I have always enjoyed the works of Harlan Coben and this is no exception. The story is intriguing, if somewhat far-fetched; however, the readers are still able to allow themselves to be drawn in. My only complaint is with the reader. While he has a good voice, it did not fit well with the story. Perhaps I was overly influenced by previous readers of Mr Coben's work (such as Scott Brick), but I just couldn't get past this while I was listening. Otherwise, I enjoyed the book a lot.
Definitely some holes in the plot throughout but was entertaining and suspenseful to the end.
daughter of an Oparah fan.
A great audio book for travel. I like to listen while traveling to and from work and I enjoyed the easy to listen and follow story line. Not predictable but also not so many characters that you have to concentrate.
This story revolves around a doctor whose wife died years earlier at the hand of a serial killer. But when the doctor receives an email with information only his wife could have known, the mystery begins. The story was full of great characters and the narrator was fantastic. I will say, however, that the ending totally surprised me and created questions that perhaps were answered earlier, but I just missed.
I loved the guessing twisted story line. it was a good read well worth my time and money. I like the plot twists and would recommend it to a friend