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Darkest Fear by Harlan Coben
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Aug 07, 2011

really liked it

This seventh book in the Myron Bolitar series continues with the dark turns the previous two books have taken. However, this novel also examines the relationship between fathers and sons. Myron must face the fact that he and his parents are getting older and that the father and son roles may possibly soon be reversing. Myron must also wrestle with the possibility that he too is a father... of a teenager. Familiar faces make their return in this novel including Greg and Emily Downing, "Aunt" Clara, and the deadly cross-dressing Zorra. Myron, in the race to help save a dying boy, crosses pathes with the mysterious history of a powerful family, encounters a disgraced journalist, and matches wits against a cunning serial kidnapper. A little less Esperanza and Win are a little less common in this installment, but all in all a taught thriller that truly reveals a deeper side to everyone's favorite government agent turned sports agent. Coben delivers again!

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