Unlike the other Reacher stories, very early on I found myself questioning one particular character and suspecting him to be the rat in the ointment. Usually I am in the dark until almost the end ... this time, it seems, I was right on track. Nevertheless, as with all the other Reacher stories I've read thus far, I could not put it down until it was done. My only issue was the cliffhanger ending - most unusual and caused me to go looking for #15 straight away. Nevermind that it was 3 in the morning, I *had* to know what happened.
Note that it isn't necessary to read 61 Hours
before reading Worth Dying For
; but if you've read 61 Hours
I guarantee you'll want to go get Worth Dying For