Fifteen years later, when several of Leo's friends are murdered, Nap decides to finally find out the truth. When Maura's involvement in the most recent murder becomes evident, Nap seeks the help of Augie, his mentor and Diana's father. Things become more complicated when the government gets involved, and suddenly Nap isn't sure who he can trust.
Harlan Coben has written some of the best thrillers around, and Don't Let Go is no exception. His characters are all multi-faceted, never all bad or all good, leaving the reader to decide who the "good guys" really are. He introduces a bit of vigilante justice in this book, and this is a topic that always has me questioning whether our justice system is broken.
There are quite a few twists and turns in Coben's latest thriller, and he certainly shows us just how deadly some secrets can be. Although his plots are usually complex, there is also a comfortable flow that keeps the reader from getting too bogged down in the details. This is most surely another best selling winner for an author who only gets better as time passes.
Publisher - Dutton
Date of Publication - September 26, 2017