The Jack Reacher Cases (The Man Who Strikes Fear)

The Jack Reacher Cases (The Man Who Strikes Fear)

by Dan Ames

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Book 9 in The JACK REACHER Cases.

When an FBI agent is violently murdered in his home, the killers leave a message.

"For Reacher."

Lauren Pauling, who knew the murdered man, investigates the killing and soon uncovers a shocking link to her past.

She also learns that the killers...have only just begun.

"Ames is a sensation among readers who love fast-paced thrillers." -MysteryTribune

"Fast-paced, engaging, original." -New York Times bestselling author Thomas Perry

"Engrossing!" -USA Today bestselling author Rick Murcer

"Furiously paced. Great action." -New York Times bestselling author Ben Lieberman

"Swept me along for the ride." -Edgar-nominated author Craig McDonald

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161502969
Publisher: Slogan Books LLC
Publication date: 03/29/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 56,627
File size: 816 KB

About the Author

Dan Ames is a USA TODAY bestselling author. You can learn more about him at

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The Jack Reacher Cases (A Hard Man To Forget) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 30 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Well written with believable characters throughout books 1 through 3 in the series. Im looking forwa4d to reading more.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Fast paced but more of a short story
Anonymous 3 months ago
Short but plenty of action and interesting plot.
Anonymous 4 months ago
Easy to read hard to put down
Anonymous 5 months ago
Read them from 1 thru 9 in one week. oved the characters
Anonymous 6 months ago
Enough Jack Reacher to give it flavor, and good intrigue with other characters.
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nookerCB 7 months ago
Another wonderful Pauling and Tallon adventure that spans both coasts and has 2 intersecting mysteries, one involving each of the main characters and maybe Reacher too? Murder, intrigue, international cabals, oh my. Just read it already!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I would have given this five stars if I could have read the whole thing. Trying to turn the page in a whole lot of places it would just keep repeating two pages over and over. I had to actually hit Go to Page and key in an advanced page. Even though the pages that didn't advance were mid sentence and when I keyed in an advanced page it started with a new chapter. Thus I have no idea how much was missing.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Con job. Jack Reacher nowhere to be found. I want my money back.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Essy to pick and put down and start again and pick up right where you left off alwajys entertaining
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Excellent book
JIm13JE More than 1 year ago
I have read all of this series and when you pick up a book you can't stop reading.
Ellen-oceanside More than 1 year ago
THE LAST MAN TO MURDER by Dan Ames “Jack Reacher” book 4 A man looking at his blood, a hospital meant death he was better on his own. Talon spotted the truck, and the man on the ground, he must of been desperate to have come any distance. A blood stained message “Operation Reacher”. Tallon searched his past, and found a name for the man, he knew, and was one you could have trusted. For Pauling, a job request from a man who carried a gun, he follows her, and now someone been in her home. What is the connections, strange uninvited visitors, the same message, they wanted Tallon dead, but why was she drawn in. Fascinating plot, of revenge, the navy is also involved. Readers won’t want to miss reading this tension filled story, and how it comes out.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Overall, not a very good read. Simplistic, amateurish and tedious.