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It's been a while since we first met Lee Child's Jack Reacher in Killing Floor. Fifteen years and sixteen novels later, Reacher still lives off the grid, until trouble finds him, and then he does whatever it takes, much to the delight of listeners and the dismay of villains. Now someone big is looking for him. Who? And why? Hunting Jack Reacher is a dangerous business, as FBI Special Agents Kim Otto and Carlos Gaspar are about to find out. Otto and Gaspar are by-the-book hunters who know when it's necessary to break the rules, but they Don't Know Jack. Reacher is a stone cold killer. Is he their friend or their enemy? Only the secrets hidden in Margrave, Georgia will tell them. Is Reacher a wanted man?
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©2012 Diane Capri (P)2013 StoneHouse Audio
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1 out of 5 stars
By A Stone on 01-06-2017

dont waste time with this book dont waste time lis

dont waste time with this story much better stories and authors around b b b

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5 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 03-06-2017


Loved it. Had read the book and now listened to it. Audio version better. Excellent.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Diana on 12-08-2014

Don't Assume You Know SERIES of 4 REVIEW

Where to begin:

Well it had to do with Jack Reacher so I had to get it - right?!

Well this came out as an Ebook in 2012. I don't have a kindle but got in that format on my iphone, ever try to read a book on a 4s?! I got to about chapter 25 and realized I needed to re-read The Killing Floor. So I re-read TKF but never started the ebook again.

Then audible got 4 of the 5 in this Hunt For Jack Reacher Series so of course I got all 4 at once. the list is a bit confusing so go to Capris site for the order. Its book, short story, short story, book.

Unless you have a perfect memory you will have to re-read all the Reacher books to follow this series-stop right there-finish my review then consider. (well thats what I thought initially-at least re-read TKF)

I of course remembered TKF-Margrave, Joe, Roscoe, Blind Blake-but the details no.

So now lets start with The Hunt for our friend Jack: 2 FBI agents are tasked with finding Reacher. They are given a vague reason: needing him for a special project. As is typical in many books and tv/film these FBI agents, especially Gaspar, are narrow minded-one track mind kind of agents. They see Reachers stats: 6'5" & 250, off the grid since 1997 etc. and think the worst. They must be after him because he's a bad guy , a fugitive.

I had to step back for a moment and pretend I didn't know Reacher-what would I think. I used to be an investigator so i felt i could do that, but yet with that vague description and knowing he ran a special investigative unit in the military police I still wouldn't have assumed the worst. But Gaspar, well you get the idea that I don't like him at all. Kim Otto is a tad, and only a tad more receptive to an alternative.

Any way back to The Killing Floor, you probably should re-read it. So Otto & Gaspar start in Margrave where you expect them to start when looking for Reacher. The story is OK, it feeds you answers slowly, frustratingly. I mean come on Roscoe just cough up the info. Interesting supposition is brought up - one that many of us Reacher fans have probably thought of throughout the Reacher series (sorry no spoilers here :) Anyway 8 hours later and you are into #2 which is a short story ( exactly 1 hour long) Jack In The Box. Here is where if you are like me, a die hard Reacher fan, the disappointment sets in. Susan Duffy (from #7 Persuader) comes in at the end.

You would think-assume from the series name that the search will take you from the Killing Floor to Die Trying Chicago to Montana) to Trip Wire (Key West to New York) get the picture. But you would be wrong. Jack in the Box is mainly about back ground on Otto it seems. Some file searching and meeting and that's it. Susan Duffy makes another brief appearance. Then it's on to Jack and Kill and to Virginia. A drone has captured Reacher-must have been looking for him. The kidnapper nanny's car has cameras in it (really). The surveillance equipment info seems a bit far-fetched but .... So we have skipped 15-16 years of what I expected to be following Reacher through his adventures, to Reacher being Reacher rescuing a woman. Needless to say I am disappointed.

So it's on to Get Back Jack, #4 and a book (8+ hours this time). And at least we are getting into some old friends NAMES ONLY for now- Neagley, Dixon, and ever so briefly mentions his buddies from Bad Luck and Trouble (Sanchez, Franz, Orozco, Swan).

There is a #5 jack in the Green, which as of 8-12-14 is not on Audible. But it ventures to Florida and starts to combine with Capri's other series Hunt for Justice. Since the new Reacher book isnt due until September and sounds like Reacher goes to France and not Tampa. So where is Capri's Hunt for Jack Reacher going? Wouldn't the 2 authors wind up having Reacher in the same place, not venturing off in two different directions? Maybe I am missing something (feel free to straighten me out - PLEASE) After all Reacher is Lee Child's character. Well anyway..... I will continue to read but its not what I was hoping for.

Oh and narrator, well her interpretation of Gaspar's voice is terrible, I mean terrible. She shouldn't tried to do a male voice.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Harry Boyle on 25-12-2013

I maybe in the minority but I liked the concept

Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

This is not a Lee Child book but it is not trying to be one. The references to the 6'5" Jack Reacher and the last impression from the book were fine.

What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?

I liked the intelligence of the main character. Her part was well written. It is always interesting to see how the case is figured out. Her number 2 character also contrasted well with the leads style.

What aspect of StorytellerProductions and Kelley Hazen ’s performance would you have changed?

Hazen as one reviewer stated started of in a robotic form but as I listened I thought she did a decent job with the material.

Could you see Don't Know Jack being made into a movie or a TV series? Who should the stars be?

There are millions of Lee Child readers. I could see this one being produced. Who would have ever pictured little Tom Cruise being cast as Reacher in last years movie. Probably no one. The movie was decent even with him playing the lead. With the right lead this one works.

Any additional comments?

When this one ended I hoped there would be a second book.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Ian Macdonald on 01-12-2013

On the reacher bandwagon

What did you like best about Don't Know Jack? What did you like least?

Narrator very robotic and no feeling at all, story was ok but it was just a jump on the reacher bandwagon, no reacher involvement as such but some clever ties to reacher stories, don't buy this expecting a reacher standard, plot very contrived and not all thatwell tied up to finish

Would you ever listen to anything by Diane Capri again?

Probably not

Would you be willing to try another one of StorytellerProductions and Kelley Hazen ’s performances?


If this book were a film would you go see it?


Any additional comments?

Could have been so much better

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4 of 4 people found this review helpful

4 out of 5 stars
By elizabeth on 30-07-2014

No sure

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

I'd say try it

Would you be willing to try another book from Diane Capri? Why or why not?

yes, Im a gluton

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?


Any additional comments?

I think its a brilliant idea to use another fictional charactor as the focus for a story

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