15 Worth Dying For.mp3 - jack reacher - Lee Child (audio book) zeke23 (Size: 189.01 MB)
Passing through Nebraska, that’s all Reacher had in mind. When he encounters some very frightened folk, he stops to wonder at the cause. They want him to leave pronto; this problem needs a phalanx of heroes and Reacher may be a scary-looking dude but he’s only one man.
Does Reacher survive the explosive ending of 61 Hours? How could you doubt him? Now he’s hoofing it through Nebraska to Virginia to see the new CO of the 110th Special Unit. She’ll have to be patient because Reacher’s just met victims of the Duncan family and before long he’ll make up his mind to show those three badass brothers and wife-beating son why you shouldn’t interrupt a man on his way to meet an intriguing woman with a very sexy voice.
Within the entire Reacher series, there are four novels which can be considered a connected story arc. Here’s the line-up: 61 Hours, Worth Dying For, A Wanted Man and Never Go Back. As with all the Reacher novels, they can be read out of order so no worries if you’ve read ‘em as you found ‘em.
Lee Child was born in 1954 in Coventry, England, but spent his formative years in the nearby city of Birmingham. By coincidence he won a scholarship to the same high school that JRR Tolkien had attended. He went to law school in Sheffield, England, and after part-time work in the theater he joined Granada Television in Manchester for what turned out to be an eighteen-year career as a presentation director during British TV’s “golden age.” During his tenure his company made Brideshead Revisited, The Jewel in the Crown, Prime Suspect, and Cracker. But he was fired in 1995 at the age of 40 as a result of corporate restructuring. Always a voracious reader, he decided to see an opportunity where others might have seen a crisis and bought six dollars’ worth of paper and pencils and sat down to write a book, Killing Floor, the first in the Jack Reacher series.
Killing Floor was an immediate success and launched the series which has grown in sales and impact with every new installment.
Lee has several homes—an apartment in Manhattan, country houses in England and the south of France, and whatever airplane cabin he happens to be in while traveling between the two. In the US he drives a supercharged Jaguar, which was built in Jaguar’s Browns Lane plant, thirty yards from the hospital in which he was born.
Lee spends his spare time reading, listening to music, and watching the Yankees, Aston Villa, or Marseilles soccer. He is married with a grown-up daughter. He is tall and slim, despite an appalling diet and a refusal to exercise.