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Thursday, March 10, 2016

Long Lost By Harlan Coben

Myron Bolitar, an agent, sports and otherwise, finds himself involved, once again, with Terese Collins an old flame.   This old flame appears to be willing to cook Myron's goose by embroiling him in an old murder and terrorism.

Coben does a nice job providing Myron with a sense of ambivalence and an over active moral compass.   His rich friend, Win, has no ambivalence and appears to have very little conscience.  He does have an enormous sense of responsibility in regards to his friends.  

The ex-wrestlers that make up Myron's office staff provide a colorful counterpoint to Win's effete and deceiving demeanor and Myron's boy scout attitude.

Lots of action, violence and a good connection to current events.

I highly recommend.

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