Run Away (B&N Exclusive Edition)

Run Away (B&N Exclusive Edition)

by Harlan Coben

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781538700129
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Publication date: 03/19/2019
Edition description: B&N Exclusive Edition
Pages: 384
Sales rank: 119
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.10(h) x 1.40(d)

About the Author

With more than seventy million books in print worldwide, Harlan Coben is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of numerous suspense novels, including Don't Let Go, Home, and Fool Me Once, as well as the multi-award-winning Myron Bolitar series. His books are published in forty-three languages around the globe and have been number one bestsellers in more than a dozen countries. He lives in New Jersey.


Ridgewood, New Jersey

Date of Birth:

January 4, 1962

Place of Birth:

Newark, New Jersey


B.A. in political science, Amherst College, 1984

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Run Away 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 38 reviews.
Anonymous 3 months ago
Amazing writing, haven’t read a book so great in a while. Congratulations Mr. Coben! Worth waiting for??
Anonymous 29 days ago
Mesmerizing, a cannot put down book!
Anonymous 3 months ago
Harlem Coben always delivers a story with well developed characters and a puzzling plot line, which is never easy to decipher. This book is no exception. Told from the perspective of each of the characters makes for a fast paced journey and one you’ll be glad you took. Highly recommended.
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Anonymous 3 months ago
Really good book. I read it in 24 hours
Anonymous 28 days ago
Great read!!! kept me solidly glued on the edge at all times.
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Anonymous 3 months ago
Actually I waited for a review before purchasing this book to see how others viewed it. Wish I had preordered and read immediately. Always a great story from Harlan Coben.
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Simon Greene’s daughter Paige is lost drugs and an abusive relationship, her boyfriend is found murdered then she is missing. Everywhere that Simon looks for his daughter there are more complications. This fast-paced thriller novel will leave you at the edge of your seat.
Anonymous 12 days ago
Found it extremely boring - after Where the Crawdads Sing, it's hard to get interested in anything. I found myself skipping pages.
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357800 18 days ago
4+ Stars. OH BOY! There's a doozie of a secret hiding in RUN AWAY! The search for Paige is underway and daddy Simon is playing it close to the edge punching out those who get in his way, and questioning everyone and anyone....including those hazardous to your health. Bullets are flying....and hitting their mark in this suspenseful mystery-thriller with ruthless killers and drug dealers; we even meet up with a couple familiar notable faces from the past. Get ready to quickly turn pages, read a well-written, multi-layered a master.... with well-done characters and more than one worthy twist. Don't RUN AWAY from this one.....and be sure to check out H.C.'s Myron Bolitar series (my favorite) (Did you Coben fans catch the reference to Win? .... "Articulate!" ... Love it!)
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Anonymous 20 days ago
Run Away was hard to put down. Congratulations Mr. Coben. I do miss the Myron Bolitar series and wish he would resume the series.
Anonymous 23 days ago
Harlan has such a gift of incorporating current social issues with moral dilemmas. He writes a riveting, realistic story that draws the reader in and doesn’t disappoint. Thanks for a great read.
JHSEsq 24 days ago
Simon believes that he and his wife, Ingrid, a pediatrician, have established a nearly perfect life. They have 3 beautiful children, successful careers, a beautiful home in Manhattan. And then their oldest daughter, Paige, goes away to college . . . and it all goes wrong. Paige becomes a drug addict, drops out of school, and has an abusive boyfriend, 11 years her senior. After all attempts to help her fail, she disappears. Brokenhearted, Simon cannot bring himself to stop searching for her, even though he and Ingrid have agreed to suspend their efforts. With a tip and some luck, he spots her playing the guitar and singing at Strawberry Fields in Central Park. But she's clearly strung out to the point of being nearly unrecognizable. And when Simon approaches her, begging her to come home with him, her boyfriend, Aaron, materializes and there is an altercation. In the chaos, Paige runs. 3 months later, Aaron has been brutally murdered and Paige may be in danger. Simon and Ingrid are now united in their effort to find Paige, and together they venture into a dangerous world. With tragic consequences. Meanwhile, former FBI agent & private investigator Elena Ramirez has been hired to find a missing 24-year-old. Henry Thorpe's wealthy father is not convinced that the text he received from his son saying he was heading west for a couple of weeks means Henry is not in trouble. And Ash has been hired to kill two men. He doesn't ask questions. He simply carries out his assignments, accompanied by his friend, DeeDee, with whom he was in foster care as a youth. DeeDee has joined a cult, the Shining Truth, and is known as Holly at its compound, Truth Haven. At the outset, how these three disparate stories are related is a mystery. But as bestselling author Harlen Coben's intricately plotted new thriller, Run Away, progresses, it becomes clear that there will be convergence. First, Elena and Simon encounter and begin working together to find Paige. Both are empathetic characters. Elena has lost the love of her life and been forced to leave the FBI following an injury that left her with a limp. Simon is forced, through Paige's disappearance and other events, to confront his effectiveness as a father and husband. His introspection fuels his determination to make amends for mistakes he made -- even though he thought he was doing his best at the time -- and be more present if only he can find Paige and set things right in his family. Along the way, he finds a surprising ally, as well as a few enemies who threaten not only his well-being, but that of his family. Run Away's pace never slackens as Coben takes readers along on Simon's desperate search to find his daughter and keep her safe, and keeps them guessing about how the three seemingly unrelated stories are, in fact, connected. As they begin to converge, Coben reveals plot twists and surprising developments that propel the story forward. And just for good measure, he wraps the story up with a jaw-dropping conclusion. Run Away is a compelling exploration of just how far a father and mother will go to protect their children. But it is also a surprisingly tender exploration of marriage and relationships that illustrates it is impossible to ever fully know another person. Everyone harbors secrets. Coben explores how one family deals with secrets that are finally exposed, as well as whether some secrets can remain hidden for the sake of the family's survival. Thanks to NetGalley for an ARC!
Anonymous 24 days ago
I loved Run Away and couldn’t put it down. Took me a few pages, though, because I don’t like books where the heroes are being framed or threatened by police. A few more pages assured me that that was not this book! I do have to admit that Paige caused an awful lot of grief, and I’m not sure I could have been that devoted a parent. I really liked Elena and Cornelius too. Yvonne didn’t seem too real to me. In fact, I figured her for a bad guy! I hate that I read the book too fast and it’s over!
Anonymous 24 days ago
Fantastic writing
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Anonymous 25 days ago
One of my favorite authors. Ive read every one of H.C. books and am never disappointed. This one was a page turner that I truly enjoyed!
Anonymous 25 days ago
I'm not one that reads suspense novels but after reading the reviews, decided to read it. So glad I did. It kept my attention from the first chapter to the last. Great read.