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Persuader by Lee Child
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Oct 19, 11

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Unlike my last brush with Jack Reacher I could figure out his motivation in Persuader. Payback. Ten years ago Reacher thought he killed a man named Quinn who brutally murdered his friend/colleague/possible love-interest. So it comes as a shock when he sees Quinn on the street. No worries though, with a little help from the DEA Reacher sets out to kill him for a second time. Of course it's not quite so straightforward and Reacher must overcome various obstacles whilst trailing the clues.

Lee Child took me on a rollercoaster ride which seemed a little familiar after Gone Tomorrow but which nonetheless kept me reading. The pages flew by in a mixture of tension, suspense and action. Child is undoubtedly a master of his particular style.

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