4 Sep
Signet/a Penguin Random House Company 2014 Paperback 428 pages Fiction suspense

Signet/a Penguin Random House Company 2014
Paperback 428 pages
Fiction suspense

OK, so I’m back with good ole’ Harlan Coben again.

Started reading something else but my mind kept wandering the way it does when you’re really not ‘into’ the read, but just eager to be. Anyway, Coben was on the nightstand. Waiting. He knew it was just a matter of time before my eyes would leave the page I was on and see him there. It didn’t take long, but then he knew that. I took hold of him and turned to page one, and by the time I noticed the ache in my back, I was well past page 100. I groaned. Slipped the bookmark between the pages and looked out the window. The half moon lit up the sky and stars were winking. Still night.


I decided Coben would have to wait. I fell into the darkness. Into the sleep that lingered. Four hours later, I was reading again. Deja vu. Coben had written a boiler-plate story with basically the same plot as Tell No One. Was this his MO? Is this the reason he churns out so many books, one after another? I didn’t care. I was on the run again trying to find the love of my life and someone didn’t want me to find her. They wanted me dead. Another 100 or so pages. Coben knows how to keep me reading. Boiler-plate be damned.


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