This is book 26. Jack Reacher, the modern-day non-fantasy superhero, is back - and don't let other reviewers' opinions prevent you from spending a few days in his company. As usual, Reacher travels from state to state, taking in the countryside, sampling diner cuisine and minding his own business, until he sees somebody else's business he feels compelled to mind.
He's sharp, fast on his feet, and you really really want him on your side. Because he's on the side of the good, the exploited and the downtrodden. Exactly as a superhero should be.
Blurb: That morning he was heading west, walking under the merciless desert sun - until he comes upon a curious scene. A Jeep has crashed into the only tree for miles around. A woman is slumped over the wheel.