The Sentinel by Lee Child and Andrew Child (Book Review)

Reacher is in Tennessee when he comes across his latest soul needing help – this time it’s an IT manager who has been fired from a local government position after a massive cyberattack which many deem his fault. As always, Reacher stumbles into the situation and, despite having no dog in this fight, decides to get to the bottom of it. And that’s why we love him.

This is the first book co-written by Andrew Child. It’s my understanding that Lee is retiring from writing the Reacher novels, and is in the process of handing the baton to his brother. If Andrew can keep up this level of Reacher-ness, I’m ready for it.

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