"I sat in the back pew and watched the only woman I would ever love marry another man."
The burning questions of this novel... Why did Natalie leave and where is she now? Well, I think as an outsider it was easy to guess why she left. But I can see why the protagonist had a hard time figuring it out. The fun of this novel is watching him try to put the pieces together and biting my nails during the anxious moments when he puts himself in real danger. In the end, the explanation isn't as simple as I expected. And the last chapter does have a slight twist.
Harlan Coben writes exciting, easy-to-read stories. This one was ok. I couldn't really get into the mystery because I felt like it was sort of obvious. I didn't mind the book, but I wasn't blown away by it either.
Adults who enjoy Harlan Coben or James Patterson; people who like thrillers, adventures or crime novels.