Bad Luck and Trouble: A Reacher Novel

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Dell, 2009 - Fiction - 477 pages
52 Reviews

From a helicopter high above the California desert, a man is sent free-falling into the night . . . and Jack Reacher is plunged into the heart of a conspiracy that is killing old friends.
 
Reacher has no phone, no address, no ties. But a woman from his former military unit has found him using a signal only the eight members of their elite team would know. Then she tells him about the brutal death of one of their own. Soon they learn of the sudden disappearance of two other comrades. But Reacher won't give up--because in a world of bad luck and trouble, when someone targets Jack Reacher and his team, they'd better be ready for what comes right back at them.

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User Review  - MaureenCean - LibraryThing

Another interesting entry in the series. I have to say I appreciate that it is not necessary to read them in order, I would make myself crazy. Child can deliver some highly detailed descriptions. I ... Read full review

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User Review  - NPJacobsen - LibraryThing

This was the third Jack Reacher novel I have read, although it is number eleven in the series, and I must say it was my least favorite. It starts with Reacher getting a message from a member of his ... Read full review

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About the author (2009)

Lee Child is the author of sixteen Jack Reacher thrillers, including the New York Times bestsellers Persuader, The Enemy, One Shot, and The Hard Way, and the #1 bestsellers Worth Dying For, 61 Hours, Gone Tomorrow, Bad Luck and Trouble, and Nothing to Lose. His debut, Killing Floor, won both the Anthony and the Barry awards for Best First Mystery, and The Enemy won both the Barry and Nero awards for Best Novel. Foreign rights in the Reacher series have sold in more than forty territories. All titles have been optioned for major motion pictures. A native of England and a former television director, Child lives in New York City, where he is at work on his next thriller.

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