From the cover: Sara Lowell and Michael Silverman are the ideal celebrity couple: she’s TV’s most popular journalist and he’s New York’s hottest basketball star. Their lives would soon be shattered by Dr. Harvey Riker’s clinic and the miracle cure that millions seek. One-by-one his patients are getting well. One-by-one they are targeted by a serial killer more fatal than their disease.
Harlan Coben has a huge following, his books are always mega sellers, and he’s published on a global scale. How come I find them quite hard going?! They always seem way too long, dragging in the middle.
I also am not a fan of violence just for the hell of it, with which this book was dealt in spades. And, even though this was very well narrated by Eric Meyers, Aids, homosexuality, politics and religion are definitely not my favourite topics to listen to every day. Coben does, however, come up with some good, twisting storylines – I didn’t start to pick up where we were headed till quite close to the end; and I do appreciate an epilogue. Would I recommend this book to a friend? No, sorry, but fans will probably lap it up. We've got it in Hardcover, paperback, Large Print, audio CD and Playaway formats. Click on the title if you'd like to borrow.