Series: Myron Bolitar

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Deal Breaker by Harlan Coben1
Drop Shot by Harlan Coben2
Fade Away by Harlan Coben3
Back Spin by Harlan Coben4
One False Move by Harlan Coben5
The Final Detail by Harlan Coben6
Darkest Fear by Harlan Coben7
Promise Me by Harlan Coben8
Long Lost by Harlan Coben9
Live Wire by Harlan Coben10
Home by Harlan Coben11
Seconds Away by Harlan Coben12
Deal Breaker / Drop Shot by Harlan CobenOmnibus 1-2
Harlan Coben: Three Great Novels : Deal Breaker / Drop Shot / Fade Away by Harlan CobenOmnibus 1-3
Myron Bolitar Series 1 to 8 by Harlan CobenOmnibus 1-8
Drop Shot / Fade Away by Harlan CobenOmnibus 2-3
Fade Away / One False Move by Harlan CobenOmnibus 3 & 5
Back Spin / One False Move / No Second Chance by Harlan CobenOmnibus 4-5
Bolitar's Game (Back Spin / The Final Detail / Darkest Fear) by Harlan CobenOmnibus 4-7
Back Spin / Tell No One by Harlan CobenIncludes book 4
Darkest Fear / Gone For Good / Tell No One by Harlan CobenIncludes book 7
Promise Me / The Woods [Unabridged Audio book] by Harlan CobenIncludes book 8

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