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Jack Reacher author Lee Child and his brother Andrew show off adjoining homes in Wyoming TOWN they bought, after Andrew took over writing thriller series, triggering fan complaints

  • Lee Child, the celebrated author of the Jack Reacher thriller series, has revealed his luxurious home in the Wyoming town he bought with his brother Andrew
  • The brothers now live in stunning adjoining four-bedroom four- bathroom homes spanning more than 4,000 square feet and worth more than $1 million each 

By Alice Wright For AlertContent.Com

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Lee Child, the celebrated author of the Jack Reacher thriller series, has revealed his luxurious home in the Wyoming town he bought with his brother Andrew. 

Child, 68, also known as James Dover Grant, hails from Coventry and later Birmingham in the UK but has made the US his home since moving there in 1998. 

After finding roaring success with his writing Child and his brother bought the entire town of Tie Siding in Wyoming. 

They now live in stunning adjoining homes, both worth more than $1 million, according to property website Zillow’s estimates. 

Both properties are four bedrooms and four bathrooms spanning more than 4,000 square feet.

After finding roaring success with his writing Child (left) and his brother Andrew (right) bought the entire town of Tie Siding in Wyoming

Child’s log-cabin style home features a large stone fireplace visibly reaching up past the open second floor balcony

Both properties are four bedrooms and four bathrooms spanning more than 4,000 square feet

The neighboring homes, in the foothills of the Rockies, are concealed by a long dirt road.

Child’s log-cabin style home features a large stone fireplace visibly reaching up past the open second floor balcony. 

Exposed stone also features in the kitchen, topped with marble.  

The property has a wrap-around porch on both the first and second floors. 

Backing onto a nature reserve their land is filled with wildlife, moose occasionally peer through their windows, Andrew told the Washington Post. 

‘I love the outdoors. I’m not a huge participant in it. I mean, I’ll take a stroll, I like to be out amongst it. And I certainly like to look at it,’ Lee said.

‘It gets you over your suburban or urban perfectionism.’

The brothers also share a warehouse where they store their cars, including Andrew’s yellow electric pickup truck and Lee’s Chevy. 

The literary brothers Andrew, left and Lee, right, now live in stunning adjoining homes, both worth more than $1 million

The brother’s joint study, where they collaborate creatively, has wood beams, wooden planked flooring and ceiling and large windows looking out at the trees and surrounding fields

The property has a wrap-around porch on both the first and second floors

The brothers also share a warehouse where they store their cars, including Andrew’s yellow electric pickup truck and Lee’s Chevy

Child also addressed the controversy that occurred after he abandoned the Reacher series after the 24th book, and allowed his brother to take over the writing of it going forward. 

Explaining the moment he realized he did not want to write any more of the series he said, ‘it could’ve been just the briefest, passing feeling. 

‘But it happened two times,’ he said, ‘and I thought, don’t try and bulldoze through it. Don’t ignore it. Don’t make excuses for yourself. This is what you worried about.’

The brother’s joint study, where they collaborate creatively, has wood beams, wooden planked flooring and ceiling and large windows looking out at the trees and surrounding fields. 

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