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  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio; Unabridged edition (Nov. 28 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1423338308
  • ISBN-13: 978-1423338307
  • Product Dimensions: 17.5 x 13 x 3.8 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 227 g
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (81 customer reviews)
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Cory D. Slipman on May 7 2004
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In Lee Child's "Running Blind" we find ex-MP hero Jack Reacher entrapped by the FBI. Reacher was unwittingly observed by an FBI surveillance team using strong arm tactics in thwarting an extortion attempt against a restauranteur of an Italian place that he frequented.
Reacher was reeled in on the pretext that he fit the profile of a serial killer who had eluded apprehension by the FBI. The cerebral killer had murdered a group of former female members of the Army who had filed sexual harrassmnet charges. They were all found immersed in bathtubs filled to the top with green Army camouflage paint. All victims were apparently not drowned but killed by a means so far undeciphered. There was an unprecedented lack of clues and no clear motive.
Reacher was coerced into helping the FBI investigate using some thinly veiled threats to his girlfriend Jodie Garber. Garber, a high powered New York attorney and daughter of Reacher mentor, the late General Leon Garber, was on the verge of being made a partner in her firm. Throughout the book drifter-like Reacher who inherited General Garber's house was wrestling with the feelings of being tied down. While he and Jodie were very much in love they were both unwilling to follow in each other's lifestyle.
Reacher, of course, is instrumental in ultimately solving the paradoxes behind the killings. Child in this work explores the inner workings of Reacher's psyche which gives "Running Blind" a more expansive picture into the human side of his main character.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By R. H OAKLEY on Feb. 21 2004
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Lee Child has written seven novels about Jack Reacher, a former military cop with formidable combat skills. The strength of the Reacher novels is the plotting; Child is excellent at throwing red herrings and plot reversals in to keep the reader off-guard. The results are usually effective thrillers, with plenty of action.
Running Blind fails as a thriller. All of the Reacher novels, indeed just about every thriller, have inconsistencies, coincidences, or illogical behavior by the characters. In effective thrillers, the force of the plot pushes the action at such a pace that the reader doesn't care about these problems. After all, no one readers a thriller for realism. Here, Child's plot has women who were sexually harassed being killed under bizarre circumstances, with no obvious cause of death, and without the killer leaving a trace of how the crime was committed. Enough clues are given that most readers will realize who the killer is and how the killer pulls it off half way through the book. And the means used to pull it off would not be believed in a comic book. The sheer impossibility was so great that once I realized what the answer was, I skipped to the end of the book to confirm my belief, and then gave up on it. Child painted himself in a corner with this book that he had to rely on something that might have been used in the B movies of the thirties, but is ridiculous today. I suggest skipping this book and going with the rest of the series. Certainly, any one who has not read the other Reacher books should avoid this one -- they may be so put off by the absurd ending that they will not read the others and thus miss some great thrillers.
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By Marlyne Harrison on Feb. 13 2014
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If you love the Lee Child books with Jack Reacher I would recommend this books. It comes thru in the true Jack Reacher style.
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By Jim R. on Jan. 20 2014
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This was the best Reacher book in the series so far I could hardly put it down! Don't miss it!
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I've read all of his novels & anxiously awaiting his next one The whole Jack Reacher series is great, I'd recommend them all. The only problem is the movie. Jack Reacher is 6' 5" 230 lbs. Tom Cruise is 5' & maybe 150 lbs, Jack Reacher should be Dwayne Johnson instead,
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By SFM Kindle on Jan. 2 2014
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find any reacher story from lee child and enjoy reading again. he gets you from the very beginning and you never can figure out the outcome.
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I am a 74 yr old female and Lee Child has brought some excitement into my life. Running Wild is one of my favorite pf his books. Mind you, i was exhausted by the end as i usually am after reading his books. I did figure out the culprit about halfway through but figured i was mistaken because she seemed to be with the agents all the time and the fear of flying was another factor as well. Jack Reacher is such a guy's guy and in some cases a gal's guy that even if i've seen movies on the same subjects he writes about...i don't recognize them because he is so detailed in his descripions, i feel i'm right there with him, I have not read a Reaher book that i didn't like. I only have 3 books to go then i will have them all.
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By Sandy on Oct. 18 2013
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Suspense at every turn of the page. Reacher running on all cylinders to solve this mystery.
And, the ending is a page burner.
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