Long Lost

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SIGNET, 2010 - Fiction - 422 pages
64 Reviews
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It begins with an early morning phone call to Myron Bolitar. His old flame Terese Collins is in Paris, and she needs his help. In her debt, Myron makes the trip, and learns of a decade-long secret: Terese once had a daughter who died in a car accident. Now it seems as though that daughter may be alive-and tied to a sinister plot with shocking global implications.

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Fast-paced but far-fetched plot. - LibraryThing
Ending was violent, creepy and thought provoking. - LibraryThing
But the underlying plot is pretty addictive. - LibraryThing
Creepy ending but very good story. - LibraryThing

Review: Long Lost (Myron Bolitar #9)

User Review  - Pat Sul - Goodreads

i like the buddy crime/thriller genre. it is why i like the elvis cole novels - with his pal joe making appearances, or the charlie parker series with angel and louis, being the back up buddies. or ... Read full review

Review: Long Lost (Myron Bolitar #9)

User Review  - Jim - Goodreads

This is the first novel I have read by Harlan Coben, although he has obviously written a great many more (this is Nr. 9 in the Myron Bolitar series). I enjoy Coben's writing and the story of this ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

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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