Fool Me Once by Harlan Coben; 2016; $28.00; 390 pages; Dutton, New York, NY; 978-0-525-95509-2; checked out from Multnomah County Library, Central; 3/29/16-4/1/16

Why did I read this? As I have said before I would read Harlan Cobens grocery list.

Maya Burkett has lost her military career, her sister and her husband.  She lost her career to a whistle blower, her sister and husband to unknown assailants.  A friend gives her a nanny camera and on it she sees her dead husband interacting with their daughter in their living room.  This sets on a chase down a deep rabbit hole where she finds conspiracies surrounding conspiracies with in her husbands family and their business.  Maya finds out that she has been fooled but she won’t let it happen again, no matter what.

Grade A, A thriller full of twists and turns that I didn’t see coming.