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AuthorLee Child
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Across the country, women are being murdered, the victims of a disciplined and cunning killer who leaves no trace, no fatal wounds, no signs of a struggle, and no clues as to an obvious motive. They really are perfect crimes. In fact, there is only one thing that unites the victims. Each of the women knew Jack Reacher, and it blinded him.

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Interacting with Jack Reacher is like meeting a great white shark. You are not quite sure if you will come out alive, injured or dead. A few years ago, I picked up the Mr. Child’s first Jack Reacher book, Killing Floor, after reading an interview about how the author created the character. It was an intriguing approach. Could Mr. Child build multiple books around such an impressive guy?

He’s 6’5″ long, weighs 220-230 pounds, quite intelligent, very logical, deadly with the guns and also the body, highly decorated army deputy who really throws it away, and also lives by his own moral code. The arrogance and indifference of Reacher towards most people’s difficulties make him a more complicated hero than a Boy Scout like Captain America Most of the time he wants to be left alone while he navigates America and gathers boring new experiences The problem is that people with power constantly disturb his peace.

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Running Blind is the fourth adventure of Jack Reacher. The book was published in 2000 and the World Trade Center makes a cameo appearance. It can be read independently of the other books in the series, but I prefer to read those collections in the order they were published. Once again, Mr. Child has written a compelling adventure/mystery. The violence used by Reacher is minimal and very focused on the mystery of how the killer kills the victims.

I was quite pleased when I discovered the culprit halfway through the story. However, there are plenty of twists and tensions to keep the story fresh. At the time of writing this review, there are currently 24 Jack Reacher books. You know the guy won’t die in time. The same cannot be said for those around him, including innocent civilians. Another attractive factor in the plots is the author’s effort to keep the adventures grounded in reality.

There are no super hero serums or also the otherworldly attributes in the books. “Running Blind” is about a serial killer who leaves no evidence or cause of death for the victims. It also touches on issues like sexual harassment in the military and turf wars by various government agencies that hinder rather than help solve homicides.

“Running Blind” is pure escapism. It still amazes me that Mr. Child continues to create wonderful stories about a hero who seems virtually invincible but keeps me so interested in the outcome. The author is one of my favorite authors when looking for great entertainment and a break from more serious books. Mr. Child has not disappointed me yet. If I ever find a magic lamp, I’ll probably ask the genie to give me most of the Jack Reacher traits.

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This is the fourth book in the series and I can’t get enough of Reacher. In my opinion, that’s all you need to know about Reacher. He’s not dumb once in a case and definitely doesn’t push his buttons! I especially liked the attitude when someone tries to threaten him with the law since he is an experienced investigator. I really enjoyed the rivalry between the FBI and military.

As much as I enjoyed this book, I was a bit disappointed in the killer. He put me on the edge of my seat and a couple of times I had to put the book down because of a completely surprising twist that made me want to find out how the murders happened. But one thing is for sure, Reacher is a force to be reckoned with.

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