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In David Beck, Harlan Coben, the author of the popular series starring sports agent Myron Bolitar (Darkest Fear et al.) has created a protagonist who shares many of Bolitar's best qualities--he's a decent, generous, gentle guy whose loyalty to those he loves is unquestionable. So when he discovers that people he was close to may be responsible not only for Elizabeth's murder but also the "accidental" death of his father, Beck's sense of betrayal is as understandable to the reader as his uncharacteristically violent reaction. Coben is a skillful storyteller with a gift for creating likable characters caught up in circumstances that illuminate their complex emotional lives and deep humanity. This should be the thriller that breaks this talented writer out of the mystery genre and earns him the recognition he deserves. --Jane Adams --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Thought it was great. Didn't want to put it down once I started reading it. Wish there were more books like this one. Excellent.Published 7 days ago by Patricia L. Hanger
I enjoyed this book,it had a lot of twists to it. I liked the way it was written it kept my interest.Published 11 days ago by Joyce V. Brown
I loved the character development and the way the author put you right inside the main characters thoughts. You could feel the ache of Dr. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Kindle Customer
I finished it, but I had to skim to get through it. Such bad writing. A painful read. Watch the movie instead.Published 14 days ago by vkv
I define books by 'beach' read, 'airplane' read and 'weekend' read. Beach means a book so boring that you read a few lines and you easily get distracted. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Emme