#21 in the series.
I’ve enjoyed all the Jack Reacher books. This is one of the best.
It’s much stronger than Daniel Silva’s Gabriel Allon books, in comparison.
A prequel set back in 1996 — Reacher is still in the army, age 35, and he’s moved to an emergency task force because the intelligence services in Europe have plucked a menacing phrase from the air: “The American wants a hundred million dollars.” For what?
With Frances Neagley, his trusted sergeant and trusty sidekick, by his side — what problem can’t be resolved? …