Saturday, March 29, 2008

Tell No One by Harlan Coben

Tell No One by Harlan Coben

This book was my first experience with Coben and I really enjoyed it. The first chapter grabs you and its hard to put the book down thereafter.

Eight years after his wife was murdered by a serial killer, Beck gets a weird email describing things that only his wife would know. He does as the email says and finds himself staring into a web cam with his wife walking through the streets. Can it really be her? Beck starts to untangle a web of lies and murder and gets in a lot of trouble along the way. This isn't so much a mystery as it is a thriller, which is a genre I've grown to really enjoy. Just when you think you have it figured all out, Coben throws you for another twist! I'm looking forward to reading another Coben book.

First Line: "There should have been a dark whisper in the wind."



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