Don’t Let Go by Harlan Coben



Fifteen years ago in New Jersey, a teenage boy and girl were found dead.

Most people concluded it was a tragic suicide pact. The dead boy’s brother, Nap Dumas, did not. Now Nap is a cop – but he’s a cop who plays by his own rules, and who has never made peace with his past.

And when the past comes back to haunt him, Nap discovers secrets can kill…




Perfection on the page .. a very thrilling thriller!! 5startr

Harlan Coben’s Don’t Let Go is one of those thrillers which totally and completely absorbs you from the first word, speeding up and never slowing down. You need to have your mind in prime condition to keep up with not only the relentless pace but also the twists and turns which change the direction several times.

From the very beginning there is that ‘Wow’ feeling and you can tell that this novel is the work of an assured hand. There are so many questions raised along the way but come the final page – and it takes until then – all questions are answered, all possibilities accounted for, all loose ends neatly tied off – making this my kind of read!

It all adds up to a very thrilling thriller with a good range of characters, many varying  relationships – all of which take a pummeling along the way – and a well planned story line resulting in perfection on the page. This is a top-notch read and one which I’m very happy to recommend.

I received an arc via NetGalley in exchange for my honest, original and unbiased review.

Tags:  thriller, small town, historic crime




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