Worth Dying For by Lee Child

Worth Dying For

Worth Dying For isn’t worth dying for, but it is a good summer read. Jack Reacher (#15) finds himself dropped off in the middle of nowhere Nebraska, where he uncovers a heinous criminal conspiracy. Although Reacher was a former military cop, he feels no compulsion to involve the local law enforcement. Instead, he beats people up and murders more along the way to his brand of vigilante justice. It’s a great page turner, a great story, but you know he didn’t really solve anything. An even better book would be about the people who have to clean up after Reacher. Fargo gets a shout out, as a local bureaucrat mistakes the criminals crossing the Canadian border for deer.

B-
544 pages

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