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Just One Look

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Just One Look

By Harlan Coben

Dutton Books, Mass Market Paperbound, 9780451213204, 528pp.

Publication Date: April 26, 2005

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Description
An ordinary snapshot causes a mother's world to unravel in #1 New York Times bestselling author Harlan Coben's shocking thriller.
When Grace Lawson picks up a newly developed set of family photographs, there is a picture that doesn't belong--a photo from at least twenty years ago with a man in it who looks strikingly like her husband, Jack. And though Jack denies it's him, he disappears that night, taking the photo with him. Grace doesn't know why he left, where he's gone, or if he's ever coming back. Nor does she realize how dangerous the search for him will be. Because there are others interested in both her husband's past and that photo, including Eric Wu: a fierce, silent killer who will not be stopped from finding his quarry, no matter who or what stands in his way.
Her world turned upside down, filled with doubts about her herself and marriage, Grace must confront the dark corners of her own tragic past as she struggles to learn the truth, find her husband, and save her family.


About the Author
Harlan Coben is the internationally bestselling author of more than twenty previous novels, including the #1 New York Times bestsellers The Stranger, Missing You, Six Years, Stay Close, Live Wire, Caught, Long Lost, and Hold Tight, as well as the Myron Bolitar series and a series aimed at young adults featuring Myron's nephew, Mickey Bolitar. The winner of the Edgar, Shamus, and Anthony Awards, he lives in New Jersey.


Praise For Just One Look

"The tension doesn't build slowly; it snaps and crackles right from the get-go."—People



"A heck of a ride."—New York Daily News



"Coben twists story lines into psychological thrill rides.  The pages flip so fast it's a wonder you don't develop paper cuts."—Orlando Sentinel



 

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