(courtesy of Birdbath) Enjoy this month in France!
Tell No One, 2006
Tell No One was my first Harlen Coben book and after I devoured it I went out and read everything he’d written. As much as I love some of his others, this still remains my favorite and I recommend it often. I was thrilled to learn that it had been made into a movie, even willing to embrace the fact that it would be a French movie with subtitles. Subtitles and I have a rocky relationship. I saw it at the theater when it came out and watched it again this week with my mom. I liked it better the second time because I followed all the characters a little better.
How does a New York story transfer to Paris? Very well. It is different, but the idea is the same. A doctor is contacted by his dead wife eight years after her murder, only the police and paid killers are after him too. I thought this fast paced movie was great. For all Harlan Coben fans, he has a cameo, pay attention or you’ll miss it.