Another book in the Jack Reacher series. Another solid paced mystery / thriller that works with the formula we've already been given, embraces it, and makes a fun fast-paced story. That pretty much sums up this book. I liked it, but there wasn't much new to the formula from Lee Child on this one, but if I had perfected something like he has, I wouldn't change it either. It works.
The most interesting thing to me in this book was this is the second mystery / thriller book in a row that has dealt with the seedy underbelly of the Internet, and specifically suicides. In this instance, the reason the villains had money and killed another private investigator wasn't really important. But I found it just weird that two straight books I read dealt with this topic with this one coming out in summer 2015 and the Windermere and Stevens novel coming out in 2016. I guess I am more curious as to what drove this topic to be something both of these authors wanted to delve into at around the same time?
Quick Review: 4 out of 5 stars