I haven’t previously read the Jack Reacher series by Lee Child, although his fans I’ve talked with are extremely loyal and eagerly grab each new installment as it hits the shelves. Then I met him at a recent mystery conference and he seemed so intelligent, I decided to give the series a try. I started with The Enemy, because although it wasn’t written first, it is the earliest in the fictional life of Jack Reacher.
Bent Road by Lori Roy
From the library catalog record:
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This is one book that made me laugh out loud several times. If you were ever a “Star Trek” fan (in any of its iterations) you will enjoy it too. The protagonist is Ensign Andrew Dahl, has just been posted to the flagship of the Universal Union, the Intrepid. He is assigned to the Xenobiology Lab and quickly discovers whenever Captain Abernathy or the Chief Science Officer enter the lab, his mates disappear. When he presses them for an explanation, they relucta