Monday, February 21, 2011

Book 9 (2011): Tell No One

In this action packed, twisty and turny thriller, Harlan Coben still reveals secrets all the way to the last page, making this the true definition of a "page turner." Tell No One is awesome.

Dr. Beck is working in an inner city clinic, still never having gotten over the death of his wife, 8 years earlier. But a strange email makes him wonder if the love of his life could actually still be alive, somewhere, somehow. He grabs that thread and suddenly a world of bad guys, FBI, friends and enemies all come together, and everything starts to unravel.

This was a great read, really quick but really good. I often forget how much I like Coben's stand alone novels. (He writes a series of thriller with a main character called Myron Bolitar that I'm not a huge fan of). I love his books and wish he would write more independent thrillers. Sometimes it's great to read something fun and easy.

Great plot and I love all the shockers.

(370 pgs)