Tell No One – Book Review

This is my first Harlan Coben book, which I really enjoyed.  The book is written from the point of view of Beck, a paediatrician, whose wife had been murdered 8 years previously. The intrigue starts right from the first chapter when Beck appears to receive emails from his deceased wife. The pace is fast with short chapters, but each adding a twist to the story. The book is a page turner and I finished it in a couple of sessions. One negative point: the final twist was not really necessary and was at odds with the narrator’s point of view which had been consistent up to that point. Despite this, it still deserves 5 stars.

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