Not exactly espionage in the true sense but it involves a ton of surveillance and suspense. I can’t get enough of Harlan Coben’s books. I’ve read all of his books save the most recent one. I’ve got that one on hold from the library and am patiently waiting.
There’s something about Coben’s stories that are so compelling. They’re fast-paced and unpredictable. So many twists and turns! I never get tired of them. I think what I love most about Coben’s books is his narrative. As cheese ball as some of the characters can be, their narrative voices ring authentic. Bottom line: Coben is an excellent writer.
Tell No One begins with an abduction and murder. Dr. David Beck is left to believe that his wife was the most recent victim of the KillRoy murderer but eight years later, he receives a mysterious email indicating otherwise. The roller coaster ride begins at that moment and doesn’t let up until the very last page. I loved every moment of it.