Book Review – “Don’t Let Go” by Harlan Coben

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DON’T LET GO is the latest stand-alone thriller from award-winning author Harlan Coben. As  usual, Coben takes his readers on a rollercoaster ride with plenty of plot twists and turns that always come full circle for a wonderful conclusion.

We begin in the city of Westbridge, N.J., where we meet detective Napoleon “Nap” Dumas. While volunteering to help out at his friend Ellie’s shelter, Nap decides to take justice matters into his own hands. He also reminisces about events that happened with his deceased brother, Leo. Leo’s death was supposedly an accident with a train, but as Nap soon finds out, there is more than meets the eye.

When evidence in the murder of a police officer in Pennsylvania leads to Nap’s door, he is transported back to a night 21 years ago when he attended a school hockey game with his girlfriend Diana. Along with his brother Nap and Diana were members of a group in school called The Conspiracy Club. The night of the game, the kids stumbled upon a legendary government missile farm on the outskirts of town.

Someone in Westbridge is exacting revenge on members of The Conspiracy Club. Is it an official who was there or could there be a new conspiracy afoot? Let Coben take you through the case as only he can.



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