Came here as a Lee Child fan and was glad he teamed up with Kathy Reichs in 'Faking a Murderer' so Jack Reacher and Temperance Brennan could intersect in one of the three best stories out of the eleven collaborations between a male and a female writer. One of the others was 'Rambo on Their Minds,' a collaboration of David Morrell and Gayle Linds. The other was 'Deserves to be Dead' by John Sandford and Lisa Jackson. Honourable mention goes to the paranormal effort from Diana Gabaldon and Steve Berry, 'Past Prologue' which clearly wins style points for its first person, present tense presentation. 'Taking the Veil' by Eric Van Lustbader and J. A. Jance is the poorest effort due to its dull narrative style.