Series Sunday is a bookish meme hosted by Literary Marie of Precision Reviews. I encourage all of my fellow book bloggers and bookhearts to play along.
- Read an installment of a series.
- Share your review/recommendation below.
- Include the title, author and series name.
My Series Sunday pick is One False Move, the 5th book in the Myron Bolitar series by Harlan Coben. Sports agent Myron Bolitar is hired to protect Brenda Slaughter, a beautiful basketball star. Her mother disappeared twenty years ago, and now her father is missing too. First the clothes were gone, then the money was gone.
If you're a Bolitar fan, you know that he is more than just a sports agent. And you know he's a sympathetic person who loves to help and save his clients. You should also be familiar with his team: Esperanza, the former pro-wrestler working at MB Sports Rep as assistant and Windsor "Win" Horne Lockwood, the mysterious bachelor business partner. However, this is the first time that Myron has more than a vested professional interest. He has a personal interest with Brenda. This makes the story very intense. People are willing to die and be killed to protect secrets.
Myron's next move may always be his last. But it's a series, so I know he will stay alive. But the author, Harlan Coben, does a great job of building suspense. For one second, I even questioned whether Myron would make it out alive. This installment of the series is emotional, heartbreaking and spellbinding. It stands out as one of the best books in the Myron Bolitar series.
Title: One False Move
Author: Harlan Coben
Published: August 2009