Okinawa, 1974: the Reacher family is assigned to a miliatry base there and is going through their well-established routine of moving into their new home. Reacher's brother, Joe, isn't dealing well with the idea that he'll have to take a placement test to get into school; Reacher is dealing with a neighborhood bully; their mother is in France as her father dies; and his father is in the middle of a crisis of his own.
It's a short story (40 pages in text), but it contains all the hallmarks of a standard Reacher tale, just on a smaller scale. It's sort of cheating, taking a well-established character like Reacher and imagining the mini-version of him. But you know what? This was so fun, I didn't care.
Dick Hill gives a pretty good performance, but his little Reacher and Joe voices are unintentionally amusing and cartoonish. I bet he'd be fun listening to with a full Reacher novel (particularly if it didn't feature kids).
Not a great story, but satisfying. Not a great performance, but satisfying. Gets the job done.