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“Tripwire” is an exciting and mysterious novel that covers suspense, mystery, crime, thrill, investigation, and fiction. This crazy and classy novel is authorized by Lee Child. The whole theme of this story revolves around Reacher. Reacher is the main and special character of this novel. Reacher is the ex-major in Military police of the US army. Due to downsizing, he lost his job. He never lives in the same place for long because he leads the life of a vagabond. A great twist comes in Reacher life that makes him special. After downsizing in US army police Reacher is living as a swimming pool digger and minding his own business. When a private detective comes looking for him he is minding his own business. The detective analyses the present condition of Reacher life and realizes that he is a good and hardworking person.
The detective had been hired a commanding officer’s beautiful daughter Jodie and Reacher’s old friend. After conducting an investigation into an MIA American soldier in Vietnam he invites Reacher and Jodie to start the job again. This story has many twists and turns that keeps the reader invested and intrigue from beginning to end. In short, this story is about the passionate man who doesn’t lose his hope and become the best achiever due to his hardworking. We would highly recommend this novel to those who are looking for adventurous, interesting and inspirational novels.
Details About Tripwire by Lee Child ePub
- Book name: Tripwire
- Author: Lee Child
- Publishing date: May 29, 2007
- ISBN: 978-0515143072
- Genre: Thriller, Fiction, Mystery, Crime
- Language: English
- Format: ePub/PDF
- Size: 1 MB
- Page: 608
- Price: Free
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