10 Aug
Dell/a division of Random House, Inc. 2001 Paperback 307 pages Thriller-suspense fiction

Dell/a division of Random House, Inc. 2001
Paperback 307 pages
Thriller-suspense fiction

Whilst I’m waiting for The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman to arrive, I’ve been reading one of my ‘filler’ books: Tell No One. This is one thrill of a ride, I tell you, with zigs and zags so fast that the reader doesn’t see them coming.  This is a first person and a third person telling that never loses momentum. Coben writes in a smooth underbelly frantic tone, and doesn’t miss a beat.

“For Dr. David Beck, the loss was shattering. And every day for the past eight years, he has relived the horror of what happened. The gleaming lake. The pale moonlight. The piercing screams. The night his wife was taken. The last night ….. Suddenly Beck is taunted by the impossible-that somewhere, somehow, Elizabeth is alive……” Goodreads/in part

I’ve always liked Coben’s style of writing. Straight forward; suspenseful; pull-the-reader-in from the first word and don’t let go ‘til the last word. This is a very good summer beach read.


6 Responses to “CURRENTLY READING”

  1. thewanderingbookmark August 10, 2014 at 8:59 p08 #

    I enjoyed The Ocean at the End of the Lane, you won’t disappointed.

    • WORDMAN August 10, 2014 at 8:59 p08 #

      Thanks for the comment Wandering, and welcome.

  2. Cathy746books August 10, 2014 at 8:59 p08 #

    My favourite Coben, it is a masterclass is the art of the twist and the movie adaptation is great too. Nice to see that someone else thinks of Coben as ‘filler’ read 😉

    • WORDMAN August 10, 2014 at 8:59 p08 #

      I am enjoying it very much!

  3. Chris Sullivan August 25, 2014 at 8:59 p08 #

    I loved the French film based on Harlan Coben’s book. Probably one of the best thrillers of the last ten years.


  1. TELL NO ONE | WORDMAN - August 11, 2014

    […] Like I said, a good summer beach read! […]

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