About PERSONAL: “Eight days ago my life was an up and down affair. Some of it good. Some of it not so good. Most of it uneventful. Long slow periods of nothing much, with occasional bursts of something. Like the army itself. Which is how they found me,” Reacher says at the opening of PERSONAL. ‘They’ is the Army, who reels in Reacher after an assassination attempt on the French president. Reams of evidence suggests the elite sniper behind the incident is one of Reacher’s more prominent arrests, newly released from prison and a gun-for-hire. But soon the lines blur and the real question becomes whether Reacher is there to bring the target out into the open—or if Reacher is the person in the crosshairs.
That’s the publisher’s description above. All you really need to know is this is the latest Jack Reacher novel by Lee Child. Just grab it and run to your favorite reading chair. You won’t be doing anything else for the next few hours. This is the Good Stuff: enjoy.
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