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Andy Martin is a former fellow of the Cullman Center for Scholars and Writers at the New York Public Library. A native of Britain, he lectures at the University of Cambridge for the Department of French. He is the author of "Waiting for Bardot, The Boxer and the Goalkeeper, Walking on Water, The Knowledge of Ignorance, Stealing the Wave, "and" Napoleon the Novelist."
[Andy] Martin, an unabashed fan of [Lee] Child s work, conveys his excitement at hanging out with Child. "Publishers Weekly" "" In more than seventy tight vignettes . . . Child, his backstory, and his work come alive. Martin s irrepressible glee about the project is infectious. Recommended for fans of Child s work or aspiring novelists who could benefit from an insider s view of the messy, complicated, and transcendent act of writing. "Library Journal" Amazingly enjoyable and genuinely enlightening, largely because Lee Child is as thoughtful and as amusing as you d think from reading his great thrillers. "Sullivan County Democrat" An unusual entry in the annals of literary biography . . . fascinating . . . I could not stop reading. Sarah Weinman, "The Crime Lady" One-of-a-kind . . . It s funny, serious, a kind of mock-heroic and heroic together. It s quizzical and respectful, sophisticated and self-deprecating. Professor Dame Gillian Beer Andy Martin is no mere Reacher Creature, as fans of Lee Child s Jack Reacher are known. He s something of a Reacher Teacher. Martin s book is the perfect accompaniment to all things Reacher. It explores, it explains, and it entertains. Like a detective novel, "Reacher Said Nothing" takes you down alleys and lanes and streets cast in shadow but the journey isn t urban, it s in the boulevards and byways between your own ears. Andy s writing is a brainiac s delight. Sam Fussell, author of "Muscle""