The search for a missing boy gives Myron Bolitar far more than he bargained for...A gripping thriller from the SUNDAY TIMES bestselling author of CAUGHT and PLAY DEAD. The boy was born and raised on the Main Line. But he vanished on Philadelphia's mean streets - last seen in a down-town cheater's hotel. For sports agent Myron Bolitar, his client, ...
The search for a missing boy gives Myron Bolitar far more than he bargained for...A gripping thriller from the SUNDAY TIMES bestselling author of CAUGHT and PLAY DEAD. The boy was born and raised on the Main Line. But he vanished on Philadelphia's mean streets - last seen in a down-town cheater's hotel. For sports agent Myron Bolitar, his client, superstar Linda Coldren, comes first, and that means unravelling the mystery of her son's kidnapping. But when Myron goes after the missing boy, he crashes through a crowd of low-lifes, blue bloods and liars on both sides of the social divide. And when family skeletons start coming out of the closet, Myron is about to find out how deadly life can get...
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Consistent Coben gives the reader what he wants and expects
Apr 2, 2007
who kidnapped chad?
Myron is got to find out who kidnapped Chad and why. The first call no money is asked for. Why is a good question to asked? Did Chad ran away and staged his own kidnapping or did some one want Jack (Chad's father) lose the golf tornimnent? If so why would they want Jack to lose? easy read and short chapters
Publishers Weekly, 1997-06-23 Coben, who just won the Edgar for best original paperback (Fade Away) scores a hole in one with this fourth outing for basketball star tuned sports agent Myron Bolitar. Golf takes center stage, but the sharp plotting and emotional density, as well as nonstop wisecracks, make this a book even for the golf-averse. When someone kidnaps the son of golfer Jack Coldren just as he's poised to win the U.S. Open, the boy's grandfather asks Myron to help. The mother, golf champion Linda Coldren, is afraid to notify police, and Myron sees an opportunity not only to save a life but also to sign up a couple of new clients. Bodies and clues pile up, and as the past unravels, Myron discovers that the Coldrens' skeletons touch even his close but enigmatic friend, Win. The characters are deftly etched and the details keenly observed (regarding a group of mall girls: "There were four girls. Or maybe five or even six. Hard to say. They all seemed to blend into one another"). (Aug.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
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