Harlan Coben is a folk poet of the suburbs and his well-tuned new mystery, DON’T LET GO (Dutton, $28), shows why. The plot reaches back to the 1950s, when the nice little town of Westbridge, like so many other nice little towns all across America, had its very own Nike missile base. The Conspiracy Club, […]
There are a handful of suspense writers whom readers can count on to deliver satisfying genre thrills in book after book: Lee Child, John Sanford, Michael Connolly, and David Baldacci chief among them.
New Jersey cop Nap Dumas, the hero of this outstanding standalone from bestseller Coben (Fool Me Once), is shocked to learn that fingerprints at the scene of a crime—the shooting death of a fellow cop and high school classmate during a traffic stop—belong to Maura Wells, Nap’s high school sweetheart, who disappeared 15 years earlier.