Think Twice by Harlan Coben – Book Review

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Disclosure: I received a digital copy of Think Twice by Harlan Coben from NetGalley and Grand Central Publishing preview. All opinions are my own.

I love a good suspense novel and this one did not disappoint! It kept you guessing right from the very beginning.

Myron Bolitar and Win Lockwood are back in the book Think Twice by Harlan Coben – who happens to be one of my favorite authors ever.

The book begins with not only a murder but also with the murderer taking careful steps to set someone else up for the fall. Who is doing the killing? We don’t find that out until the end (and it is a surprise!).

What we do know is that Myron gets involved because it appears that his client, Greg, is being framed – since, well his client is dead. Myron, himself, delivered the eulogy 2 years ago – a long before the crime occurred.

As the story progresses, more bodies start to pile up, and we learn that Myron and Greg have a more involved past than just an attorney/client relationship.

There are so many twists, turns and more things that you just don’t see coming. Yet, despite the involved story line, Harlan Coben does a great job of tying up all the loose ends at the end – so you are not left hanging.

What I really like about Think Twice is that we learn a lot more about Myron Bolitar’s personal life. If you have been reading the Myron Bolitar series over the years, you will also realize that these old friends of ours – Myron and Win – are themselves getting older.

Think Twice will keep you turning the pages deep into the night not only to find out whodunit but also for the nostalgia and connection that you will make with the main characters.

If you are looking for your next summer read – this might just be it!

Think Twice (Myron Bolitar)

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