Long Lost

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Thorndike Press, 2010 - Fiction - 459 pages
A New York Times Bestseller -- Myron Bolitar hasn't heard from Terese Collins since their torrid affair ended ten years ago, so her desperate phone call from Paris catches him completely off guard. In a shattering admission, Terese reveals the tragic story behind her disappearance -- her struggles to get pregnant, the greatest moment of her life when her baby was born... and the fatal accident that robbed her of it all: her marriage, her happiness and her beloved only daughter. Now a suspect in the murder of her ex-husband in Paris, Terese has nowhere else to turn for help. Myron heeds the call. But then a startling piece of evidence turns the entire case upside down, laying bare Terese's long-buried family secrets... and the very real possibility that her daughter may still be alive.

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User Review  - mitabird - LibraryThing

I think Harlan Coben is a very talented author and I absolutely love his Myron Bolitar series. The book was well-written and I loved the interactions between the characters. However, the plot of Long ... Read full review

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Myron Bolitar has found himself in a settled and grounded relationship, except well, the woman he loves, Ali has just dumped him. And suddenly, a call from a very beautiful woman from the past spurs ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Harlan Coben was born in Newark, New Jersey on January 4, 1962. After receiving a political science degree from Amherst College, 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, Six Years, Missing You, The Stranger, Fool Me Once, Home, and Don't Let Go. Tell No One was turned into the multiple award-winning 2006 French film Ne le Dis Personne. He was the first author to win the Edgar Award, Shamus Award, and Anthony Award.

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