Not often does an author grab his audience’s attention at the first sentence; however, Harlan Coben never fails to construct a plot where it sinks its teeth into you. As expected, The Strangers is a hook, line, and sinker that carries you into an American Dream where a stranger shatters the world of the protagonist, Adam. The stranger comes out of nowhere, perhaps the supermarket, a bar, or the living room of your home. The stranger, a silent storm, appears for just a moment and the only evidence of his existence is a whisper— a secret or conspiracy that reveals underlying life shattering cloak-and-daggers. Harlan Coben’s The Stanger is a must read this summer.
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