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TELL NO ONE

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Eight years ago, Dr. David Beck and his wife Elizabeth celebrated the anniversary of their first kiss by going to their spot at a secluded lake. The evening ended in tragedy with an assault on David and the murder of Elizabeth.

David has done his best to get on with his life but he has started getting anonymous e-mails suggesting that Elizabeth is alive. He even sees a video of her walking down the street. David doesnt want to get his hopes up but he has to find out the truth. What he doesnt know is that his actions will set off a chain of events that will plunge him into a nightmare world where lies are everywhere and death is only one step away.

Optioned for a motion picture, TELL NO ONE is a spellbinder. With a brilliant hero, a premise that is pure noir, and a plot that would make Hitchcock drool, this is the book that will shoot Coben to superstardom. (Jan., 339 pp., $6.99) Hardcover published June 2001.

Reviewed by: 
Toby Bromberg