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Suburban New Jersey Detective Napoleon "Nap" Dumas hasn't been the same since senior year of high school, when his twin brother Leo and Leo's girlfriend Diana were found dead on the railroad tracks - and Maura, the girl Nap considered the love of his life, broke up with him and disappeared without explanation. For fifteen years, Nap has been searching, both for Maura and for the real reason behind his brother's death. And now, it looks as though he may finally find what he's been looking for.
When Maura's fingerprints turn up in the rental car of a suspected murderer, Nap embarks on a quest for answers that only leads to more questions - about the woman he loved, about the childhood friends he thought he knew, about the abandoned military base near where he grew up, and mostly about Leo and Diana - whose deaths are darker and far more sinister than Nap ever dared imagine.
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By shelley on 10-01-17
The new Harlan Coben?!
Like a few other reviewers I too was a little taken aback by this new book by Harlan Coben. Generally his books are suspenseful, shrouded in mystery and appearing almost hopeless but with resolution and a happy ending. This book has suspense and mystery but the ending is definitely not what I was expecting!
I agree with reviewer Wayne Mathews, NC that this book requires more than one listen to appreciate it. It is a dark novel (which I do like) and I have to say the ending was a little surprising. I don't want to spoil this but the protagonist is willing to give up a lifetime of working for a relationship 12 years ago.
Anyway, I do like and Recommend this book, however if you've never read anything by Coben I would recommend starting with a different book maybe FOOL ME ONCE or THE INNOCENT.
Steven Weber does an excellent job narrating.
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By Wayne on 09-28-17
Bad breakup of high school sweethearts...
...leads to multiple deaths.
I'm a long time fan of Harlan Coben and I have copies of all 30 of his novels (17 Audible edition and 13 dead tree editions). Much of Don't Let Go caught me by surprise because it did not sound like a Coben novel, so I listened to it twice. His inclusion of three horrible similes including one to open the book made me wonder if he is copying the style of James Lee Burke. The novel is set in the present, but the protagonist lapses frequently into talking to his twin brother who died 15 years ago while a high school senior. Dark stand alone books are not unusual for Coben, but this story is the darkest he has written. With this novel it is clear that Harlan Coben is intentionally expanding his horizons; he is experimenting.
The publisher's summary sets up the plot nicely, so I will not repeat any of it. Steven Weber is not a very experienced narrator but he does a great with Don't Let Go as he has done with his other narrations.
After listening this novel the first time I was tempted to write a 3 star review which would have been the lowest I have rated any Harlan Coben novel. The second listen improved my evaluation of the novel. People who enjoy very, very dark novels, especially psychological thrillers will probably like this one.
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