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Home - Harlan Coben

I’ve been waiting 5 years for this book, granted for most of that time it didn’t exist but i had hoped for another book in the Myron bolitar series. 415 more words


Review: Home by Harlan Coben

I slipped into hyperbole earlier this year when I reviewed Harlan Coben’s Fool Me Once. Deservedly so, upon reflection. I stand by it.  This isn’t an apology for my extensive praise. 568 more words

Book Review

Building Relationships

Congratulations Susan Brownell! You won the swag giveaway and book from the contest yesterday. Please send your contact information to Sherryharrisauthor@gmail.com! Thanks to all who entered. 849 more words

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Coban, Harlan: Fool Me Once (2016)

Since the oppressing grey of autumn seems to be here to stay now, I want to use this post to remind myself of warmer, sunnier times – it’s time to review another beach (or in my case rather lakeside) read! 848 more words


HOME ... Between the covers

Coming new to an established series happens more often than you might think to book reviewers, and so it is with this book. It has taken me ten previous novels to catch up with Harlan Coben’s… 655 more words


HOME by Harlan Coben

Patrick and Rhys, two young boys from wealthy families went missing ten years before the night that Win, a relative of Rhys who prides himself on keeping his emotions under control but has no trouble with violence when provoked, spots Patrick in near the tracks at Kings Crossing, a seedy area where prostitution and drugs are rampant. 257 more words