Gone Tomorrow ), Jack Reacher is back in his element—Smalltown, U.S.A.—in bestseller Child's fine 14th thril"/>

61 Hours: A Reacher Novel

Lee Child, Author . Delacorte $28 (383p) ISBN 978-0-385-34058-8

After a brief stop in New York City (Gone Tomorrow ), Jack Reacher is back in his element—Smalltown, U.S.A.—in bestseller Child's fine 14th thriller to feature the roving ex-military cop. When a tour bus on which he bummed a ride skids off the road and crashes, Reacher finds himself in Bolton, S.Dak., a tiny burg with big problems. A highly sophisticated methamphetamine lab run by a vicious Mexican drug cartel has begun operating outside town at an abandoned military facility. After figuring out the snow-bound, marooned Reacher's smart, great with weapons, and capable of tapping military intelligence, the helpless local cops enlist his assistance, and, as always, he displays plenty of derring-do, mental acuity, and good old-fashioned decency. While the action is slower than usual, series fans will appreciate some new insights that Child provides into his hero's psyche and background as well as a cliffhanger ending. Author tour. (May)

Reviewed on: 03/01/2010
Release date: 05/01/2010
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