Lee Child Writing Styles in Killing Floor

Lee Child
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Told in the first person from Jack Reacher's perspective, Killing Floor is a straightforward read. Jack is a military child who had a military career as an adult. As such, when peace brings the end of his position in the army, he begins to travel the land he spent most of his adult life protecting. Preferring total anonymity, Jack travels by Greyhound, paying cash as he goes and leaving little if no footprint behind. His path is aimless and his arrival in Margrave is an unplanned stop made because of a story his brother Joe told him about a guitar player named Blind Blake. Jack finds the answer to the mystery of Blind Blake's death, and in the process unravels two other mysteries as well.

He is an honest man and when accused of murder stays calm knowing they must have the wrong man. When his...

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