Tripwire - Lee Child


By Lee Child

  • Release Date: 1999-06-28
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
Score: 4.5
From 716 Ratings


Reacher's anonymity in Florida is shattered by an investigator who's come looking for him. But hours after his arrival, the stranger is murdered. Retracing the PI's trail back to New York, Reacher's compelled to find out who was looking for him and why. He never expected the reasons to be so personal--and twisted.

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  • Download issue

    By Lenny1627
    Book won't download. Help please.
  • Reacher

    By Paul 1959
    Good reading for sure. Everybody would like to have Reacher as a good friend.
  • Tripwire is my favorite so far

    By Mercatoyd
    This book is written in similar layout as the first book. I liked this book the best so far. I was sort of on to what was going on.. I say sort of because the book contained a few twists that I didn't see coming. It really held my interest. I'm "hooked" on these Reacher books.
  • Order?

    By Sage the super pooch
    Do other readers recommend going back and starting this series from the beginning?
  • Tripwire

    By Octopus8$&
    Another excellent book! After reading the first Jack Reacher thriller, I've read every one of them nonstop. Keep them coming, Lee!
  • Only good in the last few chapters

    By Amirabear
    I was expecting something as good as the one before this. "Never go back" was great. However this one was not suspenseful at all. Only the last few chapters got my heart pumping.
  • Great read!

    By Bonescastle20
    Very awesome read, loved the plot twists and the ending made sense after I got there!
  • Tripwire

    By Spaghetti & Meatballs
    This is the third Jack Reacher book & I am totally obscessed! The writing is superb and suspenseful. There is barely a chance to catch your breath on the roller coaster ride of your life.
  • Jack Reacher is great, Lee Child needs to do better research

    By eazyrooster
    Jack Reacher is a very fun character. The books are very entertaining. But, Lee Child's misunderstanding of the American military and military life is epic. In every book he tells a back story for Reacher's childhood that no living being on Earth would have ever lived. No one moves that much, and families don't deploy to war zones. Even little things like in this book when he calls the base in Hawaii Hickam Field. It has gone back to being called that now. But it wasn't when the book was written. And it hadn't been called that since shortly after World War II. Or the fact that Air Force police are called SFs rather than MPs. These are little details that are distractions rather than details that draw you further into a book. Perhaps it's because Child is British. Maybe he thinks the military in old movies is reality. But it's really not acceptable in this era to not do better research.
  • Loved the movie!! And Reacher novels!!

    By Doc0103
    As a female fan of Jack Reacher and Lee Childs books, I can see how Mr. Childs gave Tom Cruise rights to play the part and produce the movie. Tom Cruise brings the spirit, quiet toughness, intelligence and physicality to the role of retired MP, drifter Jack Reacher. Yes, he is not the 6'5" 200+, but, if you can't move beyond height and believe ONLY the looks of a person makes the part, then don't see the movie. I cheered, as did the rest of the audience, when Tom Cruise/Jack Reacher whooped behinds and killed the bad guy thru only an inch of hair. I guess they were Jack Reacher fans also. Hope this becomes another franchise.
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