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STAY CLOSE

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

The past comes knocking for a former stripper who thought she'd said goodbye to all that in an altogether less-successful distaff reworking of The Innocent (2005).In some ways, the life Megan Pierce left behind when she stopped giving lap dances and calling herself Cassie was perfect: exciting, glamorous and anything but routine. If only her abusive client Stewart Green hadn't vanished under ... Read full review

Review: Stay Close

Editorial Review - Bookreporter.com - Joe Hartlaub

STAY CLOSE is Harlan Coben's 22nd and best novel to date. The fact that it is a standalone work, outside of the universe of the longrunning and popular Myron Bolitar series, will disappoint the many fans that character has acquired over the years, but it shouldn't. STAY CLOSE will have anyone who has ever cracked open a Coben book doing just that: staying close. "The narration hums and dances and ... Read full review


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