Reacher's Rules: Life Lessons from Jack Reacher

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Bantam, 2012 - Conduct of life - 159 pages
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"My name is Jack Reacher. No middle name, no address. I've got a rule. People mess with me at their own risk. Rule 1: if in doubt drink coffee. Rule 2: never volunteer for anything. Soldier's basic rule. Rule 3: don't break the furniture. Rule 4: only have one woman at a time. Rule 5: be on your feet and ready. Rule 6: show them what they're messing with: hand-to-hand combat; travelling light; cracking codes; handling weapons; conquering your deepest fears; and understanding women."

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User Review  - Jack-in-the-Green - LibraryThing

Jack Reacher's Rules is not a story of any sort. It's essentially a set of PowerPoint presentation slides about the nearly 2-dimensional character that is Jack Reacher. This could have been developed ... Read full review

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User Review  - ThothJ - LibraryThing

Fun AND practical, yet also easy to read. No prior knowledge of the Jack Reacher Series by Lee CHild is required. Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Jack Reacher, of no fixed address, is a former Major in the US Military Police. Since leaving the Army, the authorities have not been able to locate him, although his name mysteriously crops up from time to time in connection with investigations into murders, terrorism and other breaches of the law.

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