The Stranger by Harlan Coben (a book review)

This story observes suburban life pretty well. It’s about a seemingly happy family whose life gets disrupted after a stranger tells the husband something he didn’t know his wife did two years before. After confronting her about the revelation, the story starts taking different twists. It is suspenseful and engrossing, especially in the middle of the book when things start to become “curiouser and curiouser,” as Alice in Wonderland would say.

The author, Harlan Coben, has written a number of books, some of which are a series; but for some reason, I couldn’t get into them. However, I have read all his standalone books below and listed them in the order they were published.

Play Dead
Miracle Cure
Tell No One
Gone for Good
No Second Chance
Just One Look
The Innocent
The Woods
Hold Tight
Caught
Stay Close
Six Years
Missing You
The Stranger

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