People say that knowledge is power. The more knowledge, the more power. Suppose you knew the winning numbers in the lottery? What would you do? You would run to the store. You would mark the numbers on the play card. And you would win. Same for the stock market. Same for basketball or the horses or anything. Same for killing people. Women are dying. Women who have nothing in common except the fact that they once worked for the military. And they knew Jack Reacher. How and why these women are in danger completely baffles the elite FBI team working the case. There is no trace evidence. There are no links between victims. Their bodies have no fatal wounds. And the killer entered their homes and exited again like a summer breeze. Are these perfect crimes? There is only one certainty: there is a new kind of killer out there, one so calm, cautious, and careful that even the brilliant Reacher is left running blind.
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by Lee Child
"The latest Jack Reacher adventure takes the ex-military investigator on a hunt for the killer of ex-military women. Though Reacher and the FBI profilers who brought him the case are clueless, we are privy to some of the killer's thoughts. The latter's identity is obscured by a production process called "light reverb," which renders the voice ageless, sexless, and also eerie. Hints abound in the text, but Dick Hill glides over them while keeping us engaged in the story. He modulates his voice for each character; not surprisingly he succeeds better with the men. The female agent who works with and who (naturally) falls for Reacher sounds a bit sweet for someone in her job. This is the fourth Reacher novel; all are available from Brilliance. J.B.G. (c) AudioFile 2001, Portland, Maine"
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