Book Review-The-Woods


The Woods

by

Harlan Coben

A summer camp turns into a nightmare for the owner and several families after six teenage campers, for varying reasons, decide to visit the woods one night.

 Two of them hear screams and find a body.  Two are never seen again, also presumed dead, and the last is found sometime later…also dead.

 Twenty years later one of the missing (presumed dead) victims turns up in a morgue.  A recent homicide victim.

Twenty years later one of the missing (presumed dead) victims turns up in a morgue.  A recent homicide victim.

Could the other girl be alive also?  Or has the homicide victim been mistakenly identified?  These are questions Detective Paul Copeland must find answers to in order to discover if his sister is still alive or was killed in The Woods some twenty years earlier.

 The Woods, by Harlan Coben, is an enjoyable read of how this case is solved.  There are enough twists to keep readers turning pages and most of the story is plausible…almost.  During my formative years at school there were always ‘summer camps’ to which some of the school’s cohort would go each year.  If this book had been written then, maybe there would have been less participants in those camps.

 For the crime, thriller reader (that’s me) this was an enjoyable book.

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Definitely a

read.

The Woods

can be purchased on-line at

FishpondBooktopia, and Amazon

 

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Travel Theme-Grow

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My

Grow

Travel Theme.

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During the past twelve months we have watched our…

two new pups, grow from puppies,

although one is a bit larger than the other…

into almost adults dogs although with streaks of

teenage madness showing through every now and again.

They have also become best friends

that play fight and frolick in our back yard

on all but very hot and cold, wet days.

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Where’s My Backpack: Grow

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