Required Reading

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Thursday, February 16, 2017

The Stranger By Harlan Coben

Lies and then more lies some so self serving they end up denying the existence of others.   Coben sets the stage with a deluded vigilante group that stuns a lawyer into lawlessness.

Blackmail and deceit fuel the fires of this story.   Coben once again tightens the strings of tension by the disappearance of a loved one.   Adam, the husband, does his best to find his missing wife and discovers the stranger has disrupted far more lives than his own. 

Again I will state that Coben has a twisty mind. I like how he is able to keep the excitement going throughout the book while keeping the tension tight.  His ability to hide the true perpetrators is truly masterful.

I recommend.

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