Tell No One

Tell No One

Book - 2001
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Eight years after his beloved wife, Elizabeth, was supposedly murdered by a serial killer, Beck receives information that suggests she may still be alive, but his search for the truth could mean setting himself up as the prime suspect in a number of crimes.
Publisher: New York : Delacorte Press, c2001.
ISBN: 9780385335553
0385335555
9780440236702
0440236703
Characteristics: 370 p.

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js7496
Jan 20, 2021

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munchkin14
Mar 05, 2020

At SLCPL on CD

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LoveChild60
May 02, 2019

I am sooo glad I read ebooks...or Id be paying for tearing the pages because I couldn't turn them fast enough. This was a great read. I loved the characters, except for a few of the cops(agents)..smh... thank goodness for Carlson. Only took me a couple of days to get thru this, an excellent read and I would highly recommend it to anyone who likes a mystery.5 stars. Happy Reading!

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Bean1988
Oct 16, 2018

Another great suspense filled story by one of my favourite authors.

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gvlee
Sep 03, 2018

Stand alone novel full of action and plot twists, right to the very last page.

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KimMarston
Apr 23, 2018

Incredible suspense! Nice to have the point of view from the husband rather than a detective for a change. Feels like you are making decisions yourself.

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TyieshaE
Oct 30, 2017

I'm reluctantly going to finish this book, although I lost patience with Coben's overstated and exaggerated portrayals of minorities as thuggish uneducated criminals and white people as irrefutably rich and intelligent within the first couple of chapters. I understand the desire to come across as gritty and realistic but it just ended up coming off as offensive. The dialogue and character and scenery descriptions were completely stereotyped-i have never heard a black person use the word "bidness" in a legitimate conversation. Also, the simple mechanics of the writing were just awful. It lacks structure and flow. Good story, abhorrent execution.

The only reason I'm still reading is because I want to know what happened to Elizabeth. Glad I checked out the e-book instead of wasting gas to go the library for a paper copy.

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RIJN
Sep 11, 2017

Begin reading on pg267.

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Alpha_zzz
Mar 13, 2017

I'd have to say this was a pretty good read. Some characters were interesting, some, not so much. There are a few twists to the story, which I enjoy. I never like reading "predictable". I'd give it 3+ stars because although it was good, some of the characters were off-putting.

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MillieBT
Feb 25, 2017

When a man receives a mysterious email from his deceased wife, he sets out on a quest for answers.....a spine tingling...fast paced....game changing novel.......definitely a page turner

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