Harlan Coben's latest novel is a typical example of his stand alone work. First, a plot line with so many twists and turns that you'll actually smile at the subterfuge. Second, a cast of likable characters that try to figure out what is happening and why. And third, just when you think it's over, the epilogue adds another twist. Corben's natural tendency to make toward smart and pithy dialogue is also in evidence. His trademark ability to move the plot at a page turning pace makes this a good, if not deep read. Fans of his Myron Bolitar series will note an obscure reference to that body of work, too.

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