This review is from: Tell No One (Paperback)
This is the first Harlen Coben book I've read, and after enduring a run of poor thrillers such as Simon Kernick's Target and the awful George Dawes Green "Ravens" this was a refreshing change. I've had a dozen of Coben's books sitting on my shelf for the last two years, and I was pleasantly surprised by this tautly paced, well crafted thriller.
Whilst there are elements of the plot which don't really ring true, the overall premise is well executed. The writing is the real stand out - engaging, pacy and possessing that essential "must keep turning the page" quality which is the mark of any good thriller.
Looking forward to reading more of Coben's books now :-)