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The Enemy by Lee Child
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Jan 25, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: action-thriller, jack-reacher
Read from December 27, 2012 to January 03, 2013

Nice to read more about Jacks Army Days with this book set around the fall and the fallout of the Berlin Wall 1989. How will this effect the US military future?

Dont expect Reacher to sit and take orders from his superiors, there are plenty of opportunities for Jack to bend the rules.

Military policeman Reacher finds himself at no notice transfered to a new post where an unexpected death of a high profile soldier starts the familiar action we' ve come to expect. You get a glimse of why he left the army together with background of his childhood and connection with Leon Garber.


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