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No Second Chance

by Harlan Coben

No Second Chance
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    Apr 2003, 352 pages
    May 2004, 448 pages

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Emily (04/15/09)

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Both exciting and wonderful. It was very hard to put this book down. I'm 18 and the only books I read are by Harlan Coben because they are thrilling and are perfect if you looking for something new to read.
Cree (06/08/08)

Harlan does it again
Once again, Mr. Coben does an outstanding job writing a murder mystery... weaving in details and characters that all come together beautfully and seamlessly in the end. While you know he always includes details for a reason, it is still a refreshingly unpredictable conclusion. For those of you who love a good mystery, I recommend this book!
Kim Izor...age 15 (10/16/04)

The book is outstanding! I started reading it for a book report, but got in to it right away. It's never ending thrill and excitment and the ending is priceless!
Michael Reed (08/25/04)

New to Harlen's work. GREAT! One of those that you don't put down....not even to sleep...
sheree booth (07/05/04)

a great read,you can't put it down.Keeps you on the edge throughout the whole book,parts of it
very amusing.
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