Many of Coben's loyal readers have been with him since the beginning of his "Myron Bolitar" series, hooked on the snappy repartee between sports-agent-turned-sleuth Bolitar and his preppie sidekick, Win. Still others discovered him through his gripping stand-alone suspense novels in which "average Joe's" just going about their lives in the suburbs suddenly find themselves in the middle of a life-and-death struggle. Readers who have exhausted the prolific author's works may find similar appeal factors in these suggested titles.
In 1926, during the Prohibition, Joe Coughlin defies his strict law-and-order upbringing by climbing a ladder of organized crime that takes him from Boston to Cuba where he encounters a dangerous cast of characters who are all fighting for their piece of the American dream.
Approached by an Israeli police officer who is tailing a man in possession of a stolen religious relic, Virgil Flowers learns that the artifact reveals startling details about the biblical King Solomon and that dangerous rivals are killing everyone who would protect it.
Anticipating his retirement from the Key West Police, Andrew Yancy tackles a murder case involving a human arm in his freezer, an investigation that pits him against a twitchy widow, a clueless real estate developer and a voodoo witch with a string of hapless lovers.
A private detective's investigation into the theft of a rare manuscript from a university library brings him face to face with clues to a young man's murder. The friendship between the two "tough guys" Spenser and Hawk should please fans of the Bolitar series.
After discovering his quarry naked in the bathtub, doped up and missing his kidneys, Federal Marshall Raylan Givens becomes involved, both literally and figuratively, in a case involving the harvesting of organs for sale on the black market where this time the bad guys are girls.
Seriously injured after stumbling into a crime scene she cannot remember, Boston Detective D. D. Warren learns about a second murder with the same characteristics only to discover that she is being personally targeted by the killer.
A grieving father, private investigator Cal Weaver, offers a ride to a teenage girl in the hopes of finding information on the drug dealer responsible for his son's death in the new thriller from the author of Trust Your Eyes.
Hired along with Joe Pike to investigate the alleged kidnapping of a wealthy industrialist's son, Elvis Cole quickly disproves police theories and goes undercover to infiltrate a ring of professional border kidnappers only to be abducted himself.
Giving legal advice to an unusually well-deported gentleman only to discover that several people are interested in the man's link to a long-ago crime, Stone Barrington pursues a winner-take-all investigation that leads him from Florida's tropical beaches to the posh vacation homes of the Northeast.