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Publisher's Summary

Some mistakes can change your life forever. For Matt Hunter, that mistake came in one terrible moment when his attempt to help a friend and stop a fight resulted in an accidental death. Matt was convicted of manslaughter and sent to prison. Time that his peers spent in college, Matt endured behind bars. Now, nine years after his release from prison, his innocence long forgotten, he's an ex-con who takes nothing for granted. With his wife Olivia pregnant, and the two of them closing on a house in his hometown, things are looking up. Until the day Matt gets a shocking, inexplicable video call from Olivia's phone. And in an instant, the unraveling begins.
A mysterious man who begins tailing Matt turns up dead. A beloved nun is murdered. And local and federal authorities, including homicide investigator Loren Muse, a childhood schoolmate of Matt's with a troubled past of her own, see all signs pointing to a former criminal with one murder already under his belt...Matt Hunter. Unwilling to lose everything for a second time, Matt and Olivia are forced outside the law in a desperate attempt to save their future together.
An electrifying thrill-ride of a novel that peeks behind the white picket fences of suburbia, The Innocent is at once a twisting, turning, emotionally-charged story and a compelling tale of the choices we make and the repercussions that never leave us.
©2005 Harlan Coben (P)2005 Penguin Audio
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Critic Reviews

"[Coben's] best book to date." (Publishers Weekly)
"As usual with Coben, an intriguing start, hinging on one out-of-whack technological trick, hurtles into a fast-paced hunter-and-hunted drama. First-rate." (Booklist)
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5 out of 5 stars
By Amber on 05-10-05


This is the 2nd book I have come across from this author. I physically read "Just One Look". I have never read a book before that kept me so on the edge. Until this one.
This story starts out interesting and just keeps getting better and better. I like reaching parts of suspense, but I get dismayed about how some authors keep them going too long. If an author can't get their timing right, it loses the magic. This author has great timing and the situations that are causing the suspense are not ridiculously added to this story just for that purpose.
I am almost finished listening to this story, but I wanted to make sure that there was a review written for this book. I just want to keep listening to it. I don't want to turn the story off. I want to sit in my car after I get home and keep listening. I am extremely impressed with this author. I promise you won't be disappointed.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Bethany on 05-06-05

Coben and Brick....How could you not listen?!!

I was going to buy the written version of this book because it included a short story featuring Myron Bolitar, a fun character of Mr. Coben, but when I saw that it was read by SCOTT BRICK, I just had to have the audio version! ( I think Scott
Brick could make multiplication tables interesting.) Coupled with Coben's plot weaving, I found it to be a compelling read. If you have read Coben before, don't be surprised if your "AHA" is not as pronounced, as in say, TELL NO ONE, but I still recommend it. If you never read Coben, and like mystery, then I think you're in for a treat, and if you never listened to a book read by Scott Brick, well then ,rather than a treat, for you I think this will be a true delicacy. ENJOY!!!!
PS: I only gave four stars because, I did figure out most of it.

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