Jack Reacher went down to Georgia, to see a Jazz muscian, and within ten minutes, he was arrested for murder. He and another man are thrown in jail for a weekend, and in that time, are nearly killed twice. Reacher gets out of jail, and proves that he couldn't have killed one of the men, because one of them is his brother, Joe Reacher.
Reacher finds on his brother a piece of a paper that says E Unum Puberius, which means out of the one comes many. The sherif that arrested Reacher is soon found dead, and the man Reacher went to jail with goes missing.
Reacher knows something big is going on.With the help of two police officers, Reacher uncovers a conterfeting scam.
The review of this Book prepared by Ryan
Karen Murphy on 4/11/2014 3:09:17 PM says: I am a huge fan of Lee Child. Reading many of his novels. I enjoyed reading this book. It gets the blood flowing and has a very good plot. Child tends to keep the reader captivated form the first to the last page. The Killing Floor is in my book collection. As I tend to treat my books as friends and reread them. And always treating approaching it and taking interest in it like a new friend whom you have just met.