How many books are in the Jack Reacher series?

There are 26 books in Lee Child’s highly successful Jack Reacher series, with another heading our way this autumn – plus one short story collection. In the first thriller we’re introduced to Jack Reacher, a dangerous and unattainable lone ranger who used to be in the military.

How many Jack Reacher novels is there?

The successful Jack Reacher series has a total of 26 books – with another one expected later this year. The first novel introduces Jack Reacher as a dangerous and unattainable lone ranger who used to be in the military. The rest of the books follow his exploits all across America and internationally.

What order should I read Lee Childs books?

  • Killing Floor (1997)
  • Die Trying (1998)
  • Tripwire (1999)
  • Running Blind (2000) (Also published as The Visitor)
  • Echo Burning (2001)
  • Without Fail (2002)
  • Persuader (2003)
  • The Enemy (2004)

What is the latest Jack Reacher book called?

Better Off Dead A Jack Reacher Novel Hardcover – October 26, 2021.

Who is playing the new Jack Reacher?

The Tom Cruise movies are one thing but the new Jack Reacher series starring Alan Ritchson on Amazon stays true to the bulked-up spirit of the books. Alan Ritchson is Jack Reacher in the new Amazon series “Reacher.” Jack Reacher is one popular action hero.

Do you need to read Lee Child Jack Reacher books in order?

There are many Jack Reacher books and, while each can pretty much stand alone, reading the series in order allows readers to follow a cohesive storyline, giving them a better understanding of the main character’s quirks and complexities. Killing Floor (1997): Lee Child’s first novel of the thriller series.


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