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The Boy from the Woods

 Fans of complex heroes caught up in world-changing events will relish this latest from a master storyteller. [See Prepub Alert, 8/25/19.]

Run Away

An absolutely brilliant, taut thriller that begs to be read in one sitting. [See Prepub Alert, 10/1/18.]

Don't Let Go

Coben (Stay Close; Gone for Good) knows how to deliver an exciting thriller expertly. His latest novel is no exception. Longtime readers will be lining up for this new stand-alone and new fans will be made. [See Prepub Alert, 3/13/17.]


A novel with the right number of twists, highly recommended for mystery and thriller audiences both familiar with and new to Coben. ["This engaging mystery is full of quirky characters…and features several surprises. A treat for fans of the Myron Bolitar books and readers looking for a quick, exciting thriller": LJ Xpress Reviews 9/2/2016 review of the Dutton hc.]

Fool Me Once

Coben (The Stranger) has done it again with this fast-paced smart thriller. Fans and those new to Coben will devour this stand-alone. [A March LibraryReads Pick.]

Missing You

Coben (Hold Tight; Live Wire), the best-selling master of suspense, has written another twisty ripped-from-the-headlines page-turning stand-alone that could be his best yet. This one will be flying off your shelves; order multiple copies. [See Prepub Alert, 9/16/13.]

Six Years

Coben is one of the best thriller writers in the business, and he delivers another amazing novel that will resonate with readers long after the final page is turned. The narrative is immersive, and the well-drawn characters and twisting plotting are stellar. With such a cool hook and a surprising and satisfying payoff, don't wait six years to read what might be Coben's best since Tell No One. [See Prepub Alert, 10/17/12.]

Live Wire

In this tenth Bolitar mystery (after Long Lost), Coben reveals the introspective side of his slick character, as Myron tackles a different sort of hidden mysteries—those deeply embedded within himself and other family members. Fans will enjoy the change of focus and wonder how Coben will re-create his hero in his next adventure. [See Prepub Alert, LJ 10/1/10.]

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