Six years ago political science professor Jake Fisher watched the love of his life, Natalie, marry someone else. Natalie made Jake promise then that he would leave her alone--and he has. But when he sees an obituary with a photo that resembles Natalie's husband, Todd, he decides to go to the funeral. He is stunned when he meets the dead man's family and his wife is not Natalie, but another woman. Jake realizes that he is not going to be able to keep his promise to Natalie and vows to get to the bottom of what happened to her, despite the cost. In Six Years, Coben has written a page turner that's extremely hard to put down. It's wonderful that he's able to come up with a story so compelling after all these years of writing thrillers. It will be published next month.
I'm a librarian with a background in Reader's Advisory who left librarianship for domestic...uh...bliss.
From 1992-2003 I worked at the Downers Grove (IL) Public Library. I served on YALSA's Popular Paperbacks for Young Adults (1998-2000, chair 2000) and Quick Picks for Reluctant Young Adult Readers (2001-2003, chair 2002). I wrote the article "Zap! Woosh! Kerplow! Build High Quality Graphic Novel Collections With Impact" (School Library Journal, January 1997). I am a substitute Reference Librarian at the Indian Prairie Public Library.