Stay Close (Paperback)Harlan Coben (author)
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The brilliant SUNDAY TIMES bestseller from 'one of America's masters of the hook, the twist and the surprise ending' LITERARY REVIEW
A suburban wife and mother of two - with a dark and dangerous past.
A promising photographer who now panders to celebrity-obsessed rich kids.
A detective who can't let go of a cold case . . .
Three ordinary people, who discover that when the past refuses to stay buried, the American dream can be a nightmare . . .
Publisher: Orion Publishing Co
Number of pages: 416
Dimensions: 197 x 129 x 27 mm
Harlan Coben specialises in rousing the snake that lurks in the perfectly cut grass of American suburbia. STAY CLOSE brings the secrets and lives of three people into collision. Coben makes you care about them but never neglects a plot that is full of his trademark shocks. * SUNDAY TELEGRAPH *
Coben weaves together the different strands of the narrative skillfully, with plenty of twists and shocks to keep interest piqued... compelling reading, gaining in suspense as the novel draws to its unexpected conclusion * BIG ISSUE IN THE NORTH *
For quite some time, Harlan Coben has been considered one of the master storytellers of the American crime genre, with an infallible hotline to readers' requirements. The solidarity of his unerring grasp of narrative is once again demonstrated in Stay Close... Further proof that Harlan Coben - let's face it - can do no wrong * GOOD BOOK GUIDE *
A stroll in excellent company * SUNDAY EXPRESS *
A classy thriller * BELLA *
In all of his writing he brings a unique voice to stories that entertain and enthrall the reader . . . The story is intense, the characters are interesting, and the writing is magnificent. Coben's talent is in high gear * HUFFINGTON POST *
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I’ve never read a Harlan Coben novel before so I wasn’t entirely sure what to expect although I had a fairly good idea that he writes crime/thriller type novels. Stay Close is something like Harlan Coben’s 23rd novel... More
The trouble with Harlan Coben, I’m finding, is that I know he’s going to have the least likely person carry out the crime or, if not least likely, then the character who has limited page time. And so I’m always... More
Having not read a thriller/mystery novel in a while, I was surprised at how much I enjoyed this book. Coben does well to interweave both past and present, as well as the plot lines of several characters to keep the... More
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