Book Deal — The Final Detail: A Myron Bolitar Novel by Harlan Coben

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My favorite author is Harlan Coben, and I’ve got good news! You can get one of his Myron Bolitar novels, The Final Detail, on Amazon for 80% less than the regular price. This is a tremendous deal on a fantastic book, so buy yourself a copy on Amazon before this discount disappears.

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Book Daily Deal — Live Wire by Harlan Coben

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Today’s Book Daily Deal is the Myron Bolitar novel Live Wire by Harlan Coben for 70% less than the regular price. Buy this book on Amazon, and read on for more information.

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Kindle Daily Deal — The Match by Harlan Coben

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Today’s Kindle Daily Deal is The Match by Harlan Coben. The Match is Coben’s latest novel, and it’s the second book in his Wilde series. It’s a great thriller by my favorite author filled with well-developed characters, action, and intrigue. There are unpredictable twists, and most importantly, a satisfying conclusion. If you’re looking for your next great read, look no further. Buy The Match today on Amazon before this deal is gone.

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Audiobook Review: Found by Harlan Coben

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Found is the third entry in the Mickey Bolitar young adult series by author Harlan Coben. You can read my review of the first book here and the second book here. So, how does Found stack up to the other two novels and is it worth your time? Read on to find out.

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Audiobook Review: Seconds Away by Harlan Coben

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I recently reviewed Shelter by Harlan Coben, the first book in the Mickey Bolitar series of young adult novels by my favorite author. Next up is Seconds Away, the second book in this series. As with the first, I opted to listen to the audiobook version. Read on for my thoughts on this novel.

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Audiobook Review: Shelter by Harlan Coben

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Shelter by Harlan Coben is the author’s first foray into young adult fiction. It’s also the first of three books in the Mickey Bolitar series. If that name sounds familiar, it’s because this series focuses on the nephew of Myron Bolitar, best known as the lead protagonist in the majority of Harlan Coben’s thrillers.

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One Man’s Quest For Yoo-hoo

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A few years ago I was camping with my family in Maine and several of them wanted to go on a hike in the morning. They asked me if I’d like to join them and I said, “No, I think I’ll stay here and read my book.” The book I was reading was one of Harlan Coben’s Myron Bolitar novels. If you’ve never read one of his books you should. While you’re at it, read all of them as he’s my favorite author and his novels are excellent. Anyway, while reading this book I came across a section in the story where Myron starts drinking a bottle of Yoo-hoo, his favorite drink. Like a cheeseburger in a TV commercial, I responded like a Pavlovian dog and was instantly in the mood for the chocolaty goodness of Yoo-hoo.

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What I Read In 2016

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I use Goodreads’ “Reading Challenge” feature to keep track of what I read, and in 2016 I read 50 books. I set out to read 20, so I exceeded my goal by 250%! Below is a sampling of what I read in 2016.

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Book Review: Fool Me Once by Harlan Coben

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I recently finished reading Harlan Coben’s newest thriller, Fool Me Once. As many of you know, Harlan is my favorite author. However, does his latest novel live up to his tremendous reputation? Watch my book review below to find out whether or not you should pick up a copy of Fool Me Once:

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Book Review: Plum Island by Nelson DeMille

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Want to hear something strange? I met Nelson DeMille twice before reading one of his books. Seriously! I met him at a Harlan Coben book signing and then I met him at ThrillerFest last year, so I finally decided it was time to read one of his books – especially since I’ve heard such great things about them. The one I decided to start with was Plum IslandContinue reading