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The dead just wouldn't stay buried

The Woods - Harlan Coben

Paul Copeland is a prosecutor on a rape trial. The accused were rich kids with overprotective father. 

The victim was a teenage sex worker. 


That just the start of the story.


Paul has a past. He had a sister who was killed long ago by a serial killer in the woods. 


A body was found and he turned out to be a person who thought was long dead. The boyfriend of his sister at the time. If this guy wasn't really dead long ago, was Paul's sister still alive?


Who is digging into the past? Why now? 


A lot of questions and answers unfolding.  Really good. Couldn't say much as it would spoil it. 


4.5 stars. 


Reading this for the Suspense square.