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"A fast-paced plot, witty dialogue, more than a few surprises, and a you'll-never-guess-whodunit denouement."—Armchair Detective
"Superb writing...Harlan Coben serves up an ace with Drop Shot."—John Lutz, author of Death by Jury
"A fast-paced plot, witty dialogue, more than a few surprises, and a you'll-never-guess-whodunit denouement."
--The Armchair Detective
"Superb writing...Harlan Coben serves up an ace with Dropshot."
--John Lutz, author of Death by Jury
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I have just discovered Harlan Coben as an author and really enjoyed the way the book was written and the plot have since read all the Myron Bolitar Novels and one other Coben... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Judy Grissom
I read this book in one day, and it was great. But at this point I expect as much from Harlan Coben. Read morePublished on July 19 2004 by Trouble
A thoughtful, literary friend recommended Harlan Coben to me recently--I had never heard of him. But my friend said his main character, Myron Bolitar, was a lot of fun--neurotic,... Read morePublished on Jan. 2 2004 by Mark A. Furman
Drop Shot is the second in the Myron Bolitar sports agent/detective series and just like the first, is amazing. Read morePublished on June 12 2003 by Daniel M.
A still-young, ex-phenom, female tennis player frantically tries to contact sports agent Myron Bolitar but is mysteriously shot in the food court at the U.S. Read morePublished on June 3 2003 by J. Grattan
Some months back, I went to a bookshop in New Delhi & found one copy of each of the Myron Bolitair series. I bought two titles as they seemed interesting. Read morePublished on March 8 2003 by Vikram Seth
Drop Shot was a bit of a drop off from Deal Breaker, but still very entertaining. The plot had the same twists and turns and the same main and entertaining characters. Read morePublished on April 8 2002 by Rick Mitchell