By Harlan Coben
During this vintage fourth novel from Harlan Coben’s award-winning Myron Bolitar sequence, number one manhattan occasions bestselling writer Harlan Coben proves back why he's considered one of today’s must-read suspense authors—and why Myron Bolitar is among the so much singular and pleasing heroes in crime fiction. This time the activities agent and someday sleuth probes the secret of a teenager’s disappearance and reveals a relations whose darkest secrets and techniques explode into murder.The boy was once born and raised at the tony major Line. yet he vanished on Philadelphia’s suggest streets. For Myron Bolitar, his purchaser, golfing megastar Linda Coldren, comes first—and that implies unraveling the secret of her son’s kidnapping.But while Myron is going after the lacking boy, he crashes via a crowd of lowlifes, blue bloods, and liars on each side of the social divide. And as Linda’s golf-pro husband unexpectedly makes a run on the U.S. Open championship, the family’s skeletons burst out of the closet. Myron is set to determine simply how lethal this video game can get.In an creative mystery that crackles with wit and suspense, whose characters all yet jump alive from the web page, Harlan Coben engages the brain with twisting mysteries at the same time he makes the guts race.
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The Court Manor was a textbook two-level dump. The outer stairs and walkway terraces were made of rotting wood. The cement walls had that unfinished, swirling look that could cut your hand if you leaned against it wrong. Small chunks of concrete lay on the ground. An unplugged Pepsi machine guarded the door like one of the Queen’s guards. Myron passed it and entered. he’d expected to find the standard no-tell lobby interior—that is, an unshaven Neanderthal in a sleeveless, too-short undershirt chewing on a toothpick while sitting behind bullet-proof glass burping up a beer.
The hair was slicked back. The sparkle in the eye looked real. It took Myron some time, but he finally saw where this was leading. He took out his wallet and plucked a twenty from the billfold. He slid it across the counter. Stuart Lipwitz looked at it but made no move. ” “It’s a present,” Myron said. Stuart Lipwitz did not touch it. “It’s for one piece of information,” Myron continued. He plucked out another and held it in the air. ” “Never mind,” Myron said. ” Still the smile. “In other words, sir, I am in it for the long term.
He parked in the lot. The Court Manor was a textbook two-level dump. The outer stairs and walkway terraces were made of rotting wood. The cement walls had that unfinished, swirling look that could cut your hand if you leaned against it wrong. Small chunks of concrete lay on the ground. An unplugged Pepsi machine guarded the door like one of the Queen’s guards. Myron passed it and entered. he’d expected to find the standard no-tell lobby interior—that is, an unshaven Neanderthal in a sleeveless, too-short undershirt chewing on a toothpick while sitting behind bullet-proof glass burping up a beer.
Back Spin (Myron Bolitar Mysteries, Book 4) by Harlan Coben