It began with a phone call... has he now made a promise he can't keep? A gripping Myron Bolitar novel from the SUNDAY TIMES bestselling author of SIX YEARS.
The 2am phone call is from a young, frightened, lost girl who has called the one adult who had promised to help her if she ever got into any trouble: Myron Bolitar. But his help proves not to be enough. He picks her up from a cold street corner and - against his better judgment - is persuaded to drop her at an unknown address. This is a mistake that he lives to regret, for Aimee Biel's final wave from a darkened porch turns out to be the last time anyone will see her...
Driven by guilt and the desperation of her family, Myron decides to break his vow of six years and get involved in the search. But his past will not be buried so easily... and Myron must decide once and for all what he will stand up for if he is to have any hope of rescuing both Aimee and himself.
Rejoice. After a temporary absence, Myron Bolitar is back. Coben proves yet again that mean, twisted minds inhabit the deceptively squeaky-clean suburbs of New Jersey - TIME OUT
Bolitar is a glorious character, full of the right kind of quips and wise-ass backchat. Coben's thrillers always have a dramatic twist at the end, sometimes even two or three, and this does not disappoint on that score. - GUARDIAN
Coben fans won't be disappointed by the trademark serpentine twists - DAILY MAIL
I liked Myron Bolitar, the laidback hero of many of his books - but I never really got to know Myron properly until this latest book. This is the humanization of Myron Bolitar. Just 12 pages from the end of the book I still had no idea about how it was going to be resolved. There are lovely light-hearted lessons in life sprinkled throughout but PROMISE ME is not about preaching, it is about catching you by those short hairs on the back of your neck - SUNDAY TIMES - Maeve Binchy
Harlan Coben is the most exciting talent in crime writing. He is an international No. 1 bestseller, gracing the lists of both the SUNDAY TIMES and the NEW YORK TIMES. His books are published in over 40 languages and there are more than 47 million of his novels in print worldwide. Harlan lives in New Jersey with his family. www.harlancoben.com