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The Innocent

innocentIn the first of the Will Robie thrillers, The Innocent, Robie path is crossed with a young lady who throws him off of his game after he could not go through with a hit that he was ordered to complete,  He cannot bring himself to leave her behind.  Their paths are intertwined though he is not sure why or even if it is just a coincidence.  Their lives are at risk and he has to fend off a determined FBI agent also trying to solve a series of murders.  He is used to the chess game of his profession, but he is not sure whether he is playing or is a piece being manipulated.  Robie’s enemies always seem to be one step ahead.

The Innocent

innocentImagine waking up from a nightmare and finding that your bed is all torn up from the experience.  Imagine that the dream wasn’t just a dream, but based on something that you experienced.  Imagine that this experience was common for your job.  Finally imagine that your best friend is asking you to do it again.

The Innocent

Imagine being a small town teenager at a party and something goes terribly wrong and someone ends up dead.  After you get out of jail you try to get your life back together.  You cannot believe your luck when you meet the perfect woman who does not care about your past…and she is pregnant.  Things are great until it all starts to unravel and nothing seems right.

The Innocent by Harlan Cobenfollows the tumultuous life of Matt Hunter as he tries to hold his new life together.  There are plenty of twists and turn to keep you entertained.  I have enjoyed Coben’s books and look forward to catching up with the rest of his works.