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Publisher Description

When his child is taken, a father will stop at nothing to get her back in this explosive, white-knuckle thriller from #1 New York Times bestselling author Harlan Coben.

When the first bullet hit my chest, I thought of my daughter...

Shot twice by an unseen assailant, Dr. Marc Seidman lies in a hospital bed. His wife has been killed. His six-month-old daughter has vanished. But just when his world seems forever shattered, the ransom note arrives: We are watching. If you contact the authorities, you will never see your daughter again. There will be no second chance. With no one to trust, and mired in a deepening quicksand of deception and deadly secrets, Marc clings to one unwavering vow: bring home his daughter, at any cost.

GENRE
Mysteries & Thrillers
RELEASED
2003
April 28
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
384
Pages
PUBLISHER
Penguin Publishing Group
SELLER
PENGUIN GROUP USA, INC.
SIZE
1.5
Mb

Customer Reviews

Lenox252 ,

Amazing

One of the best books I've ever read. Even though there are an over-abundance of characters, as well as twists & turns, I was still able to keep up. Amazing storyline. Definitely going to read ALL of Harlan's books, but will be going to my local library for FREE. There are waaay too many editing probs in this book. I'm not criticizing the author but the editing was the WORST I've ever seen. The 1st paragraph in EVERY chapter has words that run together & it was difficult to read. This isn't a "font" problem or that the book downloaded incorrectly. The problem was the same on my iPhone & iPad, and there were numerous combined words throughout the book as well. Pretty aggravating for a $9.99 book, and haven't had this prob with any other books downloaded into iBooks (I read 3 per wk) This book is a MUST READ but don't pay through iBooks. Not sure I'd trust the editing.

GiGi "B" ,

No Second Chance

Excellent read. No r-rated scenes. Great plot with a twist I never expected!

Whizk ,

Great Story, confusing character switches

The story itself was thrilling and kept me wanting to read as often as I could. It bothered me that the context too seamlessly would change from one set of characters to another, causing confusion and the need to re-read so I could understand. You’d finish a paragraph with one character and suddenly the next paragraph started with dialect of another character in a completely different location in the story. Other than that....great read!

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