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Tue July 17, 2007
Joe Donahue speaks with Lee Child 7-16
Albany, NY – From Clint Eastwood's westerns to Batman, the mysterious yet helpful stranger is a powerful and recurring force in American culture. Novelist Lee Child has made a career of telling stories about this archetype, writing about former military policeman Jack Reacher, who wanders America solving mysteries and helping others.
Bad Luck and Trouble, by Lee Child.
Published by Dell.