Seconds Away

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Orion Books Limited, Oct 1, 2012 - Suspense fiction - 352 pages
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Having ended the Edgar Award-nominated Shelter with a jaw-dropping cliffhanger, Coben picks up Mickey's story right where it left off in this suspenseful new adventure. Mickey and his loyal new friends, sharp-witted Ema and adorably charming Spoon, once again find themselves in over their heads on the hunt for missing pieces to a puzzle they have yet to understand. As the mystery surrounding Mickey's dad's death unfolds, he soon learns that they may be in more danger than they could have ever imagined.

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Writing Style: The writing is nothing special. - Goodreads
The pace of Seconds Away varied. - Goodreads
I really enjoyed the plot of this novel. - Goodreads
A key strength of both books is the characterisation. - Goodreads
What we have here is a page turner! - Goodreads

Review: Seconds Away (Mickey Bolitar #2)

User Review  - Gigi Ann - Goodreads

My Thoughts... This is the first book I've read by this author, Harlan Coben. This month our library is having a "Blind Date With a Book" event. This was the book I received to take home and read. I ... Read full review

Review: Seconds Away (Mickey Bolitar #2)

User Review  - Alice Of Wonderland - Goodreads

The cover is just fascinating! It makes you wonder what is going to happen in the book. Does it have something to do with fire? This is the second book in the series. The series: "Mickey Bolitar" Like ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Harlan Coben was born in Newark, New Jersey on January 4, 1962. After graduating from Amherst College as a political science major, he worked in the travel industry in a company owned by his grandfather. He writes the Myron Bolitar series and Mickey Bolitar series. His other works include Gone for Good, The Innocent, The Woods, Hold Tight, Caught, Stay Close, Seconds Away and Six Years. Tell No One was turned into the multiple award-winning 2006 French film Ne le Dis ā Personne. He is the first author to win the Edgar Award, Shamus Award, and Anthony Award.

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