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  • A mystery with twists

    Set in New Jersey, the plot of this book centres on the disappearance of two teenagers. Wilde, a loner in his late 30's, lives in the woods, having been abandoned there as a young boy. Raised by a foster family, he became close to a local boy, David (now deceased) and has remained close to David’s mother Hester and her grandson Matthew. When Matthew seeks Wilde’s help to find a missing classmate, Wilde, along with Hester, a prominent attorney, investigate. Readers will find some surprises at the end of the story. A very good read!

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  • Awesome

    A quick, fast paced read. Gave me good chills at the end.

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  • Hester takes the stage

    This was fantastic! I have been a Harlan Coben fan for a very long time. Since finding his work, I have worked my way through his backlist and always eagerly await each new release. I was really excited to start reading this book and had pretty high expectations. Coben did not disappoint! I found this to be quite the page-turner and was completely entertained until the final page. This book is a stand-alone but readers who are familiar with Coben's books will recognize one of the key characters, Hester Crimstein. I was delighted to see Hester step into the spotlight. She has been a great character that would show up for a scene or two in various other books but she really shined in one of the leading roles in this book. There were a few nods to other books and characters that Coben fans will appreciate as well. Hester is a criminal attorney who is well known as a result of her television show. When her grandson asks her to look into the disappearance of his classmate, Naomi Pine. Hester enlists the help of a man she has known since he was found in the woods as a boy, Wilde. Wilde knows the woods like no one else and tends to look at things in a unique manner and quickly finds himself very involved in the things going on in his small town. I found this book to be quite exciting. There were several different threads that wove their way throughout the story and I enjoyed seeing how everything fit together. I love the way that Coben is able to keep me guessing until the very end and this book was no exception. I do have to say that a couple of things felt a little too convenient but that would be my only complaint and it is very minor. I would highly recommend this book to others. I had a great time with this book. I thought that the characters were well done, the mystery was captivating, and there were plenty of twists and turns to keep things interesting. I cannot wait to read more of Coben's work and hope to see more of Hester and Wilde in future books. I received a review copy of this book from Grand Central Publishing.

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  • Certainly NOT his best work. This book was really

    Certainly NOT his best work. This book was really disappointing. It was not even believable. Thr plot line wandered aimlessly about. Characters were too numerous and not well developed. Certainly NOT worth the $19.00 i paid for it online...! A good writer delivering a bad product.

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  • Harlan Coben is the best

    Loved the characters and hope to see them in more of his future books. Loved the character from Run Away was in the ending. It was a great mystery that kept me quessing to the end. The only thing I hated was that I finished the book and now have to wait a year to read his next book.

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