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Ten Two Jack: Hunting Lee Child's Jack Reacher

The Hunt for Jack Reacher Series, Book 10
Narrated by: Corey M. Snow
Length: 6 hrs and 52 mins
3.5 out of 5 stars (5 ratings)
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Summary

Reacher’s long gone. His enemies aren’t.

“Make some coffee. You’ll read all night.” (Lee Child, number one, world-wide best-selling author of the Jack Reacher thrillers)

FBI Special Agent Kim Otto’s search for Reacher takes a deadly turn when she’s forced to handle the fallout from Lee Child’s The Midnight Line - and gets caught in the crossfire.

Reacher set out to do a good deed for an Army officer in The Midnight Line. The road to hell is paved with good intentions. Now, five people are missing, and one is dead. But when Reacher’s enemies hunt his friends, someone has to pay.

An exciting chase from Detroit to Chicago to Houston and deep into Mexico where FBI Special Agent Kim Otto fights to the death in the gripping conclusion. And Jack Reacher could be there when she needs him.

Start listening now, and you’ll be glued to your chair. But lock the doors first. This one’s a nail-biter.

Lee Child gives Diane Capri two thumbs up! "Full of thrills and tension, but smart and human, too. Kim Otto is a great, great character - I love her." (Lee Child, number one, worldwide best-selling author of Jack Reacher thrillers, including The Midnight Line and Past Tense)

The Hunt for Jack Reacher series enthralls fans of John Grisham, Lee Child, David Baldacci, Michael Connelly, Karin Slaughter, Lisa Gardner, and more.

"Diane writes like the maestro of the jigsaw puzzle. Sit back in your favorite easy chair, pour a glass of crisp white wine, and enter her devilishly clever world." (David Hagberg, New York Times best-selling author of Kirk McGarvey thrillers)

"Expertise shines on every page." (Margaret Maron, Edgar, Anthony, Agatha, and Macavity award-winning MWA Past President and MWA Grand Master)

Award-winning New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Diane Capri does it again in another blockbuster Hunt for Jack Reacher series novel!

©2018 Diane Capri (P)2018 Diane Capri

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more was expected

not one of your best reads, the build up promised more than the end delivered sadly

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  • Joanna A. Bryant
  • 11-01-19

A great follow up to the Lee Child books!

The performance was excellent. I enjoyed listening to this one directly following the Lee Child novel it refers to.

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  • James
  • 03-01-19

It's all good

Otto pulled the rigger. The big man in the coat went down. Otto screamed, "Reacher?!" WTF, Diane? How could you do this to me? To Reacher? Did Otto shoot and kill Reacher? Is Reacher dead in this alternate universe? Read 10-2 Jack to find out.10-2, which is police radio code for "all good," is an appropriate title for this story. If you're a fan of Lee Child's Jack Reacher series, you'll like Capri's "The Hunt for Reacher" series. With Child's blessing, Capri continues Child's "Midnight Line" story.
FBI Agents Kim Otto and Carlos Gaspar are tasked with conducting a "background check" on Jack Reacher for a high level position with the government. The pair have been together for weeks and weeks now trying to carry out this assignment. But this story is different. Change is afoot. On the surface it's all good. It's a natural progression of what needs to happen in this relationship. Carlos is the embodiment of the walking wounded, not to mention his family has grown yet again. He can't continue to leave his wife at home with their mini-basketball team of children, while he traipses around the country in pursuit of Reacher.
Otto is trying hard to be OK with the pending change. While both she and Gaspar suspect "the boss" really has other reasons for wanting Reacher, the pair are good agents. They know how to follow a direct order -- mostly: find Reacher. So Otto will (maybe) soldier on with out Gaspar by her side and carry out the assignment.
What I like most about this story is that Capri continues to draw us in with maybes. Maybe they will come face to face with Reacher. Maybe there's a way to keep Carlos in the background. I like Kim and Carlos together. They're very different, but get along very well. Plus, as Otto, says, Carlos thinks like Reacher. That's a bonus for their undercover manhunt.
So what's next for Otto and Gaspar? What's next for Reacher in this world? Maybe Capri will give us the answers in the next book.
Finally, the narrator is not as good as other readers. This guy sometimes sounds robotic.

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  • hphock
  • 10-12-18

If you have 6 hrs with nothing else to listen

I’m a big Reacher fan and been listening to the hunt for Jack as well. Diane is running out of good stories that intertwine with Reacher.

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  • felicia jones
  • 02-12-18

The worst narrator EVER!

I enjoyed the style of writing, it kept you listening to see what the characters would do next. But, the narration was so bad, I gave up listening. He reminded me of the kid in class who was called on to stand up and ready something out loud in front of the class. As a result, he sounded, nervous and slow and deliberate. Thanx for ruining a perfectly good book. I guess I'll have to buy it in print,

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