Home by Harlan Coben


I have always enjoyed the Myron Bolitar mystery series, and this one is no exception! It’s been a while since I’ve read one, and I truly enjoyed this one. Myron and his wealthy sidekick Windsor (Win) Horne Lockwood III haven’t seen each other in over a year, but when Myron gets a request from Win, he’s on his way to help. Win’s cousin’s child and a playmate were kidnapped 10 years ago when they were six. The boys were never found, and Win has continued to search for them. Now Win is in London because he has received an email indicating that the playmate, Patrick, has been spotted there. Patrick is eventually found and returned home, but all is not as it seems and the search continues to find Rhys. This book had the witty dialog between Myron and Win that I have always enjoyed so much. One new addition, though, was that Win actually narrates some of the chapters which was a pleasant surprise. As usual, Coben has delivered another well-plotted, page-turning mystery ¬†with great characters that has some great twists that I did not see coming.

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