Si è stabilito a New York. È felicemente fidanzato con Jodie. Ma l'ex maggiore della polizia militare Jack Reacher ha qualche difficoltà ad abituarsi a una vita tranquilla. Del resto, sembra proprio che i guai vengano a cercarlo. Questa volta è l'FBI a considerarlo il maggior indiziato in una catena di delitti. Le vittime sono donne in congedo dall'esercito, e il modus operandi dell'assassino è assai vicino al delitto perfetto: nessun segno di effrazione, né di violenza. Solo un cadavere, immerso in una vasca di vernice verde militare. Per Reacher c'è un unico modo di scagionarsi: aiutare l'FBI a trovare il colpevole, prima che la lista delle vittime si allunghi.
- ISBN: 8830420174
- Casa Editrice: Longanesi
- Pagine: 466
“But you are kind of arrogant, you know?” she said. “Prosecutor, judge, jury, executioner, all in one? What about the rules?”He smiled.“Those are the rules,” he said. “People mess with me, they find that out pretty damn quick.” FIVE SOLID STARS, YES!!! Once again, Lee Child has delivered another w Leggi tutto
Running Blind = The visitor (Jack Reacher #4), Lee Child The Visitor is the fourth book in the Jack Reacher series, written by James D. "Jim" Grant with pen name: Lee Child. It was published in 2000. In the United States; the book was released under the title: Running Blind. It is written in the seco Leggi tutto
I am afraid that this is a complete load of pants. Lee child has been my guilty pleasure, but this book does not have reacher doing what he does best (killing people!) or the epic scale of the other books. And there are some serious flaws with the logic in the book. Flaw One - Reacher is pulled in by Leggi tutto
The fourth installment in the Jack Reacher series finds our hero in New York where he's just inherited a house from an old mentor who has recently died. Reacher has also fallen madly in love with the old mentor's daughter, Jodie, who he knew as a teenager and who has blossomed into a sexy, brilliant Leggi tutto
A batter steps into the box and looks out at the tall, hulking pitcher on top of the mound. He’s got the book on this guy, knows the formula. All heat, nothing but fastballs. Starts inside to back the hitter off the plate and then works the corners. So he’s surprised when the first pitch is a loping Leggi tutto
I think this is the first book I've ever rated "one star." Normally, I don't finish books that I don't like, so I don't have a reason to assign a low rating. I did finish this one, unrealistically hoping it would get better. First of all, I normally love the Jack Reacher books for what they are: gui Leggi tutto
**SPOILERS BE HERE!** Oh, where to begin? First, I'm now convinced Child is paid per word--nothing else excuses the descriptions: "He did this, and this other thing, and this other thing, and then this other thing. She felt one way, and another way, and another way that's actually the same thing as t Leggi tutto
I'm afraid I'm going to have give Jack reacher a rest for a while. This book was ridiculous. I had this thing figured out very early on and was dreading being right. You will not be impressed by the method of murder. It is a huge stretch to think that this could be remotely possible. Plus, the inves Leggi tutto
2 ½ stars. Long, drawn out process investigating murders. Not enough action. The ending was frustrating. REVIEWER’S OPINION: The story starts off in an exciting way with thugs demanding payoffs from a new restaurant owner. Reacher likes the restaurant and takes action. That was fun. But after that the Leggi tutto
Reacher and the FBI Running Blind offers the reader an impossible puzzle, sort of like the locked-room murder puzzle. There's a serial killer out there and it's a complete puzzle how the murders are being committed. In fact, it's such a puzzle that the FBI has to bring in Jack Reacher to solve it. As Leggi tutto
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