Stay Close - Harlan Coben Reviews
Description:ISBN 1409112551 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Harlan Coben / Edition: Hardback / Hardcover / 400 Pages / Book is published ... more
Newest Review: ... unwittingly become involved in something he can't at first imagine. It brings him to Megan, or rather, the Megan he used to ... more
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Harlan Coben Stay Close
Edition: Unabridged, Audio CD, Orion
Last Update 20.12.2013 22:39
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by - written on 23/10/13, updated on 23/10/13 (Very useful, 51 readings)
I've read and reviewed a few Coben novels now so I consider myself a fan and was happy to see a new one I hadn't already read in the library a few weeks ago. However, whilst this was still an engaging and enjoyable read, it lacked some of the intrigue and masterful writing I have become accustomed to from Coben. On the cover we're told that this is "The unmissable new thriller from the 'master of the hook-and-twist'" and that it's the 'Number One Bestseller'. There's also a tagline to draw us in: 'Three people. A second chance to put things right'. This falls within the crime thriller genre and is predominantly set in Atlantic City and New Jersey. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/06/13, updated on 27/06/13 (Very useful, 104 readings)
Megan Pierce is a suburban wife and mother of two. Married to a good man, her life is just about perfect. However, Megan is hiding a dark secret about her past and it is one which she can't leave buried. You would think she'd be happy to leave behind her secret past as an exotic dancer where she went by the name of Cassie... but she can't. Something is drawing her back to her dark past in Atlantic City. Ray Levine is a talented photographer. Seventeen years ago he had a promising future and fell in love with 'Cassie', but these days his job sees him making a marginal living pandering to celebrity-obssessed rich kids and drinking too much. Detective ... Read the complete review
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