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Series: Jack Reacher Chronology

LibraryThing has 14 suggested works for this series.

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Second Son by Lee Child0.1
Deep Down by Lee Child0.3
Small Wars by Lee Child0.4
The Enemy by Lee Child1
James Penney's New Identity by Lee Child1.5
Night School by Lee Child2
The Affair by Lee Child3
Killing Floor by Lee Child4
Tripwire by Lee Child5
Die Trying by Lee Child6
Running Blind by Lee Child7
Echo Burning by Lee Child8
Without Fail by Lee Child9
Persuader by Lee Child10
One Shot by Lee Child11
The Hard Way by Lee Child12
Bad Luck and Trouble by Lee Child13
Nothing to Lose by Lee Child14
Guy Walks Into a Bar by Lee Child14.5
Gone Tomorrow by Lee Child15
61 Hours by Lee Child16
Worth Dying For by Lee Child17
In Session by M. J. Rose17.5
A Wanted Man by Lee Child18
Everyone Talks by Lee Child18.5
Never Go Back by Lee Child19
Not a Drill by Lee Child19.5
Personal by Lee Child20
Good and Valuable Consideration: Jack Reacher vs. Nick Heller by Lee Child20.5
No Room At The Motel (Short Story) by Lee Child20.6
The Picture of the Lonely Diner by Lee Child20.7
Make Me by Lee Child21
Maybe They Have A Tradition (Short Story) by Lee Child21.5
Faking a Murderer by Lee Child21.6
Too Much Time by Lee Child21.7
The Midnight Line by Lee Child22
The Christmas Scorpion by Lee Child22.5
Past Tense by Lee Child23
The Fourth Man by Lee Child23.5
Cleaning the Gold: A Jack Reacher and Will Trent Short Story by Karin Slaughter23.6
Blue Moon by Lee Child24

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Series description

The series sorted by reading order, not publishing order.

Jack Reacher is was an Army MP Major, but now he's a drifter who travels with the clothes he stands up in. Never one to back down he follows his own moral code for justice.

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.

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