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Good and Valuable Consideration: Jack…

Good and Valuable Consideration: Jack Reacher vs. Nick Heller

by Lee Child, Joseph Finder (Author)

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In this story from the thrilling anthology FaceOff , bestselling authors Lee Child and Joseph Finder?along with their popular series characters Jack Reacher and Nick Heller?team up for the first time ever. When Jack Reacher sits down to watch a baseball game at a Boston bar, he has no way of knowing what kind of trouble is about to walk in the door?and not just because he?s a Yankees fan in a Red Sox town. In this action-packed short story, Reacher and a new acquaintance?Sox fan Nick Heller?find themselves drawn into a much less friendly rivalry when the guy sitting between them at the bar turns out to be a marked man. For more exciting pairs, check out all eleven short stories in FaceOff !… (more)



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A very short novel with characters Reacher and Heller. No morals exist when criminals attack one of their own. They can work together for mutual benefit. ( )
  delta61 | Feb 4, 2020 |
Reacher and Heller interrupt their Red Sox/Yankees game viewing to clean an Albanian hit man's clock. ( )
  jamespurcell | Jun 1, 2018 |
This is short story collaboration by Lee Child and Joseph Finder which is excerpted from the FaceOff anthology which consists of similar match-ups where various crime/thriller writers and characters have cross-over episodes in the manner of TV episodes or movie series.

Child's Reacher and Finder's Heller seem to almost telepathically decide that they will join up to assist a hapless citizen in a sports bar who is being victimized by the local mob. Reacher is a bit too coldly mercenary about the whole business, but maybe he was just annoyed about the baseball game that they were trying to watch in the bar. ( )
  alanteder | Aug 17, 2015 |
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