If you’re looking to start reading some of the Harlan Coben books, the Myron Bolitar series is probably the best place to start, unless you prefer psychological thrillers. In that case, start with any of his standalone novels.
What order should I read Harlan Coben?
- Deal Breaker (1995)
- Drop Shot (1996)
- Fade Away (1996)
- Back Spin (1997)
- One False Move (1998)
- The Final Detail (1999)
- Darkest Fear (2000)
- Promise Me (2006)
Is Win a stand alone book?
Harlan Coben has been at the top of his game for quite a while now. Between his stand-alone thrillers, his Myron Bolitar series and his scriptwriting for Netflix miniseries, it would seem to be tough to exceed his body of work. But with his latest novel, “Win,” he certainly does.
Is Hold Tight worth watching?
I can’t highly recommend Hold Tight, but it does offer a moderately entertaining diversion because of its foreign pedigree. Hold Tight is another worthwhile Harlan Coben adapted story.
Are The Woods and Hold Tight connected?
Hold Tight and The Woods are both based on standalone novels, and Hold Tight isn’t an official sequel to The Woods. But two characters from the earlier series will appear in the new one. Grochowska, who played Laura in The Woods, and Damięcki, who played Pawel, reprise their roles in Hold Tight.
Harlan Coben on “The Match” (which Rach read in …
Harlan Coben discusses WIN.
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