Past Tense by Lee Child

Past Tense

Past Tense: Jack Reacher #23

Jack Reacher left the US Army as a Major (military police) at the age 36. Since then he’s been roaming the country taking odd jobs and investigating suspicious and frequently dangerous situations. No home, no possessions. This is the book where he finally goes home. Not really. It’s his father’s childhood home.. nothing is there.. except more trouble.. more people that need a beating.. by Reacher. And a big mystery that is going on elsewhere that Jack manages to stubble into.
It’s not the best story Child has told, but I like these small town stories better than Child’s ‘save the world’ stories.

B
400 pages

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