to me but it was a cheap download from Amazon. A definite bargain. The plot is based on ex military police officer being in the wrong place at the wrong time. Luckily for him he has the guile and skill to deal with some very harrowing situations with agility and strength. The author clearly has a good knowledge of the military as there were many in depth descriptions of firearms and tactics. Whilst normally this would make me run for the hills, in this context it works. Jack Reacher's character gradually unfolds and while you learn ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/08/13 (Useful, 6 readings)
No Spoilers! This is the first Jack Reacher novel and gradually through the book introduces his background as an ex-military police officer. It is set in a very small town in Georgia (USA) and Reacher as an outsider passing through is accused of murder. The story has a few twists and turns and but the 'reveals' are not dramatic but can be gory. The book tends to focus on character development of Reacher and the supporting cast (the local police force). I am aware that the Reacher books tend to have more of a female following but I would not state it as a 'girly' read. Reading the descriptions of female characters and romantic elements, it is obvious that it ... Read the complete review
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