By Lee Child
#1 big apple instances BESTSELLER
A bus crashes in a savage storm from snow and lands Jack Reacher in the midst of a perilous war of words. In within reach Bolton, South Dakota, one courageous girl is status up for justice in a small city threatened by means of sinister forces. If she’s going to dwell lengthy adequate to testify, she’ll need assistance. simply because a killer is coming to Bolton, a coldly knowledgeable murderer who by no means misses.
Reacher’s unique plan used to be to maintain on relocating. however the subsequent sixty one hours will swap every thing. The secrets and techniques are deadlier and his enemies are enhanced than he may have guessed—but so is the lady he’ll hazard his lifestyles to avoid wasting.
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She simply met it with her own, keeping her face neutral. But she could feel his strong will beating against her from across the table. To her relief, Martha arrived, neatly sliding his burrito and Caitlin‟s cheeseburger in front of them. As if she didn‟t have a care in the world, Caitlin bit into her burger and munched. “Wow. ” He was barely listening, simply glowering at her. Caitlin refrained from rolling her eyes or showing impatience in any way as she ate the delicious cheeseburger. She didn‟t want to do anything to tip the balance, because they were at a stalemate.
His disapproval turned to fury when he saw that the front desk was unattended, the keys hanging on a plywood board. ” he murmured to Caitlin. “Four forty-six,” she replied. ” Alex reached across the front desk and lifted her key from its hook. He pocketed it just as a dark-skinned man with a stained turban came in from a side door, still chewing something. The smell of curry wafted in from behind the door. The man‟s polite smile turned genuinely welcoming when he saw Caitlin. “Ah, Ms. Summers. ” “You want key?
The law wasn‟t the problem, he was. ” He backed quickly, skillfully out of the slot. “The law might not be clear on that point, Ms. ” “Caitlin,” she said on a sigh. ” Traffic was heavy. The ride took almost forty minutes. Twilight was edging into night by the time Alex pulled up in front of the decayed old hotel which had never seen better days. Across the street from the Carlton was a burned-out apartment building. To the right was a rubble-strewn empty lot and to the left was a boarded-up building which, according to the poster on the splintered door, had been condemned by the city authorities, though no one had cared enough to actually demolish it.
61 Hours (Jack Reacher, Book 14) by Lee Child