Child fails to live up to his own high standards

Bad Luck and Trouble (Jack Reacher Series, #11) Bad Luck and Trouble by Lee Child

I was disappointed with this book — not up to the usual Lee Child/Jack Reacher standards. Reacher and his pals seem to wander around the landscape without much of a clue as to what is happening to them or what has happened to their dead friends — or why. Maybe this one is weak because Reacher is working with a team rather than by himself or with just one other person. Anyway, the title is great.

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