Running Blind

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Jove Books, 2001 - Fiction - 498 pages
1783 Reviews
Women are dying. Women who have nothing in common except the fact they once worked for the military. And they knew Jack Reacher years ago. How and why these women are in danger baffles the elite FBI team working the case. There is no trace evidence. There are no obvious links among the victims. The bodies have no fatal wounds, and few distinguishing marks. And the killer has entered and exited their homes like a summer breeze. Are these the perfect crimes? And what is the motivation behind such deadly care and precision? There is only one certainty: a new kind of killer is at work, one so calm and cautious that even the brilliant Jack Reacher is left running blind.

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The ending was anticlimactic too. - Goodreads
The writing was much more pure. - Goodreads
A few plot twists that are a little unbelievable. - Goodreads

Review: Running Blind (Jack Reacher #4)

User Review  - Donald - Goodreads

I greatly enjoy the character Jack Reacher and have read virtually all of Mr. Child's novels starring that character. This particular book was very enjoyable although the ending was too far-fetched to be credible. That didn't prevent me from savoring the story itself, however. Read full review

Review: Running Blind (Jack Reacher #4)

User Review  - Ada Iaboni - Goodreads

Although there were murders, as all these novels have, this one was a much more psychological. The reader has to really think! I did figure it out, but it was much later in the story. A very good one! Read full review

About the author (2001)

Lee Child is the pen name of Jim Grant. He was born in Coventry, England in 1954. He attended law school at Sheffield University, worked in the theater, and finally worked as a presentation director for Granada Television. After being laid off in 1995 as a result of corporate restructuring, he decided to write a book. The Killing Floor won the Anthony Award for Best First Novel and became the first book in the Jack Reacher series. In 2012 the first motion picture feature of Jack Reacher was released staring Tom Cruise. In 2015 his title, Personal, made The New Zealand Best Seller List.

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