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Written on: 10/10/2009
Just one Harlan Coben the best crime writer of the my century… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/08/2009 by Janet Lewison (43 reviews written)
'I see my father with that shovel.'
Harlan Coben opens his bestselling crime novel The Woods with this disturbing recollection. Significantly it is 'that shovel' and as we accompany the protagonist 'Cope' through his difficult confrontations with his past, which is fraught with betrayals, Soviet barbarism, mistaken identity and death, we gradually realise how ironically appropriate the opening line might be. What is the father digging for? Who is his trying to resurrect bone by bone? Actions… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/11/2008
I loved the way the way the different stories intermingled. This book is one that I could read over and over again and have! It is one of the few crime books that has literally kept me on the edge of my seat… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/03/2007 by Harriet Klausner (18660 reviews written)
Dutton, Apr 2007, $26.95
At a summer camp, with their counselors preoccupied with one another, four teenagers snuck into the woods at night never to return. Two were found dead (Doug Billingham and Margot Green); two vanished, but are assumed dead (Gil Perez and Camille Copeland); all victims of the Summer Slasher serial killer. No one was caught as two families mourned their loss but were able to obtain some closure with funerals; the other two… Read Full Review
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Charmed To Death
Avon, Apr 2006, $6.99, 304 pp.
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Written by Harriet Klausner
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