I'm really starting to like this series. I had the fourth book in the series, Running Blind, on audio for several months before I got around to listening to it fully, and it took me 2 tries to actually get into, and finish it. The first time, I think I got frustrated with one of the characters, or it moved to slowly so I gave it up, but the second time, I stuck with it, and found I got intrigued with where it was going. Since then, I've read the first 3 books, along with various other ones I could get my hands on for cheap. I'm liking them more and more, and I believe I'm getting a crush on Mr. Reacher..other then the fact he seems to lack a bit in the personal care area. If you haven't heard of the series, Jack Reacher is ex military police and basically now goes and does anything he wants. He has no possessions, no family, and no ties to anyone. He pretty much travels around the country as he sees fit while all sorts of scary and dangerous situations fall in his lap, and of course he always seems to have the skills to deal with them and save whoever needs saving. Jack Reacher seems to know everything, (especially guns), and knows how to do everything. He's a "man's man"...(Who needs Perry Mason?).
Lee Child's The Killing Floor (Jack Reacher series book 1)
Currently reading Tess Gerritson's The Keepsake