The Match by Harlan Coben, Read by Steven Weber
An Edge-of-Your-Seat Gripper
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Harlan Coben’s new audiobook, The Match, is an edge-of-your seat gripper. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile’s Robin Whitten discuss Steven Weber’s Earphones Award-winning performance in this second installment of Wilde. In THE BOY FROM THE WOODS we learn the story of Wilde, a child found in the woods with no memory of how he got there. In MATCH, Wilde still doesn’t know his story, but an ancestry website identifies a match for Wilde’s father—who promptly vanishes. Then a cousin; same story. And then the bodies start piling up. It’s very skillful, very high-octane fun.
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