Lee Child | Fiction
This was a fun read, in-between more serious books! Someone is buying something worth $100 million, in two-decades-ago US dollars. What could be bought, sold and transported on the black market for 100 very large bills? Jack Reacher, of course, is put on the job to find the item, the seller and the buyer. Eventually, he uncovers the item and the seller in Hamburg, neither of which make their way to the buyer, and the world is safe again. Intrigue, fast-paced, not overly violent ... Jack Reacher novels are a nice respite.
Now, I splay out my possible reads on the kitchen island and make a decision where to turn my attention next. Oh boy!