Running Blind

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Penguin, 2007 - Fiction - 498 pages
979 Reviews
People say that knowledge is power. The more knowledge, the more power. Suppose you knew the winning numbers in the lottery? What would you do? You would run to the store. You would mark the numbers on the play card. And you would win. Same for the stock market. Same for basketball or the horses or anything. Same for killing people. Women are dying. Women who have nothing in common except the fact that they once worked for the military. And they knew Jack Reacher. How and why these women are in danger completely baffles the elite FBI team working the case. There is no trace evidence.
 

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Good writing and quite suspenseful. - Goodreads
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Review: Running Blind (Jack Reacher #4)

User Review  - Peter Curran - Goodreads

Big fan of the reacher series, but this one was a bit disappointing. it's a change of pace from his other books. more of a murder mystery then a thriller,which I don't mind. nice to get a change, but to be honest I guessed most of it less than a third into it. Read full review

Review: Running Blind (Jack Reacher #4)

User Review  - Debbie Mcnally - Goodreads

Great book Reacher does it again. Read full review

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Contents

Chapter 1
1
Chapter 2
18
Chapter 3
25
Chapter 4
53
Chapter 5
62
Chapter 6
79
Chapter 7
88
Chapter 8
103
Chapter 17
263
Chapter 18
276
Chapter 19
290
Chapter 20
303
Chapter 21
312
Chapter 22
324
Chapter 23
339
Chapter 24
357

Chapter 9
120
Chapter 10
137
Chapter 11
148
Chapter 12
160
Chapter 13
182
Chapter 14
205
Chapter 15
224
Chapter 16
250
Chapter 25
381
Chapter 26
396
Chapter 27
413
Chapter 28
422
Chapter 29
440
Chapter 30
455
Chapter 31
472
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About the author (2007)

Lee Child is the author of eighteen Jack Reacher thrillers, all international bestsellers, including the #1 New York Times bestsellers A Wanted Man, The Affair, Worth Dying For, 61 Hours, Gone Tomorrow, Bad Luck and Trouble, Nothing to Lose, and One Shot, as well as the short stories "Deep Down" and "Second Son." An award-winning author worldwide, Child recently garnered the prestigious Diamond Dagger from the Crime Writers Association for an outstanding body of work in crime fiction, and has also won the Anthony, Barry, and Nero awards. He is co-president of the International Thrillers Writers and former president of the Mystery Writers of America. Foreign rights in the Reacher series have been sold in more than forty territories. A native of England and a former television director, Child lives in New York City, where he is at work on his next Jack Reacher thriller.

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