No Middle Name

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Author: Lee Child
Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780399593581
Category: Fiction

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NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • Get ready for the ultimate Jack Reacher experience: a thrilling new novella and eleven previously published stories, together for the first time in one pulse-pounding collection from Lee Child. No Middle Name begins with “Too Much Time,” a brand-new work of short fiction that finds Reacher in a hollowed-out town in Maine, where he witnesses a random bag-snatching but sees much more than a simple crime. “Small Wars” takes readers back to 1989, when Reacher is an MP assigned to solve the brutal murder of a young officer found along an isolated forest road in Georgia and whose killer may be hiding in plain sight. In “Not a Drill,” Reacher tries to take some downtime, but a pleasant hike in Maine turns into a walk on the wild side and perhaps something far more sinister. “High Heat” time-hops to 1977, when Reacher is a teenager in sweltering New York City during a sudden blackout that awakens the dark side of the city that never sleeps. Okinawa is the setting of “Second Son,” which reveals the pivotal moment when young Reacher’s sharp “lizard brain” becomes just as important as his muscle. In “Deep Down,” Reacher tracks down a spy by matching wits with four formidable females three of whom are clean, but the fourth may prove fatal. Rounding out the collection are “Guy Walks into a Bar,” “James Penney’s New Identity,” “Everyone Talks,” “The Picture of the Lonely Diner,” “Maybe They Have a Tradition,” and “No Room at the Motel.”No suitcase. No destination. No middle name. No matter how far Reacher travels off the beaten path, trouble always finds him. Feel bad for trouble. Praise for No Middle Name “Captivating . . . classic [Lee] Child . . . This volume demonstrates what his fans already know: he’s a born storyteller and an astute observer.” Publishers Weekly (starred review)   “Lee Child, like his creation, always knows exactly what he’s doing and he does it well. Time in his company is never wasted.” Evening Standard

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  • Chad F
    New release price for recycled short stories Read some of them before in books I bought previously. Some of the others feel forced, like filler. Not likely to buy more by this author.
  • Matthew Luke
  • Mark Hill
    Some good stories and a few half cooked ones. Not the best Teacher book but an easy enough read
  • Robert Brigham
    Getting lazy write a book
  • Sarah Guidry
    Fast read.
  • Sam Rivera
    No Middle Name OK read, not quite what I expected from this author.
  • Jamie Ryan
    Essential reading for Reacher fanatics! Every story is, at minimum, good, and many of them are fantastic. Lee delivers yet again, no real surprise there.

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