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Old 08-06-2012, 10:43 PM   #19
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Originally Posted by spindlegirl View Post
I read the first two reacher books, well the first 1 plus not yet finished the 2nd.

He must be a good action/adventure/thriller author, because I was grossed out by the way he chose to kill and threaten the victims in his books.

I found the plot of

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Reacher landing in a random small hick town and being accused of murder only to find out the victim was his brother.


to be a little too coincidental and his ability to cheat death all the time a bit too much, but it was a heart pounding read to say the least.

Thriller books are rarely my first pick though, but once in a while I don't mind reading one.
thats explained in his latest book, Tha Affair.
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