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I Will Find You
by Harlan Coben
Oh my word – here’s a page-turner if ever there was one! I’ve never read Harlan Coben before but I will certainly not miss the next one! With over 80 million books in print worldwide, Harlan Coben is a number 1 bestselling New York Times author of thirty four novels! His books are published in 45 languages around the globe and he’s produced loads of Netflix TV dramas like Stay Close and The Five.
David and Cheryl Burroughs are happily married – living in a beautiful house in the suburbs with a three year old son named Matthew – when tragedy strikes one night in the worst possible way.
David wakes up to find himself covered in blood, but not his own – his son’s. And while he knows he didn’t murder his son, the overwhelming evidence against him puts him behind bars indefinitely. Five years into his imprisonment, Cheryl’s sister visits him in prison with a photograph that a friend took on holiday at an amusement park. The boy in the background of the photo looks familiar – and despite being five years older, David realises it is unmistakably Matthew, and he’s still alive…. He absolutely has to get out of prison to find his boy and to discover the real story of what happened that devastating night.
Compelling… A fantastically breakneck prison break/fugitive adventure story – Observer
An enthrallingly tense read from start to finish – Heat
I Will Find You bristles with the irresistible storytelling nous that is Coben’s purview – Financial Times
You’ll lock yourself away so you aren’t interrupted while reading! – Prima
Rightly admired for his plotting, Coben pulls off some trademark twists – Sunday Times