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Worth Dying For by Lee Child
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Dec 06, 2010

it was ok
Recommended to Richard by: I read all Mr. Child's work.
Recommended for: Mystery/action lovers, people who like rural Nebraska.
Read from December 02 to 05, 2010 , read count: 1

I think Mr. Child is recycling old plots. Compare and contrast this to The Killing Floor. There are many similarities. Unfortunately, this is truly a tale of horror. The first awful irony lies in the story of Eldridge Tyler who is first seen on page one of chapter one, and not again until page 337 in chapter 54.

The description of Midwestern farm country is painstakingly accurate, as are the descriptions of the people in this little community. Dialogue is very believable. the terrible part is what was going on in plain sight.

It seems to me that Jack Reacher is aging badly, and feels it in all his bones.

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