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My daughter is always really good at figuring out whoever did it, but I'm not usually able to do that in a well written novel. Read morePublished 1 hour ago by Barbara Hyatt
Very different from the other books in the series in terms of the plot. Still written very well with a combination of suspense, action and humor.Published 2 days ago by dukelion21
Great continuation of the Myron Bolitar series. This one has less of Win and Esperanza, and the story is a bit different, but a good addition none the less.Published 17 days ago by another know it all
Excellent author who writes a good story, for some reason he has revived his Myron Bolitar and friends series but transported them to a universe of superlatives - international... Read morePublished 28 days ago by D. Donovan
Love, love, love the Myron Bolitar series!! I had to read one right after the other. Only one more book to go :( You can bet I'll savor it.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I think Harlen Coben's Myron Bolitar is a charming character, but I think the books move slowly and not too much happens. Lots of conversation. Not bad. An entertaining read.Published 1 month ago by Gertrude M. Thomason
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|Bring back Jonathan Marosz for Myron on CD!||
Losing Jonathan Marosz was like losing a lifetime of friendships! I actually listened to all of the first seven books in three weeks, one right after the other, laughing out loud and weeping in all the right places. Mr. Coben is a fabulous writer but Mr. Marosz doubled with author's impact with... Read More
Oct 2, 2009 by Kathy | See all 112 posts
|how to rate book without review||
This is a really stupid move Amazon. I've always shopped first at amazon, but I'm going to reconsider that now. I don't like being treated like a child and restricted from using options that would obviously benefit me because a stupid executive wanted to encourage more review-writing. No... Read More
Oct 20, 2011 by ChaseBase | See all 47 posts
|Amazon's Kindle Edition's Price is trying to rip you off!||
Thanks for bringing this up. I've been wondering, too. I first noticed a big hike in prices with Michael Wolff's "The Man Who Owns the News," for which I paid (sorry after I read it) $19.99. Now it's Harlan Coben ($15.37) and Robert Parker's new "Night and Day" for $14.01!... Read More
Feb 28, 2009 by N. B. Jackson | See all 35 posts
|Change of narration||
This was the first time that a Myron book was written in the first person. For me, I preferred the third person narration.
Nov 16, 2010 by Kindle Customer | See all 7 posts
|reader to audiobook (CD)?||
Quite often there are different readers for abridged and unabridged.
While I know Jonathan Marosz reads the unabridged, I'm not sure about the unabridged version.
Sep 9, 2010 by Steve B | See all 3 posts
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