If your a fan of Harlan Coben and especially the character Myron Bolitar then this book is definitely for you. Myron and the gang are back, perhaps a little older now than they last were but still as compelling to read about.
This time we see Myron in a different setting, away from Sports Reps controversy and dealing more with his personal life, a touch that i found made the book really difficult to put down. Although not predominantly set in America like the rest of the books Win, Esperanza, Big Cindy and the rest of the gang all play there parts!
If this your first time delving into a Harlan Coben then i would suggest reading some of his older books so that you get a good character build and can relate more to the characters. However that said Coben is brilliant at introducing characters like Win back into the action and making new readers feel like they already know about the characters.
Now, the reason why i gave this novel 4 stars instead of 5? despite the gripping context of the story, at times it is rather far fetched and almost instantly dismissed as absurd. That being said Coben keeps you reading with his brilliant research and depth that he has put into every detail and twist.
Overall Well worth a read. If this is your first i would advise trying one of the older one's first and if your a regular reader of Coben's work id suggest taking the story with a pinch of salt it is after all a work of fiction.