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The latest Jack Reacher novel sees a lone gunman shooting into a crowd of people in Indiana. When he is arrested, the shooters only words are Get Jack Reacher for me. Lee Childs }The Enemy{ reached number 2 on the }Sunday TImes{ hardback bestseller list.

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ISBN 9780553815863
Weight 0.2404
Publisher TRANSWORLD PUBLISHERS
Book Size (cm.) 102.11 x 178.05 x 32.00
Dimension Width(กว้าง)(CM) 12.96
Dimension Length(ยาว)(CM) 12.96
Dimension High(สูง/หนา)(CM) 20.32
Language English
Number of Pages 512

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The latest Jack Reacher novel sees a lone gunman shooting into a crowd of people in Indiana. When he is arrested, the shooters only words are Get Jack Reacher for me. Lee Childs }The Enemy{ reached number 2 on the }Sunday TImes{ hardback bestseller list.

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CHILD, LEE

about author

"Jim Grant, who adopted the pen name of Lee Child is an English thriller novelist and an Anthony Award winner for the best first novel. His novels are based on the adventures of Jack Reacher, a former American military policeman wandering the United States.

Grant was born in 1954 in Coventry, England. His father was a civil servant. When Grant was four, his parents decided to make a move to Handsworth Wood in Birmingham for the purpose of a better education for Grant and his three brothers. Up till eleven years of age, Grant attended the Orchard Primary School in Handsworth Wood where he was known to be a sharp boy. Later, Grant won a coincidental scholarship to the King Edward’s School, Birmingham, the same school famous writers J.R.R. Tolkien and Enoch Powell had attended. An avid reader, Grant dedicated a lot of his time to reading works of Enid Blyton, W.E Johns and Alistair MacLean.

Although Grant never intended to enter the legal profession, he went to law school in 1974 at the Sheffield University in Sheffield. He was twenty years old upon entering law school. Not much interested in law, Grant worked part-time backstage at a theatre during his years as a student and joined a commercial television channel after graduation.

Granada Television in Manchester was Lee’s workplace for eighteen years where we worked as a presenter director. He gained immense experience in the field working behind successful shows such as The Brideshead Revisited, Prime Suspect, Jewel in the Crown and Cracker. During his career at the channel, Grant wrote thousands of trailers, commercials and news stori...

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