Classic Crave: Just One Look by Harlan Coben

October 15, 2008 at 3:28 pm Leave a comment

When Grace picks up a newly developed roll of photos, there is a picture that doesn’t belong. It’s from 15 years ago. And of the five people in the photo, Grace doesn’t know four of them, but one looks like her husband Jack. When Jack sees the photo he denies it’s him, but that night he drives away. Not knowing why he left, Grace struggles to ask the unanswered questions brought by Jack’s disappearance. Who are the other people in the photo and what is their connection to the terrible riot 15 years ago that left Grace with a limp?

This is a fast paced novel, full of twists and turns. It has a large cast of characters but they tie together nicely. The police get a bad rap in this novel as they’re portrayed as useless. Coben’s writing style is different, but I like it.


Entry filed under: Classic Crave, Fiction, Thriller.

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