An Evening with Lee Child at St. James’s Church Piccadilly

Lee Child will be joining us to celebrate the publication of his latest Jack Reacher novel 'Blue Moon', alongside the publication of his first work of non-fiction 'The Hero'.

Waterstones, London

Thursday 21st November, 2019 @ 7:00 pm

  • Book signing
  • In Conversation
  • Questions & Answers


About the Event

The 24th novel featuring ex-military policeman, Jack Reacher, Blue Moon is set in a nameless city, where two ruthless rival criminal gangs one Albanian, the other Ukranian are competing for control. In the next highly anticipated installment of the bestselling authors acclaimed suspense series, Jack Reacher comes to the aid of an elderly couple . . . and confronts his most dangerous opponents yet.

In his first work of non-fiction The Hero, Lee explores the endurance of heroes from Achilles to Bond, showing us how this age-old myth is a fundamental part of what makes us human. Allowing readers a glimpse into Lee's private thoughts and world, this brilliantly argued essay promises and delivers a behind-the-scenes explanation of the values which helped Child to build Jack Reacher.

Lee Child is the recipient of many awards, most recently the CWA's Diamond Dagger for a writer of an outstanding body of crime fiction. It is estimated that one of Lee's books is sold every nine seconds.Lee will be interviewed by Stig Abell, the editor of the TLS and Front Row presenter.

This event will include a signing with Lee Child. Exclusive ahead-of-publication copies of The Hero will also be available for purchase on the night.

Venue Information

203/206 Piccadilly
United Kingdom
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About the Book

Blue Moon
Blue Moon

Lee Child

Publisher:Transworld Publishers Ltd

Publication date:29 Oct 2019


3.45 out of 5
5 reviews
"Jack Reacher battles through his best caper for a while"
The Times
"provides a satisfying climax and leaves you breathless, glad to be alive in a wicked world"
Evening Standard
"As always, Child gets a charge out of flaunting Reacher’s impressive build, but he’s also unafraid to show his hero’s softer side"
The New York Times
"While the multiple set-piece face-offs start to pall a little, it is tremendously comforting to be in the hands of Child and his hero"
The Observer
"exploits are proficiently recounted and a topical theme is unfurled"
The Sunday Times

'This is one of his best' - The TimesJack Reacher is back in a brand new white-knuckle read from Lee Child. But they hadn't counted on Jack Reacher arriving on their patch.As the mugger makes his move, Reacher steps in. He's vulnerable, scared, and clearly in big, big trouble. Will Reacher be in time to stop bad things happening?