Tell No One / Gone For Good

Tell No One Gone For Good From New York Times bestselling author Harlan Coben comes an unforgettable duet of classic novels two top notch thrillers filled with the author s signature storytelling geniusL NO ONEFor Dr David Bec

  • Title: Tell No One / Gone For Good
  • Author: Harlan Coben
  • ISBN: 9780385342568
  • Page: 156
  • Format: Paperback
  • From New York Times bestselling author Harlan Coben comes an unforgettable duet of classic novels two top notch thrillers filled with the author s signature storytelling geniusL NO ONEFor Dr David Beck, the loss was shattering And every day for the past eight years, he has relived the horror of what happened The gleaming lake The pale moonlight The piercing screamFrom New York Times bestselling author Harlan Coben comes an unforgettable duet of classic novels two top notch thrillers filled with the author s signature storytelling geniusL NO ONEFor Dr David Beck, the loss was shattering And every day for the past eight years, he has relived the horror of what happened The gleaming lake The pale moonlight The piercing screams The night his wife was taken The last night he saw her alive Everyone tells him it s time to move on, to forget the past once and for all But for David Beck, there can be no closure A message has appeared on his computer, a phrase only he and his dead wife know Suddenly Beck is taunted with the impossible that somewhere, somehow, his wife is alive and he s been warned to tell no one A COMPELLING AND ORIGINAL SUSPENSE THRILLER Los Angeles Times GONE FOR GOOD As a boy, Will Klein had a hero his older brother, Ken Then, on a warm suburban night in the Kleins affluent New Jersey neighborhood, a young woman a girl Will had once loved was found brutally murdered in her family s basement The prime suspect Ken Klein With the evidence against him overwhelming, Ken simply vanished And when his shattered family never heard from Ken again, they were sure he was gone for good Now eleven years have passed Will has found proof that Ken is alive And this is just the first in a series of stunning revelations as Will is forced to confront startling truths about his brother, and even himself RIVETING HAS MORE TWISTS AND TURNS THAN AN AMUSEMENT PARK RIDE USA TodayFrom the Trade Paperback edition.

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    1. AMAZING/PAGE-TURNER/SHOCKING UNTIL THE VERY END I cannot get enough of his books! I have loved every one that I've read so far.

    2. Not the first time I've totally devoured airport fiction, and I hope not the last, because this was GREAT! Seriously. It gave me a whole new appreciation for airport suspense - I can totally see (finally) why people buy and read these books by the hundreds of thousands. It reminds me a little of my early attitude toward reality tv (irritatingly cheap and easy), which later turned into a sincere appreciation of its finer qualities (wonderfully cheap and easy). I can't wait to start reading more s [...]

    3. The first of Cobens' books that I read and it got me hooked. This writer is amazinghe even keeps me interested with his detailed discriptions of basketball and golf! A major feat!

    4. I read and reviewed these two novels separately, so this is basically just for my own records. I'm not surprised the two stories were grouped together - they're very similar, both dealing with missing (presumed dead) family members and secrets unravelling. The collection rates three stars from me, as it's the average of the two individual ratings: three stars each for Tell No One and Gone For Good. Both were fast-paced enjoyable reads, but both had a twist ending that I didn't love. The former b [...]

    5. This is the second Harlan Coben novel I've read, but it certainly won’t be the last. I'm finding that his books are true page turners and you can't look away or you'll miss something. This book, in particular, was intriguing and fast-paced with many unexpected plot twists that kept me entertained. It’s definitely one I’ll recommend to my reading friends as a terrific book to consider when choosing a novel solely for its entertainment value.

    6. Beck's wife has been dead for eight years, or so he thinks. Now he is getting mysterious emails and seeing footage that leads him to believe that she is still alive.This is a very well-woven suspense novel. I especially enjoyed the strength of commitment between the two main characters. We have good and evil people here and every hue in between. We see despicable drug dealers showing a human side and upright police showing their failings.

    7. Never saw it coming! Mr. Cohen delivers another spellbinding novel!If you want to be on the edge of your seat. If you can't imagine where all the twist and turns will take you. Pick up any book by Harlan Coben. You will not be disappointed. Great book, great read. Time we'll spent all the way to the last word!

    8. Started yesterday, March 30th, 2013. First ebook bought from and for Kindle PaperWhite which I bought for Eur 114 instead of Eur 129 (Germany) on Promo from .De . Yes, after 2 Sony eReaders (PRS-505 and PRS-T1) I switched. I was ready to switch since the disappointing PRS-T2 was announced. I hoped to hold out till October 2013, that being the supposed date for the next Sony.I contemplated other readers, but in Germany the offers are slim and expensive.Currently I think the Kindle Paperwhite is t [...]

    9. I used to love reading books to movies and since Tell no one is unusual in that it's an American author and setting, but French movie, I thought it'd be great to read, and I was not wrong. The movie followed the book pretty closely and I was pleased that my favorite part in the movie was even more expanded in the book (you see the main male character is a pediatrician working for the poor and one of his clients is a drug dealer/crime related guy who dearly respects the doctor for helping out his [...]

    10. "If you really want to be a writer, you have to read more!" - these words have echoed in my head since I took that brilliant course, since I came up with yet another innovative novel concept based on a dream that would surely look phenomenal on paper, that I just, couldn't quite work out how to write down. That's when it all became clear I loved writing but didn't/don't necessarily understand a thing about captivating readers. Where would I start? How? Harlan Coben has made me regret the years t [...]

    11. Excellent story that kept my interest and had me thinking about the story between reading sessions. I particularly enjoy the author's word choices and usage. Very comfortable style and cadence with wry humor that made me frequently smile. Mr. Coben also writes very descriptive scenes that allow you to really feel and see what is happening.The downside for me is the rather sensitive and effeminate protagonists Mr. Coben seems to favor. This one was slightly less so. Not a tough guy by any means, [...]

    12. This was my first Harlan Coben book. My husband suggested him. It surprised me by how fast the hook was. I was intrigued on the first paragraph and by the second page I couldn't put it down. I read it practically non-stop. And since this was a 30th anniversary trip to Hawaii with my husband . . . well, all I can say is - HE is the one who introduced me to the book, right?!Coben did a very good job of creating eerily believable characters which could also stir very beievable emotions. Fear, hate, [...]

    13. I really liked the premise of this book. Imagine if your loved one was killed by a serial killer (that's not the part I liked), and then years later you receive cryptic messages and a video of who could only be them. (the part I liked)It was another good story that I could see as a movie. There is a very scary Asian man that I would never, ever want to cross paths with, and the ending, while a little less full than what I'm used to, was satisfactory enough. I especially liked the first-person PO [...]

    14. I am torn on this one. I read Gone For Good first then proceded to read other Harlan Coben books before going back and reading Tell No One. Gone For Good hooked me on this author. It is BY FAR better than Tell No One. Gone for Good surprised me at the end (not an easy task). I could sniff out the 'surprise' at the end of Tell No One pretty early. Tell No One's end dropped off characters with a pretty lame excuse (you have to read it to understand). I am glad that Tell No One was not my first Cob [...]

    15. This is a great mindless but fast-paced thriller. Sometimes it's great to just be taken for a great ride, a page-turning mystery that might not be the greatest literature ever written, but it's a good time. Harlen Coben is an awesome author for that kind of book. I am going to read Into the Woods next by him.

    16. Wow. This author is a very good writer. He truly paints a picture, draws me in and keeps me reading. Usually I'm not a huge fan of books written from a male's perspective because they're just so different than us females but this one was great! I don't, however, think I'll read anymore of his books. They're a little too intense, too violent for me. Plus, there's a fair amount of swearing.

    17. Double great readsThis book contains two complete novels which are both quite good. The main characters are both men with sensitive natures who are caught up in murders. I especially enjoyed the second novel. The plots are exciting, involved, and well crafted. They're certainly worth a read! This author is consistently good.

    18. Grace, If you're looking for a break from academic books, here's a GREAT thriller mystery I read last summer. I'm not one for fiction, but this book knocked me out. They made this into a movie, but read the book instead. Too many particulars were changed in the movie. This book is a real PAGE TURNER!

    19. Okay. I have never come across any of Harlan's books till recently. When I finally came across one I was extremely ADDICTED. I ready every single one of his works!! They kept me on the edge every single time!!! Such great mysteries and they always have some kind of spin. Patiently (not really) awaiting the next book of his new series!!!

    20. I read this book in one sitting, so it definitely kept my attention. It doesn't fare as well on reflection. The details are a little off and it wraps a little too neatly, but if that doesn't bother you, then pick this one up. It was my first by this author and I'm going to try some more.

    21. Began reading "Gone for Good" (Read 'Tell No One' in 2008)Coben reels in the reader from the very beginning!Loved it! The twists and turns had me from the very first page to the very lastCoben really tells a story well!

    22. One of the better mysteries by one of the best authors currently writing. Myron Bolitar and Windsor "Win" Horne Lockwood III are especially memorable characters.~Ken Baumbach, author of Mayageddon 2012 and The Heretics' Power

    23. I really liked the first book of H. Coben's that I read but this was even better. I'll be reading another soon (In The Woods).It was a real page turner with surprising twists. I highly recommend it if you like murder mysteries.

    24. I really like how Harlan Coben always have so many twists and hooks in his stories and also how the book is always mysterious and suspenseful.I would enjoy his books more if they were more fast paced though.Cant wait for the next book!

    25. WOW! This book was a page turner! Harlan Coben is my favorite author and there isn't a book of his that I don't enjoy. I couldn't put this book down! A story based on mystery and undying love It's awesome!!!!!!!!!

    26. It took a while for me to pick this one up. I am not a big mystery fan, but a friend recommended this one. I admit that I was up an extra 3 hours last night finishing the first story. Riveting and surprising ending.

    27. I could not put this book down - a definite page turner. This book was the first of many that I read from Harlan Coben. I like that the main character was a former NBA player turned agent turned detective.

    28. i like this author. i like his quirky characters. and i like his taste in music. i heard blue oyster cult's don't fear the reaper while driving home from work tonight and it threw me right back intoo Gone for Good.

    29. Don't normally read murder mysteries, but was on the beach and had nothing else. Liked it a lot in the beginng, but didn't think it held together that well at the end. Definitely think it will make a good movie.

    30. Based only on 'Tell No One'. I had to return it to the library before I could read the second story.

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