“He picked up the wrench and broke the guy’s wrist with it, one, and then the other wrist, two, and turned back and did the same to the guy who had held the hammer, three, four. The two men were somebody’s weapons, consciously deployed, and no soldier left an enemy’s abandoned ordnance on the field in working order.
The doctor’s wife was watching from the cabin door, all kinds of terror in her face.
"What?" Reacher asked her.”
Worth Dying For