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Run Away

“Simon’s eyes stayed locked on the panhandling girl mangling John Lennon’s legacy. Her hair was matted clumps. Her cheekbones were sunken. The girl was rail-thin, raggedy, dirty, damaged, homeless, lost. She was also Simon’s daughter Paige.”

Harlan Coben is one prolific writer.  In Run Away we meet a family full of heart ache.  A family with a daughter, while not dead, is a much as dead with her addiction and abusive boyfriend.  We see this family face the question about how far would you go to save your child…would you commit murder?