Matchup: The Battle of the Sexes Just Got Thrilling

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Lee Child
Thorndike Press, a part of Gale, Cengage Learning, 2017 - Fiction - 701 pages
"In this incredible follow-up to the New York Times and USA TODAY bestseller FaceOff, twenty-two of the world's most popular thriller writers come together for an unforgettable anthology. MatchUp takes the never-before-seen bestseller pairings of FaceOffand adds a delicious new twist: gender. Eleven of the world's best female thriller writers from Diana Gabaldon to Charlene Harris are paired with eleven of the world's best male thriller writers, including John Sandford, C.J. Box, and Nelson DeMille. Thestories are edited by #1 New York Times bestselling author Lee Child"--

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User Review  - ladyoflorien - www.librarything.com

I enjoyed the collaborations of the authors in this anthology. As is usual in an anthology, I really enjoyed some short stories and others, not so much. Still, if you're a fan of suspense, it's a good read. Read full review

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User Review  - whybehave2002 - www.librarything.com

An anthology is always fun to wet your reading appetite. A nice selection of authors, some I've heard of and some I have not, and some that I will investigate further. Read full review

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About the author (2017)

Lee Child is the pen name of Jim Grant, who was born in Coventry, England on October 29, 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 because 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 Jack Reacher film was released starring Tom Cruise. His book's, Worth Dying For and Past Tense, made the bestseller list in 2018.

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