Critically acclaimed, best-selling author Harlan Coben has won the Shamus, Anthony, and Edgar Awards during his impressive career.
Tell No One is an irresistibly suspenseful thriller infused with nail-biting tension and packed with shocking plot twists. It has been eight years since Dr. David Beck’s wife, Elizabeth, was murdered by a serial killer. When Beck receives a message containing a phrase only Elizabeth should know, he is tormented to tears. Either someone is playing a sick joke, or the wife he’s never stopped loving is still alive. He’s been warned to tell no one, and as the desperation of his search for the truth intensifies, he heads straight toward a deadly secret.
Coben tempers the drama with dashes of sly humor and a cast of unforgettable characters, including a bare-hands assassin, a glamorous plus-size model and a drug dealer with a soft spot for Dr. Beck. Listeners will relish Ed Sala’s exhilarating narration.
©2001 Harlan Coben (P)2002 Recorded Books, LLC
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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
I enjoyed how loyalty played a large part among the many varied well-developed characters. The background of the character relationships is provided in fragments, just before the reader needs the information to understand the interactions that follow. Promises are kept, even when it is uncomfortable for the character.
I read the mixed reviews for this book, and almost passed it over. I'm glad that I chose to go with my gut. It is a book that I will enjoy re-reading at a later date.
My hands are always busy--I'm always working on something, all day long. Audiobooks keep my mind happily occupied, thankyou Audible.
Harlan Coben is an awesome writer. He weaves warmth and a sense of tenderness into his tales of suspense/danger. He's my new favorite writer. Narration was so-so. Voice sounds too "old" for the characters in this one.
I have a love/hate relationship with books that I can't put down. I love to find them, but hate that I don't want to do anything else. This is one of those books. What else matters?
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