Matt Hunter went to prison nine years ago after a brawl at a frat party that went bad. Now an ex-con, he lives in New Jersey with his newly pregnant wife. After she leaves on a short business trip, he gets a call on his cell phone from his wife. It's a picture of a man waving at him. Then a minute later, he receives another call. This time, it's video footage of a woman who looks like his wife in a blonde wig sitting on a hotel bed. Is his wife cheating on him? She won't return his calls, and then he notices someone is following him. Thus begins an outstanding thriller. It's fast pace never lets up, and the reader is always caught off guard. Revelation after revelation and you're still stunned. But, as with all Harlan Coben thrillers, it all fits nicely into place in the end. This is truly one of the best thrillers I've read. It's right up there with my favorite thriller of all: Coben's "Tell No One." Highly recommended!
I bought a set of Harlan Coben's books at a bargain price some time ago but never got around to reading them as I much prefer British authors. However I decided to take the plunge and was pleasantly surprised and really enjoyed this book. If I had any criticism it would be that in real life, not everyone is super stunning which seems to be something that male American authors believe. My other complaint is that the font of the book was very small and difficult to read in bed at night - but this did not affect the 5 stars I gave the book.