Worth Dying For Lee Child
Reacher survives in this sequel to 61 Hours, though we don’t quickly discover how. In fact that never becomes very clear, only that he has injuries but not how he managed it. Never mind, the story gallops along as always and I soon forgot it was a sequel.
It’s winter in a small town labouring under the tyranny of one powerful family. There’s a missing child, which he can’t ignore, obviously. And he becomes involved in a probably criminal, delayed shipment.
As always, Reacher is fighting for the downtrodden, the people who have run out of fight, and is on the side of ‘good’.
There’s action, thrills, mysteries and tension.
This is another good Reacher adventure.