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All that is about to change . . . because of a promise.

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Overview

It has been six years since entertainment agent Myron Bolitar last played superhero. In six years he hasn't thrown a punch. He hasn't held, much less fired, a gun. He hasn't called his friend Win, still the scariest man he knows, to back him up or get him out of trouble.

All that is about to change . . . because of a promise.

The school year is almost over. Anxious families await word of college acceptances. In these last pressure-cooker months of high school, some kids will make the all-too-common and all-too-dangerous mistake of drinking and driving. But Myron is determined to help keep his friends' children safe, so he makes two neighborhood girls promise him: If they are ever in a bind but are afraid to call their parents, they must call him.

Several nights later, the call comes at 2:00 am, and true to his word, Myron picks up one of the girls in midtown Manhattan and drives her to a quiet cul-de-sac in New Jersey where she says her friend lives.

The next day, the girl's parents discover that their daughter is missing. And that Myron was the last person to see her. Desperate to fulfill a well-intentioned promise turned nightmarishly wrong, Myron races to find her before she's gone forever. But his past will not be buried so easily - for trouble has always stalked him, and his loved ones often suffer. Now Myron must decide once and for all who he is and what he will stand up for if he is to have any hope of saving a young girl's life.

"Harlan Coben is the modern master of the hook-and-twist - luring you in on the first page, only to shock you on the last." - Dan Brown, author of The Da Vinci Code

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After six long years, fans of Harlan Coben's Myron Bolitar saga (Darkest Fear, The Final Detail, et al.) can finally rejoice: The New Jersey basketball legend turned sports agent and amateur sleuth is back -- and better than ever -- in Promise Me, an addictively readable thriller that turns a simple act of kindness into a convoluted nightmare.

During a "coming out" party to celebrate Bolitar's budding new relationship with freelance writer and 9/11 widow Ali Wilder, the 6'4" former Boston Celtics washout overhears a drunken conversation in his basement between Wilder's daughter, Erin, and Aimee Biel, both students at Bolitar's alma mater, Livingston High School. In an attempt to protect the girls from the potentially deadly situation of accepting a ride with an inebriated acquaintance, Bolitar makes the girls promise him that if they're ever in need of a ride they will call him, regardless of the time or place -- no questions asked. Shortly thereafter, Biel takes him up on his offer. Upholding his promise, Bolitar picks up the Duke-bound high school senior in midtown Manhattan at two o'clock in the morning and drives her to what he thinks is a girlfriend's house in suburban New Jersey -- only to find out the next day that she has gone missing. Vowing to find Biel, Bolitar investigates her personal history and uncovers a viper's nest of dirty little secrets -- secrets that could destroy more than a few prominent Livingston families…

The ingeniously elaborate plot of Promise Me is a virtual roller-coaster ride of wild twists and turns, and no one will be able to predict the bombshell of a conclusion. In a word: Unputdownable. Paul Goat Allen
Janet Maslin
Promise Me shows off the best of Mr. Coben's plotting skills, though he has overtaxed them in recent books. This time he's got it just right: the story is tricky enough to be exciting but not tricky enough to cause whiplash.
— The New York Times
Publishers Weekly
After a six-year hiatus, it's good to herald the return of Myron Bolitar, the former Boston Celtics basketball star who became a sports agent and crime solver in Coben's sprightly, exciting series. Even better, it's great fun to hear Coben himself performing this excellent audio version. As a reader, Coben has a quality best summed up by the Yiddish word hamishe (homelike, in its weaker translation). He may not be Laurence Olivier, but he sure knows how to make believers of his listeners. When Bolitar talks about going back to live with his parents in New Jersey, Coben catches the basic boyishness of his aging hero and the impact such a move has on Myron's love life. Of course, the world has gotten a lot more complicated: Bolitar's ladyfriend lost her husband on September 11. When he offers to help her teenage daughter, he quickly finds himself involved in some very dangerous adventures. With fading sports stars behaving badly in real life, it's a great pleasure to see that Bolitar has found ways to survive honorably. Simultaneous release with the Dutton hardcover (Reviews, Mar. 6). (May) Copyright 2006 Reed Business Information.
Forbes Magazine
Too bad the book's hero, Myron Bolitar, a former basketball-star-turned-sports-and-entertainment-agent, can't go into politics. Myron vividly learns the perils of promises: They can have unpleasant, disappears. Three months earlier another local teenager had disappeared. Both adolescents had used the same ATM in Manhattan. The book takes off in high gear. (19 Jun 2006)
—Steve Forbes
Library Journal
A promise made on a whim comes back to haunt sports and entertainment agent Myron Bolitar. Worrying about two neighborhood girls riding with drunk drivers, Myron vows to help them anytime and anywhere as long as they call. Keeping his word a few nights later, he drops off one of the young girls in a suburban neighborhood, and she promptly vanishes. Her angry parents question his motives, and eventually so do the police. Myron swears to the missing girl's mother that he will find her daughter, even if she doesn't want to be found. The return of reluctant hero Myron (Darkest Fear) after a six-year absence will be applauded by his fans and enjoyed by newcomers. Abandoning the expected thriller elements, Coben has written a compelling drama that examines the power of honesty and determination to do the right thing. This should be shortlisted for major awards. Promise to read it. For all fiction collections.-Jeff Ayers, Seattle P.L. Copyright 2006 Reed Business Information.
Kirkus Reviews
After six years of spinning jaw-dropping stand-alone thrillers, Coben brings back his sports agent-make that everything agent-Myron Bolitar (Darkest Fear, 2000, etc.) for an encore. Overhearing high-school senior Erin Wilder, his current ladylove's daughter, sharing confidences with her friend Aimee Biel about getting driven by wasted friends, Myron Bolitar promises both girls that if they ever need a ride, they can call him and he'll pick them up, no questions asked. All too soon he gets a chance to deliver. Aimee phones him from midtown Manhattan, where he just happens to be staying, and asks him to drive her to suburban New Jersey. Myron obliges but pushes a bit too hard with the questions, and Aimee vanishes into a strange house. The next day she's still missing, and in jig time the police, armed with Myron's credit-card slips and EZ-Pass records, come calling. It turns out that Myron's not a credible suspect. But because everybody connects Aimee's disappearance to that of fellow student Katie Rochester three months ago, Myron's on the hook with some serious people, from Aimee's parents, who beg him to bring her home, to Katie's mobbed-up dad, who's too proud to beg but has other ways of getting him to cooperate. As usual, Coben piles on the plot twists, false leads, violent set pieces and climactic surprises with the unfocused intensity that have made his thrillers (The Innocent, 2005, etc.) such a hot ticket. Book-of-the-Month Club/Mystery Guild/Literary Guild/Doubleday Book Club main selection
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780525949497
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated
  • Publication date: 4/25/2006
  • Series: Myron Bolitar Series , #8
  • Pages: 384
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 1.30 (d)

Meet the Author

Harlan Coben is the bestselling author of eighteen novels, including The Woods, Promise Me, and The Innocent, and is the winner of the Edgar, Shamus, and Anthony awards. He lives in New Jersey with his family.

Biography

Harlan Coben may be the only mystery writer to have inspired the dubious endorsement, "Raymond Chandler meets Bridget Jones" (as the Chicago Tribune wrote about Darkest Fear). But it's not hard to see what the critic means: Coben knows how to create a good chase, but he is also adept at generating laughs along the way. His books often start with a few pieces of bad news and end with the closet door flung open to reveal a few skeletons.

Debuting in 1995, the series that cemented Coben's reputation revolves around Myron Bolitar, a wisecracking sports agent who always finds himself getting into trouble, via his clients or his own past. What's endearing about these books is Coben's willingness to have fun as he spins a story. He might poke fun the yuppie wardrobe of Bolitar's partner, Win, or his gal Friday (and sometime female wrestler), Big Cyndi's, tendency to wear "more makeup than the cast of Cats." There's a slight boys' club air to the series, but it's more frat house than locker room -- or more appropriately, rec room, since Bolitar finds himself still living at his parents' in his early 30s.

Sports-averse readers should not avoid the Bolitar books; in the end, sports play only a peripheral role in the story, which is primarily about the mystery. Given this, it's not surprising that Coben has called William Goldman's Marathon Man one of his favorite thrillers and has cited Philip Roth and Alfred Hitchcock as influences.

And yes, there's certainly life beyond Bolitar! Coben has crafted a number of superb stand-alone thrillers filled with tortuous twists and turns and peopled with characters you can't help but root for. In a 2001 interview, the author stated, "I love a book that sneaks up behind you at the end and slaps you in the back of the head." Ultimately, that describes everything in Harlan Coben's oeuvre.

Good To Know

Coben has four children with wife Anne, his sweetheart since age 20.

Coben advises aspiring writers thusly: "Write. Don't take classes. Don't join workshops. Don't listen to me," he told the Charlotte Austin Review. "Just write. Oh, and cut. Cut a lot. You're probably not editing yourself enough. Then rewrite. Then rewrite again. Repeat. Like with shampooing."

Coben says his mother was his best literary inspiration in an interview with the Page One literary newsletter. "We'd go to the old Barnes & Noble in Manhattan (back then, if you can believe this, I think there was only one) and spend the entire day. We didn't have much money back then and we almost never bought toys -- but we were always allowed to get whatever books we wanted."

In our interview, Coben shared more fun facts:

"I once worked as a tour guide in the Costa del Sol of Spain."

"I pretty much only wear Lilly Pulitzer ties because my best friend owns the company."

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    1. Hometown:
      Ridgewood, New Jersey
    1. Date of Birth:
      January 4, 1962
    2. Place of Birth:
      Newark, New Jersey
    1. Education:
      B.A. in political science, Amherst College, 1984
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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 23, 2007

    One of the best yet!

    I have read every book written by Harlan Coben (except the newest one) and have enjoyed them all, especially the Myron Bolitar series. This book is definitely one of the best. The dialogue between Myron, Win, and others is excellent. For those who look forward to Myron's 'smart-aleck' attitude, they will not be disappointed in this one. And...on top of all that, the story is outstanding! I definitely recommend this for everyone. If you're new to the Bolitar series there is some benefit to reading them in order but if not, this is still an excellent book. Thanks, Harlan!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 11, 2006

    Very difficult to put down

    This is the second Harlan Coben book I have read--The Innocent was the first. Now I can't wait to get my hands on another one. I was reading this at 5 am. I just fell in love with Myron Bolitar. A must read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 21, 2006

    Coben rocks!

    Do yourself a favor if you've never read his works. Go to the top of the page. Select 'Author', then search Harlan Coben. Get a copy of everything he's written, then read it from the first to the last. He NEVER fails to deliver. The characters are fully developed, and very plausible, but not really predictable. The story lines are phenomenal. He writes in the full range of human emotions and adds a good deal of low key humor, which appeals to me greatly. If you want a good read, pick Coben!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 11, 2006

    Haran! You hurt me ears!!

    I'm a huge Myron Bolitar fan, but I got really spoiled with the books on tape and was very disapointed with this one. Harlan Coben himself reads this one with horrid results. I couldn't get past the second CD. (waste of money) you could barley understand the dialogue and his voice was the same for all characters you couldn't tell who was speaking. Very bad idea. I then had to spend another large sum to buy the book. I guess I was a little annoyed about all the money I shelled out I simply felt it wasn't worth it. Note to Harlan Coben: Be the great writer you are and leave the audio to someone else. I was really frustrated I felt cheated (financially!)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 24, 2006

    My first Myron Bolitar

    I've read all of Harlan Coben's other books but this was my first Myron Bolitar. I am a new fan. I loved it. Lot's of twists and turns, it had me guessing until the very end.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 6, 2006

    At long last....Myron returns!

    Great story...loved Myron and the colorful cast of characters as always...but the absence of Jonathan Marosz performing the audio was a terrible disappointment. Throughout the whole book I kept thinking... Mr.Coben...love your book, but 'promise me' you will choose another reader for the next Myron adventure...which I faithfully look forward to.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 1, 2006

    Loved it!

    Another great read by Harlan Coben! Didn't realize how much I missed Myron Bolitar and the gang! What a great thriller! Forget Alex Delaware...Myron rocks!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 25, 2006

    BETTER THAN 5 STARS!

    This is the best book I've read in a very long time. Right from the start you're captivated. Myron Bolitar is a great character, as is Win. Lots of twists and surprises, right up to the end.

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    MYRON SPEAKS AND WE LISTEN

    Promises kept, promises broken - both can get you in a lot of trouble as we learn in Harlan Coben's up-to-the-minute thriller. In addition to clever plotting and twists-plus- turns suspense, we're pleased to see the return of Myron Bolitar, the tall, very likable entertainment agent cum basketball star. Myron isn't, never has been unaware of what goes on in the world, especially in the sometimes conflicted lives of teenagers. So, as graduation time nears, he becomes concerned about the safety of two girls in his neighborhood. Rather than have them risk their lives by getting into a car with a drunk driver he tells them to call him if they're reluctant to call their parents. Sure enough an S.O.S. call from Aimee Biel comes in the middle of the night. Playing Sir Galahad Myron picks up Aimee and drives her to where she says her friend lives. Friend or foe? Aimee is soon nowhere to be found and Myron is the last one to have seen her. Obviously, he must find her. His search is punctuated by romance with a widow, and crisscrossed by paths that lead him back to earlier days. A treat to hear this narrated by Cohen who knows precisely what to emphasize and where every period and comma belongs. - Gail Cooke

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 10, 2006

    Welcome Back Myron Bolitar

    Every one of us who enjoys reading Myron Bolitar Series such as Drop Shot, One False Move and so on, will love to read Promise Me also. Mr.Coben still has the touch to amuse me with that sports agent charactor, no matter in what murder case he might pursue. This time Myron involved himself in a case of missing person and a promise he had to fufill, another mystery to be solved. The book is quite a page flipper, as usual from Coben.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 29, 2006

    Excellent

    Harlan Coben has once again written a book that keeps you up at night to finish! He never disappoints!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 8, 2006

    I love Myron Bolitar!!!

    The long wait for another Myron story was well worth it. The regular characters from previous books are back and better than ever. Very compelling read, and I didn't see the twist towards the end coming!

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    An exciting story line

    Former Boston Celtics superstar turned entertainment especially sports agent Myron Bolitar has not had an incident in six years no fights no murders no injuries. He is seeing 9/11 widow Ali Wilder and likes her high school aged daughter Erin. When he overhears Erin and her best friend Aimee Biel, discuss being driven by stoned friends, he offers them no questions asked middle of the night taxi service if either needs a lift.------------- Soon after the offer Aimee tests him by asking for a Manhattan to New Jersey ride to a friend¿s house that is to remain secret. The next day Aimee is reported missing and credit card records tip police that Myron was with her making him a person of interest. When further evidence paints a scenario eerily similar to the disappearance of another girl Katie Rochester involving Myron a few months ago, the agent becomes the prime suspect but not just of the police. Myron knows he must enter dangerous maze to rescue the teen and to extract himself from potential criminal charges all because he tried to keep THE INNOCENT Aimee out of trouble.--------------- As always Myron is the Good Samaritan who learns once again no good deed goes unpunished. The exciting story line is typical Harlan Coben with plenty of action and numerous twists this time the final spin will shock the audience. Fans of the series will welcome Bolitar who has not been in literary trouble in six years back on the scene with a terrifically tense thriller.---------------- Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 17, 2006

    His Best

    Got an advanced copy and wow! Tell No One was my favorite and I was never a big fan of the Myron books, but this one is just the best. You can't stop turning pages and you'll love the characters. It is engrossing and very moving.

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