Harlan Coben's Gone For Good loses a bit of the page-turning velocity present in Tell No One.
In another time, this 1987 espionage novel set in the Middle East would be great escapist literature. In today's world, however, it is a gripping—and all-too haunting—tale of extreme relevance.
Not High Art, but impressive craftsmanship from the master of comic caper novels.
The much creepier second volume in the Leo Waterman series, sequel to Who in Hell Is Wanda Fuca?.