61 Hours by Lee Child
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61 Hours Summary
Jack Reacher is back.
61 Hours Reviews
"Starred Review. Fast paced and exciting, this is highly recommended for thriller fans." - Library Journal
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Rated of 5
Lee Child Author Biography
Lee Child was born in the exact geographic center of England, in the heart of
the industrial badlands. Never saw a tree until he was twelve. It was the sort
of place where if you fell in the river, you had to go to the hospital for a
mandatory stomach pump. The sort of place where minor disputes were settled with
box cutters and bicycle chains. He's got the scars to prove it.
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