Win Book by Harlan Coben

More than twenty years ago, Patricia Lockwood is robbed in the story of her father's house and spends several months in a remote cabin. He escapes, but neither the culprit nor the items stolen that night are found.

Until a body is found in an apartment in the Upper West Side, and next to it, two valuable items are seen: the missing painting by Fermire and a leather suitcase with the logo of W.H.L.3. For the first time in years, the police get a clue; Now not only can they go to Patricia's case, but one of the old FBI cases also comes into the middle. Because that suitcase and the sign draw everyone's attention to one person.

Winsorhorn Lockwood III, aka Wayne, wonders how his suitcase and this family painting got into the hands of this dead man. But he finds out that the man who stole his cousin years ago was also involved in a terrorist incident. The two cases have baffled the FBI for decades, but unlike the police, Wayne has three special qualities: a personal connection to the case, great wealth, and a unique color for justice.

Cobain never lets you down - Lee Child

Cobain confronts the audience with moral questions and action scenes - Book Page

A book with captivating twists, action scenes and clever dialogues... Can anti-heroes emerge as heroes? This book answers this question in a surprising and satisfying way. - Booktrip

Coben is the king of breathtaking novels. - RailbookSpy

Harlan Coben skillfully confronts ordinary families with secrets and adventures hidden under the skin of life. - Associated Press

Coben beautifully shapes the scenes and this novel is no exception. - Toronto Star

A dynamic thriller about a man who takes a dangerous path on the way to justice - PopSugar

About Author:

Harlan Coben, born on January 4, 1962, is an American writer of mystery novels and thrillers. Coben was born in a Jewish family in New Jersey. While studying political science, he was a member of the Psi Upsilon fraternity with Dan Brown. After graduating from university, he worked in his grandfather's tourism company. His first book was published at the age of 26, and his subsequent novels were successful. Harlan Coben lives with his wife and four children in Ridgewood, New Jersey. So far, more than 30 mystery novels have been published by him, which have been translated into 45 languages. He is the first writer to win three major awards, Edgar, Seamus and Anthony.