Required Reading

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Tuesday, September 17, 2013

The Innocent By Harlan Coben




 I have read several of Coben’s Mryon Bolitar books.  This was a departure and a captivating one.   An ex-con finds his life disrupted by unexplained attacks.  



Matt Hunter life is dramatically changed by one nights unforeseen circumstances.   Years later as an ex-con he discovers that the only constant in life is continual change.   Coben does a good job in portraying a man practically overwhelmed by circumstances.  Matt’s faith in his spouse and his own honesty provides him with the necessary resilience to survive a increasingly horrific scenario. 



The plot is intricate and almost confusing.  This is a book that you need to carefully read to keep abreast of the plot.  (pun intended)   There are enough twists and surprises to keep even the most jaded mystery aficionado delirious with delight.   Another hit by Coben who can’t seem to write a stinker. 





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