Echo Burning

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Penguin, Jun 25, 2001 - Fiction - 576 pages
824 Reviews
Thumbing across the west Texas desert, Jack Reacher has nowhere to go. Cruising the same stretch of blacktop is Carmen Greer. But the lift comes with a hitch. She's got a wild story to tell--about her husband, her family secrets, and a hometown that's pure Gothic.
 

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Excellent plot, writing, suspense. - Goodreads
Good story telling even if a little formulaic. - Goodreads
Finally got the ending perfect. - Goodreads
Several story lines at once keep you wondering. - Goodreads
Great pace and story telling! - Goodreads
Another good page turner from Lee Child. - Goodreads

Review: Echo Burning (Jack Reacher #5)

User Review  - Trevor Ledet - Goodreads

Reacher back to himself roaming the USA riting wrongs Read full review

Review: Echo Burning (Jack Reacher #5)

User Review  - William Brown - Goodreads

I loved this Jack Reacher adventure as much as all the others I've read. Great book! Read full review

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Lee Child is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Jack Reacher series, which began with Killing Floor and includes Nothing to Lose and Gone Tomorrow.
Steve Berry is the New York Times bestselling author of The Charlemagne Pursuit and The Amber Room. He is the current president of the International Thriller Writers of America.

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