Finally got around to seeing the French film "Tell No One" last weekend and was curious about the book (and author) that inspired it.
Is anyone here a fan of Harlan Coben? Was his book as good as the movie that was made of it, or is this one of those rare situations where a movie outshines its source material? (Man, I didn't even RECOGNIZE Kristin Scott Thomas, though she looked VAGUELY familiar.) How about his other books? Worth reading at all?
Remember, I'm not much of a genre fan -- I like GOOD WRITING. If you're talking detective noirs and police procedurals, I like material that's in the James Ellroy and Elizabeth George class. Stopped reading Robert B. Parker a number of years ago, so I don't know whether he'd still make the grade.
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