Saturday, July 18, 2015

TellNoOne

I recently read Tell No One by Harlan Coben (2002), a mystery novel.

The lead character, Dr. David Beck, struggled emotionally for eight years after the tragic murder of his wife, Elizabeth.  He was knocked unconscious himself during the assault, but not before hearing her haunting screams.


Beck can’t seem to get closure, although his friends and loved ones advise him to “move on.”  Then, out of the blue, he receives a cryptic email message, a phrase that only he and Elizabeth would know.  Could she be alive?

Beck plunges headlong into a self-directed investigation of Elizabeth’s death, turning up a whole trove of inconsistencies and discrepancies.  Here is where the story takes some very interesting twists and turns.  And, Beck’s life now becomes threatened as someone doesn’t want the truth to be revealed.

A very good story, a very good read.

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