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Tripwire

by Lee Child

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New York, New York: G. P. Putnam's Son's Flat-Signed & Dated by the author on the title page. 1999 First American Edition. The Book's spine is very lightly bumped, otherwise unmarked, tightly bound and in Near Fine+ Condition. The Dustwrapper's spine is very lightly bumped, otherwise unclipped and protected in archival mylar- In Near Fine+ Condition. 419pp. Series: A Jack Reacher Novel, Book 3. Hardcover. Publisher: G. P. Putnam's Son's, New York. *Due to the Size and Weight of this Item Additional Shipping Rates Will Apply to All Non-Domestic Orders.*. Signed by Author. First Edition.

A stranger looking for ex-military cop Jack Reacher is murdered. Now Reacher follows the man's cold trail back to where he came from--and into Reacher's own haunted past.




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On Jan 17 2011, inkman said:
  "Like all Jack Reacher books. Very good."

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