Book Review of “Long Lost” By Harlan Coben

Long Lost

By Harlan Coben


I’d say this is a mediocre attempt of Coben.

The plot is not as gripping as his first book.

Myron Bolitar, shown in a sad/dark light, is a sports agent. He receives an unexpected call from his ex-girlfriend (Teresa Collins) from Paris and on reaching he finds himself involved in solving the murder mystery of Collin’s ex-husband and spots a blond girl who resembles Collin’s daughter (who apparently had died in a car accident earlier). Myron and Win start investigating and undergo a series of torture revolving around the implausible plot.

Myron’s bright character seems to have dipped strikingly in this one.

At places the plot seems interesting, only to dip again. Quirky dialogues and decent amount of action make it a one-time read.



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One response to “Book Review of “Long Lost” By Harlan Coben

  1. Rohit Nanda

    An enjoyable read Long Lost by Harlan Coben. loved the way you wrote it. I find your review very genuine and original, this book is going in by “to read” list.

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