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“Harlan Coben is the modern master of the
hook-and-twist.”—Dan Brown

For Dr. David Beck,
the loss was shattering. And every day for the past eight years, he has
relived the horror of what happened. The gleaming lake. The pale
moonlight. The piercing screams. The night his wife was taken. The last
night he saw her alive. 
Everyone tells him it’s time
to move on, to forget the past once and for all. But for David Beck,
there can be no closure. A message has appeared on his computer, a
phrase only he and his dead wife know. Suddenly Beck is taunted with the
impossible—that somewhere, somehow, his wife is alive . . . and
he’s been warned to tell no one.
Praise for
Tell No One
“A thriller of runaway
tension . . . masterful suspense and explosive twists of
fate.”—Iris Johansen
“A compelling and
original suspense thriller.”Los Angeles
Times

“Nonstop action with plot twists
galore.”—Phillip Margolin

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Reviews for Tell No One: A Novel:

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Jul 22, 2018

Thank you to all the people who commented on my review of Fool Me Once and told me I should have been reading this one instead - you were absolutely right!

I thought this was a great thriller. The exciting premise hooked me instantly, and a combination of fast-pacing, twists, and character dynamics kept me interested until the very last page. I now see why Coben is such a well-loved writer; Tell No One is an addictive wild ride that keeps opening up more and more questions until, suddenly, it all Thank you to all the people who commented on my review of Fool Me Once and told me I should have been reading this one instead - you were absolutely right!

I thought this was a great thriller. The exciting premise hooked me instantly, and a combination of fast-pacing, twists, and character dynamics kept me interested until the very last page. I now see why Coben is such a well-loved writer; Tell No One is an addictive wild ride that keeps opening up more and more questions until, suddenly, it all comes together.

I'm actually really fascinated by the mystery/thriller writing process. Especially the ones where an author can successfully pull off surprising twists without any deus ex machina. Here, Coben doesn't pull out any extraneous info at the last minute to make his mystery work. In fact, he hides all his clues in plain sight, so when he eventually reveals all, you realise all the pieces were there all along, and yet he had somehow managed to conceal them by the intricacy of the plot. Fabulous.

Tell No One is the story of Dr. David Beck and his wife, Elizabeth, who was murdered eight years ago. In the present, two things happen to disturb the facade of normality David has built for himself - 1) He receives a strange email leading him to believe Elizabeth might be alive, and 2) The case is reopened by a discovery at the murder scene. Suddenly, David is forced to question again what happened all those years ago and, what's more, he may even be the lead suspect in the murder investigation.

Old secrets come to light and, of course, the truth is so much more than anyone could have imagined!

Having now read this, I can see how Coben has inspired other mystery/thriller writers since. I can see his influence even in Stephen King's writings, and there's especially a number of similarities between this and the new B.A. Paris book - Bring Me Back - but this one was done FAR better, in my opinion.

Anyway, I really enjoyed it. I'll happily take more Coben recommendations.

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May 14, 2019

5/5 stars.
Harlan Coben strikes again.
This book teaches us the power of love. Sometimes I tend to believe that there is no such thing as "true love." Maybe not, maybe yes. I don't know. But what are books for? For experiencing things that you do not experience in your reality. I'm experiencing another person's reality. And in this book, the love between Beck and Elizabeth was outstanding. Despite the difficulty, despite the shit the world offers us, this little magic called "love", still remains 5/5 stars.
Harlan Coben strikes again.
This book teaches us the power of love. Sometimes I tend to believe that there is no such thing as "true love." Maybe not, maybe yes. I don't know. But what are books for? For experiencing things that you do not experience in your reality. I'm experiencing another person's reality. And in this book, the love between Beck and Elizabeth was outstanding. Despite the difficulty, despite the shit the world offers us, this little magic called "love", still remains in the heart.
I admire Beck. He's not perfect, he's not the smartest, he's not the fastest, not the best. And that's what makes him human. That's what makes the plot, despite all the crap that the writers put in to make the book thrilling and exciting- realistic.
It does happen in life, to unlucky people, I guess. But sometimes it's easy to forget that the books, movies and TV shows we watch or read, with all the horrors and the chasing and the tension, do happen in reality.

Highly recommended! ...more
5

Jun 25, 2015

OH MY LORD! Coben delivers again!! I'm always left in awe after reading one of his mysteries and this time I was thrown all over the place!

This is truly a spine tingling, fast paced, game changing novel. It was such a page turner that I stayed up late to finish it, I just had to know what happened!

This book is awesome. It begins with Beck and his wife at the lake for their anniversary. The night begins nicely for the couple until Elizabeth's scream pierces the air and Beck is attacked. When he OH MY LORD! Coben delivers again!! I'm always left in awe after reading one of his mysteries and this time I was thrown all over the place!

This is truly a spine tingling, fast paced, game changing novel. It was such a page turner that I stayed up late to finish it, I just had to know what happened!

This book is awesome. It begins with Beck and his wife at the lake for their anniversary. The night begins nicely for the couple until Elizabeth's scream pierces the air and Beck is attacked. When he wakes he is told his wife is..... Dead.

Eight years later Beck is at work and gets a strange email..... And from there the chase is on. Is Elizabeth dead or not? Beck goes from being a doctor to knocking down cops in the matter of one day.

Coben has a way of pulling every single character in the book back to one event... He knows how to pull them back in like a magnet.

I swear Coben is one of the best authors I've read. The books are thrilling, page turners and I can't get enough of them. Sometimes I have to go back and reread parts to make sure I got them right.

I highly recommend this book. You will love it! ...more
5

Apr 11, 2012

When a man receives a mysterious email from his deceased wife, he sets out on a quest for answers. One of the all-time great thrillers.
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Dec 16, 2013

Dr. David Beck and his wife Elizabeth are the kind of couple that is so perfect that most of us would hate them. They met when they were little kids and they’ve been in love ever since. They’ve got cute little code phrases like ‘kiss time’ that marks their first smooch, which they know to the minute, of course.

So when a super happy couple like this has an anniversary to celebrate, they wouldn’t think of doing anything as pedestrian as maybe going out for a nice dinner with a couple of cocktails Dr. David Beck and his wife Elizabeth are the kind of couple that is so perfect that most of us would hate them. They met when they were little kids and they’ve been in love ever since. They’ve got cute little code phrases like ‘kiss time’ that marks their first smooch, which they know to the minute, of course.

So when a super happy couple like this has an anniversary to celebrate, they wouldn’t think of doing anything as pedestrian as maybe going out for a nice dinner with a couple of cocktails and then returning home to sit on the couch in their sweat pants and watch The Big Bang Theory. Instead, they drive out to the lakeside cabin to the spot of their first kiss which they commemorate by reenacting the event and then marking another notch into the tree they carved their initials into the first time they swapped saliva.

If this isn’t enough, then they go down to the lake for a little moonlight skinny dipping and bow-chick-a-bow-wow. At this point, even the marketing people who come up with those romantic commercials that try to convince people to buy blood diamonds to celebrate their love are gagging and saying, “Oh, come on! That’s too much!”

Apparently a serial killer observed these proceedings and was so sickened by their public displays of affection that he kidnapped and killed Elizabeth after bonking David on the head. 8 years later and David is still in mourning for the lost love of his life. As the police make a grisly discovery near the scene of Elizabeth’s abduction that calls the official version of events into question, David gets a mysterious email that prompts him to an on-line video feed in which he sees something shocking. David finds himself wrapped up in a dangerous conspiracy as he tries to learn what really happened to his wife.

This is OK as far as thrillers go. It’s got a nice hook to it, but like a lot of these types of story, the plot twists eventually take a turn into pure outlandishness. Plus, I read Coben’s newer book Six Years recently, and that one also involves a man trying to unravel a mystery regarding his lost love so even though this one came first, it seemed more than a little repetitive to me.

This book works very, very hard to convince you that the two lovebirds were truly soul mates. I guess Coben has to really sell that idea so that you’d believe that anyone would risk their lives to find the truth so I get why he writes it like that. It still makes them unbelievable characters because they’re just too perfect as a couple, and that prevented me from fully buying in to the story.

So far I prefer his Myron Bolitor series a lot more than the stand-alone thrillers of his I’ve read.
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May 13, 2019

This kept me on the edge of my seat while I was reading it. A clear 4 star but once I finished and thought about it few things really irked me like why it all come out eight years later or why someone with latest technology at their disposal was outsmarted by someone working in third world. I know it is a matter of interest but David behaved foolishly initially. So a 3 star rating instead of 4.
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Mar 01, 2017

Beck and his wife Elizabeth make their annual stop at Lake Charmaine where they carve a notch into a tree where they first kissed years ago. Later they swim in the lake and make love. Beck stays in the lake while Elizabeth swims ashore. Beck then hears a car door slam, he hears Elizabeth scream, and he sees her disappear into the semi-darkness of the night. When he quickly swims back to shore and climbs onto the dock he is hit a few times with a baseball bat and falls back into the water. He is Beck and his wife Elizabeth make their annual stop at Lake Charmaine where they carve a notch into a tree where they first kissed years ago. Later they swim in the lake and make love. Beck stays in the lake while Elizabeth swims ashore. Beck then hears a car door slam, he hears Elizabeth scream, and he sees her disappear into the semi-darkness of the night. When he quickly swims back to shore and climbs onto the dock he is hit a few times with a baseball bat and falls back into the water. He is told later that he supposedly came out of the water and called an ambulance for help. Elizabeth is missing and later is found dead on the side of a road days later.

Eight years later…

Beck is a pediatrician at a Washington Heights Clinic. One day he gets a message on his computer, a phrase only he and his wife know. A web link is attached to the email…in it he sees what appears to be Elizabeth in a webcam on a street, looking at him and saying she is sorry. She sends him another email, ending with “They’re watching. Tell no one.” Could it be possible that Elizabeth is still alive? After eight years? Beck never ID’d her body, her father did. Looking for answers Beck gets some help from his friends. But suddenly he is also being framed for the murder of Elizabeth! It seems two dead bodies of men have been discovered that were buried at Lake Charmaine, along with a baseball bat. The FBI is convinced that Beck did it. Now Beck is on the run, from the FBI and the police.

This was a very captivating read even though I didn't like how the book ended...I found it a bit confusing. I liked Beck's friends that helped him out along the way, like Tyrese, a drug dealer from the streets. This was a fast-paced read with some really evil bad guys (Asian Wu with his killer hands) and lots of action and suspense. ...more
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Jan 13, 2010

I had never read anything by Harlan Coben and had heard he was a good mystery/suspense writer. I disagree. This book was horrible. I almost gave it NO stars, BUT, to my own discredit, I WAS sucked in to the plot and kind of wanted to keep reading it. However, all along, I noticed the bad writing, the improbable plot twists which never seemed to end, and the completely contrived situations to help set up those plot twists. For example, having Dr. Beck take care of and befriend a black thug drug I had never read anything by Harlan Coben and had heard he was a good mystery/suspense writer. I disagree. This book was horrible. I almost gave it NO stars, BUT, to my own discredit, I WAS sucked in to the plot and kind of wanted to keep reading it. However, all along, I noticed the bad writing, the improbable plot twists which never seemed to end, and the completely contrived situations to help set up those plot twists. For example, having Dr. Beck take care of and befriend a black thug drug dealer's son only so that this same black thug could be his back up man later on? Wow, that was SO predictable and so lame. Then the whole idea of his wife's disappearance being turned on it's head just did NOT seem realistic. If they were so in love and so in tune, I just don't think it would have happened the way it did... that she'd hide all this from him. And more kept getting revealed to switch EVERYTHING around up til the very last page! It was as if Coben was paranoid that not enough excitement existed in the book so he had to keep throwing stuff at the book, everything but the kitchen sink. I will stick with the one star for suspense, but NO STARS for everything else: corny dialogue, silly plot, predictable plot.... and on and on. ...more
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Mar 21, 2014

Oh no! I've just rated a Harlan Coben book only three stars! I found it hard to give time to this book as it's a busy time of year and a busy household. Of course this has nothing to do with the book. I liked this one, didn't love it, and only really wanted to see what happened. I didn't love the ending, there was so much going on. Maybe I had to think too hard! I still think he's an amazing writer. Can't love them all, huh?!

I really do like his work: "We all do it. If you cross the street to Oh no! I've just rated a Harlan Coben book only three stars! I found it hard to give time to this book as it's a busy time of year and a busy household. Of course this has nothing to do with the book. I liked this one, didn't love it, and only really wanted to see what happened. I didn't love the ending, there was so much going on. Maybe I had to think too hard! I still think he's an amazing writer. Can't love them all, huh?!

I really do like his work: "We all do it. If you cross the street to avoid a gang of black teens, you're racial profiling; if you see the gang and think nothing whatsoever, you're from some planet I've never visited."

"Old men stand at the corner and whinge about the day. Women carrying too many bags. Kids who probably should have been in school leaned against whatever was available, some cooler than the next."

I'll be on the prowl for more of his books as a matter of priority though! ...more
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Jul 23, 2017

With Coben, it's very hard to review a book without mentioning spoilers. If I wrote what I want to write, my review would look like a heavily redacted top secret file. So, I will just hit on some key points:

- Coben does it again! Very mysterious and entertaining. If you like other Coben, you will lime this.
- Sometimes confusing. Not to bad, just part of all the twists and turns Coben always throws in.
- Great characters. Not too complex, in fact they are basically caricatures, but really fun to With Coben, it's very hard to review a book without mentioning spoilers. If I wrote what I want to write, my review would look like a heavily redacted top secret file. So, I will just hit on some key points:

- Coben does it again! Very mysterious and entertaining. If you like other Coben, you will lime this.
- Sometimes confusing. Not to bad, just part of all the twists and turns Coben always throws in.
- Great characters. Not too complex, in fact they are basically caricatures, but really fun to see how they all take part in the story.
- Stand-alone - you can read this without reading any other Coben first.

Summary: fun, intriguing, suspenseful, mysterious, and recommended for anyone who likes their mysteries with shocking twists and turns. ...more
4

Nov 07, 2016

“The sun was now in its death throes, bruising the sky a coiling purple and orange.”



This book is unbelievably awesome. First of all, I'd like to say that I had avoided reading it for too long until I had a chance to try it, then I couldn't putting it down even I had a lot of work this week. Tell No One has a straightforward narration. We believed wholeheatedly about what the author tried to tell, but after that, he revealed a distrustful evidence making us reconsider our thought again and “The sun was now in its death throes, bruising the sky a coiling purple and orange.”



This book is unbelievably awesome. First of all, I'd like to say that I had avoided reading it for too long until I had a chance to try it, then I couldn't putting it down even I had a lot of work this week. Tell No One has a straightforward narration. We believed wholeheatedly about what the author tried to tell, but after that, he revealed a distrustful evidence making us reconsider our thought again and again till the end. And this is what makes the book so special for me.



“Memories, you see, hurt. The good ones most of all.”

I enjoyed Harlan Coben's writing style so much. He surprsied me with many twists, and the whole plot was thoroughly planned. In my opinion, I do think that Tell No One is the best crime book I've ever read since I last picked Before I Go to Sleep in 2014. Coben successfully stuck me with the emotion that left me wanting to read crime novels again this year. And now I'm irrevocably a fan of him !

“Don't show me paradise and then burn it down”

David Beck is a multidimensional character even though he presented the flat one for the first few chapters. After he digs into the evidences of his wife and is aware that maybe she's still alive, the book leaps to the highest tempo because of his mind and my suspicion that craving some answers, and you have no idea how much that feeling hit my brain so many times until I promised my self I had to finish this book before midnight. Tell No One also has thrilling vibes and action scens, too, so you don't have to worry that it will bore you to death.

After I finished Tell No One, I have to tell EVERYONE about how amazing this book is. Harlen Coben will be the first author, from now on, when I think of crime novels, I'll pick his other books without hesitation.

4.5 stars for this mind-blowing and cunning book !



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Jun 25, 2019

4.25 stars. By far one of the best thrillers I’ve read. It was twisted and complicated but it all made sense. Very well thought out and written, it had a little of everything. It’s my first book by Harlan Coben and I wIll be reading more of his books. *read the authors note, it was really great.
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Apr 18, 2013

I’m a fan of Harlan Coben’s Myron Bolitar series and decided that I’d start this book without reading the synopsis. It was selected as the book for group discussion in one of my groups and was highly touted. The book was that much more exciting because I didn’t know what it was about and read the prologue with no clue as to where it was going. Here’s what I’ll say about it so you can have a similar experience if you choose.

I had a really tough time putting this book down for interruptions I’m a fan of Harlan Coben’s Myron Bolitar series and decided that I’d start this book without reading the synopsis. It was selected as the book for group discussion in one of my groups and was highly touted. The book was that much more exciting because I didn’t know what it was about and read the prologue with no clue as to where it was going. Here’s what I’ll say about it so you can have a similar experience if you choose.

I had a really tough time putting this book down for interruptions (sleep, errands, meals, etc.) because it was pretty unpredictable, a staple of Coben’s stories. You think you know who the good guys are, only to be disappointed at a later juncture. Even the good guys are presented with moral dilemmas where they make dicey choices and you question your own self as to whether you would have done things differently. Here you have a man who's done nothing but the right things expected of him and in the space of 24 hours is consorting with people and doing things he would never have considered as an option the day before.

The story kept me off balance the entire time and the twist at the end really caught me off guard, just when I believed I had everything sorted out. If you like tension, action, mystery and strange suspense and a little bit of romance, you’ll like this book. I certainly did.
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May 20, 2017

As a mystery thriller,Tell No One delivers nonstop from start to the end. Right from the impactful start, there is never a dull moment in the story. The protagonist, Beck and the rest of characters (along with a string of bad guys) are mostly well written. Coben keeps the story fast paced while introducing new twists & turns at regular intervals that keeps you hooked right till the end (like a good thriller should).

What I really didn’t like was the climax. During the long winded final As a mystery thriller,Tell No One delivers nonstop from start to the end. Right from the impactful start, there is never a dull moment in the story. The protagonist, Beck and the rest of characters (along with a string of bad guys) are mostly well written. Coben keeps the story fast paced while introducing new twists & turns at regular intervals that keeps you hooked right till the end (like a good thriller should).

What I really didn’t like was the climax. During the long winded final act, the story introduces a series of twists and turns, which almost ruins the entire story for you. Especially the final twist is so convoluted, that the entire story doesn’t make sense, if you try putting it together backwards.

In summary, Apart from the flaws, Tell No One is good read & it will keep you entertained. If you like twists and turns,unlikely heroes and page turning action, you will enjoy this. ...more
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Jun 09, 2012

This was my 1st HC novel which made me seek out and read the rest of his books. Great suspense and a fast read! Highly recommend.
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Jan 12, 2019

I would like to know - Are all Coben's books this good??!

Tell No One was right up my street. I loved everything about this page turner - the characters, the clever plot, the twists... I call that AWESOMENESS!

I listened to the audio book and normally, I only listen to audiobooks when running or walking. With this one, I just couldn't stop (no, I didn't do more running), but I listened to it at home, which only shows how much I enjoyed it. The narrator did a great job, making my audio experience I would like to know - Are all Coben's books this good??!

Tell No One was right up my street. I loved everything about this page turner - the characters, the clever plot, the twists... I call that AWESOMENESS!

I listened to the audio book and normally, I only listen to audiobooks when running or walking. With this one, I just couldn't stop (no, I didn't do more running), but I listened to it at home, which only shows how much I enjoyed it. The narrator did a great job, making my audio experience very atmospheric.

I think the last time I got this excited about a crime novel was when I read The Dry by Harper. I am now off to order a few copies of the book and give them to my friends and family!  ...more
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Feb 05, 2016

4.95 stars! So good. And I will explain my ridiculous rating too.

I don't think I've ever read a book that left me guessing so much. Literally to the last page. Any book that can stump me like that is a winner in my book. It was so full of suspense and twists and turns, one of the best thrillers I've read. It would make a great movie too.

I just can't believe no one fact checked the historical reference to the architect Stanford White! (Not a spoiler). Its inaccuracy bothered me a little bit and 4.95 stars! So good. And I will explain my ridiculous rating too.

I don't think I've ever read a book that left me guessing so much. Literally to the last page. Any book that can stump me like that is a winner in my book. It was so full of suspense and twists and turns, one of the best thrillers I've read. It would make a great movie too.

I just can't believe no one fact checked the historical reference to the architect Stanford White! (Not a spoiler). Its inaccuracy bothered me a little bit and that's why I made a silly .05 of a star deduction. ...more
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Feb 25, 2017

Another 5 star read...Man I've been lucky lately:)

A friend who first turned me on to Harlan Coben recommended this as her favorite of his. Tell No One was another page turner for me...suspense, turns, twists with humor, drama, and the unexpected. Loved the cast of characters who were anything but one-dimensional. I was totally sucked into this book and bummed when I had to get back to the real world. Highly recommended!
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Feb 02, 2017

Dr. David Beck receives mysterious emails eight years after his long time childhood friend, and wife for six months was taken. The 13th ring around a heart with their names in against the tree, was the last time they would celebrate a love that started out just about their first year together in school. It was impossible for him to get over the events and move on with his life.

He had no other choice but to sleuth his way to the truth of what happened that night in the lake when Elizabeth Dr. David Beck receives mysterious emails eight years after his long time childhood friend, and wife for six months was taken. The 13th ring around a heart with their names in against the tree, was the last time they would celebrate a love that started out just about their first year together in school. It was impossible for him to get over the events and move on with his life.

He had no other choice but to sleuth his way to the truth of what happened that night in the lake when Elizabeth disappeared and he woke up in the hospital five days later.

Now, after all these years he was warned not to tell anyone about the emails. And he didn't. And the clues keep stacking up that there was much more to his memories than the serial killer who was arrested for a crime. Someone was sending him pieces of his own memories he had never shared with anyone ...

In an unpredictable, fast-moving suspense drama, the past is connecting with the present at breakneck speed. Nothing seemed what is was, and people had a side to them he had yet to discover.

A really good read! ...more
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Jan 01, 2017

This is not Coben's best; perhaps one of his subcontracted works, Still, I kept reading because I didn't really know what was going on and there was enough sustained tension.






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Nov 06, 2019

Tell No One, Harlan Coben
Tell No One is a thriller novel by American writer Harlan Coben, published in 2001. For Dr. David Beck, the loss was shattering. And every day for the past eight years, he has relived the horror of what happened. The gleaming lake. The pale moonlight. The piercing screams. The night his wife was taken. The last night he saw her alive. Everyone tells him it's time to move on, to forget the past once and for all. But for David Beck, there can be no closure. A message has Tell No One, Harlan Coben
Tell No One is a thriller novel by American writer Harlan Coben, published in 2001. For Dr. David Beck, the loss was shattering. And every day for the past eight years, he has relived the horror of what happened. The gleaming lake. The pale moonlight. The piercing screams. The night his wife was taken. The last night he saw her alive. Everyone tells him it's time to move on, to forget the past once and for all. But for David Beck, there can be no closure. A message has appeared on his computer, a phrase only he and his dead wife know. Suddenly Beck is taunted with the impossible- that somewhere, somehow, Elizabeth is alive. Beck has been warned to tell no one. ...

تاریخ نخستین خوانش: روز هفتم ماه نوامبر سال 2018 میلادی
عنوان: به هیچ کس نگو؛ نویسنده: هرلن (هارلن) كوبن؛ بهزاد رحمتی؛ تهران : چلچله، ‏‫1396؛ در 481 ص؛ شابک: 9786008625551؛ چاپ دیگر: تهران: کتابسرای میردشتی، ‏‫1397؛ در 424 ص؛ شابک: 9786229504123؛ موضوع: داستانهای نویسندگان ایالات متحده آمریکا - سده 21 م

کتاب «به هیچ کس نگو» اثری از «هارلن کوبن»، نویسنده ی آمریکایی است، که نخستین بار در سال 2001 میلادی منتشر و موفق به کسب جایزه «ادگار» شد؛ در بسیاری از رمانهای ایشان بازگویی رخدادهای حل نشده ی گذشته، و حادثه های منجر به مرگ است، و ویژگی بارز آثارش پیچشهای ناگهانی در داستان، و شوکه کردن خوانشگر است. درد فقدان برای دکتر «دیوید بک»، کمرشکن بود. و او هر روز، در طول هشت سال بگذشته، با ترس و وحشت آن اتفاق را، زندگی کرده است. آن برکه ی درخشان. نور کمسوی ماه. شیونهای دلخراش. همان شبی که همسرش را ربودند. همان شبی که آخرین بار او را زنده دید. همه به «دیوید» میگویند که وقت گذشتن از آن ماجرا و فراموش کردن گذشته، یک بار برای همیشه، فرا رسیده است. اما برای «دیوید بک»، پایانی در کار نخواهد بود. پیامی بر صفحه ی کامپیوتر او ظاهر شده، که حاوی عبارتی است که فقط او و همسرش میدانستند. «دیوید بک» ناگهان با غیرممکنها روبرو شده است؛ اینکه در جایی، و به طریقی، «الیزابت» هنوز زنده است. ا. شربیانی ...more
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Mar 07, 2019

The pacing in this book makes for a brilliant mystery thriller - no time for unnecessary information or wordy explanations, it's a real rollercoaster ride!
I can't say that anything about this felt genuine or that I particularly cared about any of the characters, it's just not that kind of book.
What kept me hooked was the craft of the mystery and all the mini-reveals that evolved in an exciting and punchy way.
I was a little disappointed with the ending as it didn't really add up but it didn't The pacing in this book makes for a brilliant mystery thriller - no time for unnecessary information or wordy explanations, it's a real rollercoaster ride!
I can't say that anything about this felt genuine or that I particularly cared about any of the characters, it's just not that kind of book.
What kept me hooked was the craft of the mystery and all the mini-reveals that evolved in an exciting and punchy way.
I was a little disappointed with the ending as it didn't really add up but it didn't spoil my enjoyment of the thrilling ride to enlightenment overall! ...more
5

Oct 23, 2017

Holy hell, this was the craziest rollercoaster ride of a read I’ve EVER been on- I had somehow never heard of this author before and now I want to read every book he’s published. From the get go this book grabbed me and I actually felt like I was on the fastest rollercoaster ever and wasn’t able to get off. I couldn’t put this book down and it stressed me out to no end but in the best way possible. There were so many twists and turns and I basically just held on and read as quickly as possible Holy hell, this was the craziest rollercoaster ride of a read I’ve EVER been on- I had somehow never heard of this author before and now I want to read every book he’s published. From the get go this book grabbed me and I actually felt like I was on the fastest rollercoaster ever and wasn’t able to get off. I couldn’t put this book down and it stressed me out to no end but in the best way possible. There were so many twists and turns and I basically just held on and read as quickly as possible to figure out what the hell was happening. Highly recommend this to all thriller mystery lovers! ...more
5

Mar 15, 2018

There are page turners and there are page turners with cherries on top. This has a cherry on top.
Eight years ago Dr. David Beck is devastated when his lovely young wife is abducted and then murdered. Eight years on David still has not come to terms with his lose but is getting by the best he can. Out of know where he gets a cryptic email with information that only his wife could know. He logs on and gets the shock of his life when he sees a live stream with his dead wife, who looks very much There are page turners and there are page turners with cherries on top. This has a cherry on top.
Eight years ago Dr. David Beck is devastated when his lovely young wife is abducted and then murdered. Eight years on David still has not come to terms with his lose but is getting by the best he can. Out of know where he gets a cryptic email with information that only his wife could know. He logs on and gets the shock of his life when he sees a live stream with his dead wife, who looks very much alive, in it.
At the same time, eight years ago, a young man is shot and killed. The young man's father, a billionaire with all the reach that that kind of money can bring, is also devastated at his lose. The father believes that David's wife was responsible for his son's death. The father never sure that David's wife is really dead has kept tabs on David for the last eight years. David's house is bugged so when David gets the email from his dead wife the bereaved father leaves no stone unturned to learn the truth.

What happens next is a will deprive you of sleep and the book will become a permanent extension of your hand until the last page.

This is a high octane thriller that will have your nails bitten to the quick.
Highly recommended. ...more
5

May 02, 2013

Holy %*\! This book completely blew me away, one twist after another! I can certainly understand why it got such a buzz when it was released. For those who haven't read Harlan Coben yet, I think that Tell No One is a good one to start out with. Each page and chapter of the book just keep you guessing up until the very end.

One thing I like about Harlan Coben is his books aren't really bloody, gory or overly graphic like some other mystery writers, just full of nail biting suspense! Some nights Holy ¢%*\! This book completely blew me away, one twist after another! I can certainly understand why it got such a buzz when it was released. For those who haven't read Harlan Coben yet, I think that Tell No One is a good one to start out with. Each page and chapter of the book just keep you guessing up until the very end.

One thing I like about Harlan Coben is his books aren't really bloody, gory or overly graphic like some other mystery writers, just full of nail biting suspense! Some nights this book kept me up past my bedtime it was so good, LOL! I just couldn't put it down. ...more

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