Don't Let Go

Don't Let Go

eBook - 2017
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Fifteen years ago, two teenagers were mysteriously found dead by the old railroad tracks in a small affluent town in New Jersey. One of them was Nap Dumas' twin, Leo, and the other, the town's sheriff's daughter. Most people concluded it a double suicide, others, just didn't buy it. Nap has dedicated his life to finding out what really happened that summer and when his missing ex-girlfriend's fingerprints show up at a crime scene, he's thrown into a labyrinth of dark family secrets and lies. Teaming up with the now retired sheriff, the two embark on a search for the truth where they will discover that conspiracies big and small can kill.
Publisher: [United States] : Penguin Group USA, 2017
ISBN: 9780698411661
Characteristics: 1 online resource (400 pages)

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Apr 12, 2018

Great read.

Feb 04, 2018

What a page turner! Set in my home state of New Jersey: Brash. Wise-guy. Never give up. Baby, we were born to run.

LoganLib_Bec Jan 30, 2018

A gripping thriller that keeps you hooked throughout.

Dec 20, 2017

very easy read, a page turner, well suited if you don't want to think about it to hard

Dec 13, 2017

There is one very detailed & disturbing torture scene I would have preferred not to have encountered. Otherwise this was an excellent novel.

The death of his twin brother changed Nap Dumas' future. It has been 15 years of one-sided conversations as Nap's quest to figure out the what & why that of Leo that led him to become a police detective.

Nap's high school love disappeared the same night of Leo's death. When her fingerprints are found at a crime scene, Nap buries himself in finding answers and hopefully Maura.

This deserves a 5/5 except for the disturbing violence.

Dec 10, 2017

Why can't I downloan e books to my Kindle anymore?

Dec 09, 2017

Good - but way too wordy and unnecessarily long

Dec 06, 2017

I don't think Coben has written a bad book yet. Love him!

Dec 06, 2017

Louise Penny also wrote a novel 2 years ago about those secretive missile bases on the East Coast in the 70's and 80's. Coben's story is more provocative as it deals with the deaths of 2 teens on the site of such a missile base situated in a small upscale community. These deaths were covered up by the Agency. 15 years later another murder leads one cop into opening up an investigation into the deaths of those 2 teens. The focus of the plot, then, is how did those 2 teens really die? I enjoyed following the leads and assessing the actions of these teens. Coban adds layers of detail about their lives through the cop who does the investigating. Just accept the consequences and the fall out of their actions, as Coban tells it, without giving too much thought about reality.

Dec 03, 2017

This was my first Harlan Coben book. Sometimes, I like an easy, uncomplicated read just before bed and this fit the bill. It was an interesting mystery with a likeable protangonist.

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