Wendy is a reporter on a mission: She’s chasing down the lowest of the low-sexual predators-and exposing them on national television. Her big break comes when she nails a child advocate who works with abused and underserved children. She’s there, cameras rolling, when the cops cuff him and the guy realizes his life is well and truly over. What she doesn’t realize is that the case is much more complicated than she could ever imagine.
Harlan Coben is a master of snappy dialogue, fast action, and well-drawn characters. This was a hard book to put down once I started it. It’s not necessarily something I’d read over and over again, but it’s an excellent beach book. I was also happy to see a cameo from Win, Myron Bolitar’s very wealthy, sociopathic sidekick. I hope that means that there’s another Bolitar book in the works.