Search results for tag: Lee Child

Did you enter our Personal competition?

Christmas is almost here and for three lucky winners their Christmas will come earlier than expected with a copy of Personal signed by Lee Child. Are you a winner? Drum roll please… All you had to do to go in the draw was order any book in the Jack Reacher series. The lucky winners are… T.Stonehouse, Warwick, QLD A.Carrol, Tweed Heads, NSW A.Loschiavo, Box Hill South, VIC Personal Jack Re... Read more

by | December 11, 2014

Cover for Jack Reacher’s new book revealed – and this time, it’s Personal

Jack Reacher is back this September for another high octane adventure in Personal, Lee Child’s 19th book in the bestselling series. Little is known of the plot, with Child writing a short teaser on his Facebook page last week: Someone has taken a long-range shot at the French president. Only one man could have done it. And Reacher is the one man who can find him. This time, it’s personal.... Read more

by | February 25, 2014

Never Go Back by Lee Child: Jack Reacher Returns In 2013

‘It’s said that a Jack Reacher novel is bought every four seconds somewhere in the world… Lee Child’s genius has been to create a tough guy hero that men will envy and women will adore’ Daily Express. By addictive bestseller Lee Child, the brand new, action-packed, high-tension Jack Reacher thriller, which sees Reacher, at the end of his long journey, honing in on his target i... Read more

by | August 27, 2013

COMING SOON: A Wanted Man by LEE CHILD + Jack Reacher, the Movie!

Nebraska – and Jack Reacher, huge, hulking and with a freshly busted nose, is still trying to hitch a ride east to Virginia. He’s picked up by three strangers – two men and a woman. Immediately he knows they’re all lying about something – and then they run into a police roadblock on the highway. But they get through. Because the three are innocent? Or because the t... Read more

by | July 5, 2012

Three Authors Offer Advice for Writers: Kirsten Tranter, Tim ‘Rosso’ Ross, and LEE CHILD

I had promised to post a new set of three authors offering writing tips every Friday evening but this is the second third fourth time in a row I have forgotten to do so. Hmmm… Maybe I should just promise to post every Saturday? Or even better, forgo the promise… I know what I’ll do. New announcement: I have long thought the advice offered to aspiring writers in answer to quest... Read more

by | April 14, 2012

A note from Duncan Munro, International Jack Reacher Look-Alike Winner 2010 (Thanks to Random House Australia)

Worth Flying For – Tuesday, 23 November 2010 A man walks into a mystery convention…. Okay, so you enjoy reading the Reacher novels. This fictional character is tall and heavy, I’m tall and heavy, he’s blonde with blue eyes, so am I, he was a cop of sorts for thirteen years and mustered out of the army as an officer, I’m still in the army as an officer and have been a cop... Read more

by | September 6, 2011

Simon Toyne, author of Sanctus, answers Ten Terrifying Questions

The Booktopia Book Guru asks Simon Toyne, author of Sanctus, Ten Terrifying Questions ————————— 1. To begin with why don’t you tell us a little bit about yourself – where were you born? Raised? Schooled? I was born in an out-of-the-way, seaside town called Cleethorpes in the north east of England. I lived there until I was 9 then began... Read more

by | March 29, 2011

Port Mortuary by Patricia Cornwell

OK, it is the time of year for the block buster. Ken Follett is gracing our shores with Fall of Giants, Bryce Courtenay is doing his Christmas thing with Fortune Cookie, Lee Child is Worth Dying For. But what about Ms Cornwell? Well, Our Patricia is back to her brilliant best with Port Mortuary... Read more

by | December 1, 2010

What’s Hot for March – Twilight Graphic Novel, Lee Child, Ian McEwan plus a few surprises

It is always fascinating to see what people are attracted to with Booktopia Buzz. The March Buzz went out yesterday afternoon, and although people tend to read it at their leisure over time, I always like to have a peak at the click-throughs to see what is generating interest, and what is being ordered. Read more

by | February 25, 2010