Home by Harlan Coben; 2016; $28.00; 385 pages; Dutton, New York, NY; 978-0-525-95510-8; checked out from Multnomah County Library, Rockwood; 10/25/16-10/28/16
Why did I read this? Because I would almost anything Harlan writes, list of chores, grocery list or child’s excuse from school.
Ten years ago the child of one of Win’s cousins and another boy disappeared under mysterious circumstances and all of a sudden Win receives an email giving him a clue to the locale of the boys. Win and Myron and friends start following the clues and digging into things, however they find some unnerving facts and the trail leads places they don’t really want to go. As with most of Harlan’s work it is like riding space mountain, you know there are twists and turns coming but you can’t see them. A thrill ride you will probably enjoy.