Really short book review: “Running Blind”

I’m cleaning up the pile of books that I’ve read that’s been sitting on the corner of my desk for months. Today’s entry is “Running Blind” by Lee Child, copyright 2000.

I read this book as part of my continued trek through the Jack Reacher series of books. Unfortunately, it is not one of the better ones. In this one, a serial killer is killing women by drowning them in green paint. Reacher starts out as a suspect, but morphs into investigator mode after he convinces the FBI that he didn’t do it. I never did buy into the actual method behind the murders, but I guess that’s what suspension of disbelief is for.

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