Series: Jack Reacher
LibraryThing has 9 suggested works for this series.
|Everyone Talks by Lee Child|
|Killing Floor by Lee Child||1|
|Die Trying by Lee Child||2|
|Tripwire by Lee Child||3|
|Running Blind by Lee Child||4|
|Echo Burning by Lee Child||5|
|Without Fail by Lee Child||6|
|Persuader by Lee Child||7|
|The Enemy by Lee Child||8|
|One Shot by Lee Child||9|
|The Hard Way by Lee Child||10|
|Bad Luck and Trouble by Lee Child||11|
|Nothing to Lose by Lee Child||12|
|Guy Walks Into a Bar by Lee Child||12.5|
|James Penney's New Identity by Lee Child||12.6|
|Gone Tomorrow by Lee Child||13|
|61 Hours by Lee Child||14|
|Worth Dying For by Lee Child||15|
|Second Son by Lee Child||15.5|
|The Affair by Lee Child||16|
|The Affair [with bonus short story 'Second Son'] by Lee Child||16+|
|Deep Down by Lee Child||16.5|
|A Wanted Man by Lee Child||17|
|A Wanted Man [with bonus short story 'Deep Down'] by Lee Child||17+|
|High Heat by Lee Child||17.5|
|Never Go Back by Lee Child||18|
|Never Go Back [with bonus novella 'High Heat'] by Lee Child||18+|
|Not a Drill by Lee Child||18.5|
|Personal by Lee Child||19|
|Personal [with bonus short story 'Not a Drill'] by Lee Child||19+|
|Good and Valuable Consideration: Jack Reacher vs. Nick Heller by Lee Child||19.1|
|Small Wars by Lee Child||19.5|
|Make Me by Lee Child||20|
|Night School by Lee Child||21|
|Midnattslinjen by Lee Child||22|
|The Midnight Line by Lee Child||22|
|The Christmas Scorpion by Lee Child||22.5|
|Past Tense by Lee Child||23|
|Faking a Murderer (The MatchUp Collection) by Kathy Reichs||23.1|
|The Fourth Man by Lee Child||23.5|
|Blue Moon by Lee Child||24|
|Cleaning the Gold: A Jack Reacher and Will Trent Short Story by Karin Slaughter||24.5|
|James Penney's New Identity [and] Guy Walks Into a Bar by Lee Child||Novels 12.5-6|
|Lee Child Jack Reacher Books 1-3 by Lee Child||Box Set 1-3|
|Lee Child's Jack Reacher Books 1-6 by Lee Child||Bundle 1-6|
|One Shot AND The Hard Way by Lee Child||9-10|
|Echo Burning / One Shot / The Hard Way / Bad Luck and Trouble / Nothing to Lose by Lee Child||5, 9-12|
|The Essential Jack Reacher, Volume 1, 7-Book Bundle: Persuader, The Enemy, One Shot, The Hard Way, Bad Luck and Trouble, Nothing to Lose, Gone Tomorrow by Lee Child||books 7-13|
|The Essential Jack Reacher 10-Book Bundle: Persuader, The Enemy, One Shot, The Hard Way, Bad Luck and Trouble, Nothing to Lose, Gone Tomorrow, 61 Hours, Worth Dying For, The Affair (Jack Reacher) by Lee Child||books 7-16|
|No Middle Name: The Complete Collected Jack Reacher Short Stories by Lee Child||Collection Short Stories|
|Lee Child Collection: Killing Floor / Die Trying / Tripwire by Lee Child||Abridged Audiobook 1-3|
|Lee Child CD Collection 2: Running Blind / Echo Burning / Without Fail by Lee Child||Abridged Audiobook 4-6|
|Lee Child - Persuader and The Enemy (2-in-1 Collection) (Jack Reacher Series) by Lee Child||Audiobook 7-8|
|Persuader / The Enemy / One Shot [Abridged Audio Books] by Lee Child||Abridged Audiobook 7-9|
|The Affair [Abridged Audiobook] by Lee Child||Abridged Audiobook 16|
|Never Go Back [Abridged Audiobook] by Lee Child||Abridged Audiobook 18|
|Personal [Abridged Audiobook] by Lee Child||Abridged Audiobook 19|
|Jack Reacher's Rules by Lee Child||Reference|
|Jack Reacher [2012 film] by Christopher McQuarrie||film|
|Jack Reacher: Never Go Back [2016 film] by Edward Zwick||film|
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Jack (no middle) Reacher is a former Army MP Major, but now he's a drifter who travels with the clothes he stands up in and his folding toothbrush. Never one to back down he follows his own moral code for justice. Not necessary to read in order, but have a strong stomach for violence and killing.
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