Lee Child is the author of twenty-four New York Times bestselling Jack Reacher thrillers, with fifteen having reached the #1 position, and the #1 bestselling complete Jack Reacher story collection, No Middle Name. Foreign rights in the Reacher series have sold in one hundred territories. A native of England and a former television director, Lee Child lives in New York City. Andrew Child, who also writes as Andrew Grant, is the author of RUN, False Positive, False Friend, False Witness, Invisible, and Too Close to Home. Child and his wife, the novelist Tasha Alexander, live on a wildlife preserve in Wyoming.
"I loved The Sentinel! Classic Reacher, great story. Brilliant, brilliant, brilliant. I do love the spare writing style, the descriptions, Reacher's responses to threats. Joyous stuff. I hope there will be many more Reachers to come."--Conn Iggulden
"It's great to be back in [Reacher's] company in a world where the bad guys get what's coming to them. . . . A smooth transition for a much-loved character."--The Observer "As always, the bad guys--this time, Russian spies and American-Nazi thugs--discover too late that they are no match for Reacher. Despite the change in authors, the writing remains tight and the non-stop action is as propulsive as ever."--Associated Press "As ever, [Reacher is] the sole, unrivalled champion of the average man."--Daily Mail "Fresh, perfectly plotted, and packed with action, The Sentinel is one of the year's best, must-read thrillers."--The Real Book Spy "It's terrific. . . . The story is just as powerful. . . . Brutal action mixes with keen-eyed detective work as Reacher metes out his own brand of justice. . . . If this novel is a harbinger of what's to come, then Jack is in good hands."--Booklist (starred review) "Much of The Sentinel is humorous as Reacher patiently teaches bad guys about the flaws in their tactics. While there's lots of action, the novel also feels like a procedural as Reacher interviews suspects and delves deeper toward the truth. . . . [The Sentinel has] one of the most inventive action sequences in recent memory. . . . It continues the series without any sense that there's now a coauthor. In a year of drastic change, fans will welcome the consistency."--Publishers Weekly