by Harlan Coben
Published April 26th 2005 by Dutton (first published 2004)
A snapshot from the past unravels her present.
Grace Lawson's world is turned upside after she discovers a photograph from twenty years ago. Her husband leaves the house without a word and disappears. Soon not only Grace but also others are interested in both her husband's past and the photo. Fighting the rising doubts in herself and her marriage, Grace has struggles to find the truth and her husband.
As intriguing as a spider web. I love a book that has me guessing until the very end. When said end has a big light bulb popping up over my head, that moment of final understanding that needs to savored to be fully grasped...then I know I've read an amazing and gripping mystery. Coben's Just One Look did exactly that for me.
Interesting characters, nail-biting twists and that wonderful zig-zagging thread of mystery to follow. This one keeps you on the edge of your seat.