I am a huge fan of Harlan Coben. He writes amazing mystery/suspense books. He writes the Myron Bolitar series as well as stand alone novels such as this one. I like his writing style which focuses mainly on one character but gives you glimpses of other characters and their thoughts. Right when you think you know where his story is going- BAM- some twist will show up that you were not expecting. The only reason I did not give this book a 5/5 was I just did not think this book was as up to speed as his other books. The storyline was a little slower than some of his other books. The very last page to me seemed too anti-climatic. Even so I would recommend this to any mystery/suspense reader.
The Story (synopsis): Twenty years ago at summer camp, Paul Copeland's sister died in the woods, the alleged victim of a serial killer. Her body was never found. Now, Paul is the prosecutor for Essex County, New Jersey, immersed in one of the biggest cases of his career-a case that will change everything he believes about the past...and the truth.