Jack Reacher Series by Lee Child
Jack Reacher (book series)
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Jack Reacher is a fictional protagonist of a series of novels, novellas and short stories by British author Jim Grant under the pen name Lee Child. The Reacher novels are written either in the first-person or third-person. The schedule for the Reacher series is one-per-year, except for when two were published.
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Grant was born in Coventry. Grant's family relocated to Handsworth Wood in Birmingham when he was four years old so that the boys could receive a better education. He attended King Edward's School, Birmingham. In , at the age of 20, Grant studied law  at University of Sheffield , though he had no intention of entering the legal profession and, during his student days, worked backstage in a theatre. Litt in Grant was involved in the transmission of more than 40, hours of programming for Granada, writing thousands of commercials and news stories.
I anxiously await each new installment and book time off work just to read them. As he is one of my favourite book characters, I felt for a top list this week I should write my Top 10 Jack Reacher Novels. This one visits the past, going back to and Reachers days as a military cop. While the ending sort of fizzles out, the story is still great and Lee Child does a great job at making you picture everything. The mystery is solid, and it was nice to go back and visit Reacher in the early days, prior to leaving the military. An excellent mystery, and some great scenes such as the Reacher bar scene make for a thrilling ride. Reacher kills a guy by punching him in the heart so hard his heart stops.