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Grace Lawson is living a happy, straightforward life in the suburbs with her husband, Jack, and two young children. But that security is about to come to a brutal end.

 

For when Grace picks up a set of holiday snaps, amongst them is one shot that doesn't fit: a faded image of a life that Grace doesn't recognise and of her husband as she never knew him.

 

Within twelve hours, Jack has disappeared, a brutal hitman is stalking her family and the safe world she knows has been turned upside down. And all Grace can see is that the past is coming back to haunt the present and people are getting hurt...

 

 

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do I understand correctly that his is #8 on the best-seller list? (just trying to figure out the code in here)

 

I read Coben's "Tell No One", and was riveted; however, subsequent forays into his work proved to be very disappointing to me--I find him predictable and non-engaging----although his plot ideas are really interesting.

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Yes Abby, in this section we have listed out our top sellers in the UK in order as given to us by Nielsen Bookscan.

 

This will be different to what you've got on the bestseller list over in California, but we've got a selection of the current top sellers over in the USA bestseller forum.

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