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  • The Secret
  • Pages: 520
  • Format: Paperback
  • Author: Lee Child
  • Publisher:  Bantam Press
  • Publication date: 24 October 2023
  • Category: Crime & Mystery
  • Size: 23.4 x 15.3 x 2.4cm
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The Secret by Lee Child

1992. Eight respectable, upstanding people have been found dead across theUS. These deaths look like accidents and don't appear to be connected. Untilone body - the victim of a fatal fall from a hospital window - generates someunexpected attention.

That attention comes from the Secretary of Defence, who promptly calls for aninter-agency task force to investigate. Jack Reacher is assigned as the Army'srepresentative.Reacher may be an exceptional soldier, but sweeping other people's secretsunder the carpet isn't part of his skill set. As he races to discover the linkbetween these victims, and who killed them, he must navigate around theulterior motives of his new 'partners'. And all while moving into the sight line ofsome of the most dangerous people he has ever encountered.

His mission is to uncover the truth. The question is: will Reacher bring the badguys to justice the official way . . . or his way?


The Secret is a corker . . . Fast and furious, this is classic Jack Reacher doing what he does best – busting heads and breaking rules to get to the bottom of a conspiracy ? Daily Express

A flow to the fight scenes . . . some flashes of humour . . . Welcome back, Jack ? The Times

If there is a more iconic character in modern fiction than Jack Reacher, I’d like to meet them ? Daily Mirror

Jack Reacher is on good form . . . Cue classic laconic violence ? The Sun


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