Mystery, The Trash Bin, Thriller

Tell No One–Harlan Coben

As you may have noticed I don’t write these directly after I read them anymore. I’m lazy. I write a bunch in one sitting and pretend like I was writing them all along. Which tends to lead me to forgetting what some of these books were actually about.

 Now, I gave this book a 2 out of 5 stars on my GoodReads… Which means I hated it and wanted to kick it down a well. I don’t think I’ve ever put a 1 star on anything because I know how much work it takes to write a book, even a crappy one.

 This book was about (wait, while I read the synopsis on GoodReads) a man whose wife disappears and then he’s getting cryptic messages 8 years later that sound like it’s his wife talking to him. (Right, now I remember. Sort of.)

 I’m not going to say Don’t Bother, but if I don’t remember most of it, then I’m likely not going to read it again. I’m pretty sure I actually gave it away. …

 If you like predictable “Thrillers” give it a try.

 But you’d probably enjoy Gone Girl better.

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