I Will Find You Book Review

I Will Find You Book Review

Title: I will Find You
Author: Harlan Coben
Published: March 14, 2023, Grand Central Publishing
No. of Pages: 336
Cover Price: $30.00 Hardcover, $14.99 Kindle

Harlan Coben is one of the most popular modern authors, and it is evident in I Will Find You. David Burroughs has been in prison for the past five years after being convicted of bludgeoning his 3 year old son to death. He is innocent, of course, but doesn’t care much because without his son, he thinks life isn’t worth it. However, his former sister-in-law visits him in prison with a picture of his son, and he is sure that his son is alive and must get out of prison to find him.

Coben is a genius when it comes to weaving a story; his books are all bestsellers for good reason. He creates incredibly believable characters, and adds characters from previous books which gives some familiarity to readers of his previous books. The characters in this excellent, edge of your seat, novel are perfect for the story.

Not only is this a great novel with twists and turns, it is a commentary on the unfairness of how the rich are treated as opposed to those who don’t have power and money. While the dénouement is a big surprise, it is somewhat unsettling, since it is a reflection of what happens in real life.

This is an excellent novel for those who enjoy the humor and storytelling ability of Harlan Coben. Most fans have read all of the previous novels and are always waiting for the subsequent ones. This is highly recommended for fans, as well as anyone who has just discovered this amazing author,

This may be a commentary on how the rich can commit crimes, including murder, and with their money, status, and power, get off.
Special thanks to NetGalley for supplying a review copy of this book.

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