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Monthly Archives: September 2012
Stay Close by Harlan Coben My rating: 3 of 5 stars Around 2002, I read Harlan Coben’s tight, well-written suspense Tell No One and immediately became a fan. I was excited to read his Myron Bolitar series, not quite as tight but full of colorful characters and fun. His subsequent books at some point began to meander and get sloppy, so I quit reading them. Until now. My wife bought Stay Close for my kindle, … Continue reading