‘Stay Close’ by Harlan Coben

“Stay Close” plunges into the meticulously intertwined past of a suburban housewife, a burnt out photographer and a relentless detective.

As they wander through their deceptively mundane lives, they are suddenly confronted with the neglected legacy of past events as the ramifications come roaring into the foreground of the present.

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