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by Harlan Coben
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Home Harlan Coben Stay Close. Not ye. His hand felt cool against her skin. She closed her eyes and enjoyed his touch. A tear ran down her cheek.
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Harlan Coben follows four consecutive New York Times bestsellers with a stand-alone thriller in the vein of his beloved breakout novels Caught and Hold Tight. Megan is a suburban soccer mom who once upon a time walked on the wild side. Now she's got two kids.
If readers truly appreciated the man, he’d have four or five times that many books in print. Until now I was one of those who did not appreciate him.
Stay Close Coben’s title describes perfectly how the suspense in this tour-de-force stand-alone works. It stays close in an unbelievably sustained way, giving the reader a steady steam of jolts and sinking feelings, as Coben’s three main characters face danger from without and from their own tricky psyches. These three characters are mired in the past. They all got stuck there when a family man with a secret life went missing 17 years ago. Ray is a former AP photojournalist who has become a drunk and a professional bottom-feeder as a photographer for a service that hires fake paparazzi.
Carlosfranco says: Harlan Coben books as as plentiful as leaves of grass where I live-garage sales, second hand bookstores, Goodwill, etc.
tly let me down-I thought that might solve the "mystery" of the number of his books I keep coming across. However I must now admit I may have to revise my thinking a little. Though far from perfect Stay Close did have a lot of really good twists and turns. I totally did not see the killer's identity even though it was staring me in the face.
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Coben Harlan Harlan Coben. 1. Sometimes, in that split second when Ray Levine snapped a picture and lost the world in the strobe from his flashbulb, he saw the blood.
Harlan Coben Stay close 1 Sometimes, in that split second when Ray Levine snapped a picture and lost the world in the strobe from his flashbulb, he saw the blood.
Before she let Broome start going into details, she’d called a few of the stay-at-home mothers
Before she let Broome start going into details, she’d called a few of the stay-at-home mothers.
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