Jack Reacher, in the 7th novel, returns in this explosive tale of an undercover operation set up by the FBI to rescue an agent investigating Zachary Beck, a reclusive tycoon believed to be a kingpin in the drug trade. The novel begins with a bang as Reacher rescues Beck's son from a staged kidnapping in order to get close to his father--and trace the connection between Beck and Quinn, a former army intelligence officer who tried to sell blueprints of a secret weapon to Iraq but was murdered before he could pull it off. Or so Reacher thinks, until he spots Quinn in the crowd at a concert in Boston.
Another great entry in the Reacher series. This is the 7th Reacher book - I've been reading them in order and they are all super. In this one, Reacher meets up with an old nemesis (Quinn) who had killed one of Reacher's subordinates when he was still a military MP. Reacher thought he had put Quinn away 10 years ago but it was not the case - Reacher had some "unfinished business" with Quinn that needed to be taken care of. And of course, Reacher doe not leave business unfinished. Another high recommendation for this one.
If you're a die hard Reacher fan I am sure you'll more than enjoy. Personally I find his Child's writing style abrupt without taking advantage of the romance of word. I get a headache trying to read his style.
I took a break from the Reacher books to give myself some distance from Child's writing style. Took a break and and glad to be back. I'm always looking forward to finding out something new about Reacher in between the story line.
Again, I like how the story starts - right in the middle of the action and we're left to figure out how they got there.