I Will Find You
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The story has similarities with one of my favorite Korean series “ Defendant” and the famous TV show/ Harrison Ford’s remake movie “Fugitive “! It hooks you up from the beginning! It captivates your heart, your soul, your mind at the same time. You cannot stop finishing. The pressure escalates at each chapter. You chant for David, screaming “ Run! Run! Run!” David awakes to find himself covered in blood, but not his own - his son's. And while he knows he did not murder his son, the overwhelming evidence against him puts him behind bars indefinitely. Rachel and David go to look at the original Six Flags photos. Rachel recognizes a ring on the hand of the man with the boy they think is Matthew. It’s a school ring from the college that Rachel went to.
Five years ago, an innocent man began a life sentence for murdering his own son. Today he found out his son is still alive. Lauren Ford: works for Boston CIU and was part of the original investigation into “Matthew’s” death This is a dramatic suspenseful Coben novel… a fabulous crime novel with a satisfying resolution Press Associationa b Scott, Sheena (March 5, 2021). " 'The Innocent' Trailer: New Harlan Coben Adaptation From Spain On Netflix". Forbes. Archived from the original on March 7, 2021 . Retrieved March 7, 2021.
I know the beginning, I know the end, I know nothing in between," he explained to Sky News about his writing process. Coben, Harlan (November 5, 2009). "Chris Christie Confidential". The New York Times . Retrieved October 29, 2015. Coben never disappoints for a good whodunnit and why thriller. This was told from multiple points for view and you just never knew where it was going to lead. I loved that we also got the point of view from the detectives working the case. Great book!Hayden brings Matthew to his mother and confesses what he did four years ago. She does the paternity test and lies about the results. Together they concoct a story about Hayden having a child with an Italian actress and send “Theo” to boarding school. Epilogue to I Will Find You: Eight Months Later
Catherine Tully: victim that took her own lifer after Rachel pressuredher to come forward on a #MeToo story. Then, five years following his imprisonment, his wife's sisterbrings David a photograph of Matthew looking very much alive, accompanied by an unknown figure.
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David and Cheryl Baskin are living the dream - married, a beautiful new house in the suburbs, a three-year-old son named Matthew - when tragedy strikes in the worst way possible. I Will Find You is a stand-alone story, although there is an appearance by an old favourite and a nod to another. In no way though so you need to read any other books to understand this one. This is the story of David, a man who has bene in prison for the last 5 years for the murder of his 3-year-old son, Matthew. He has always said that he was innocent, but guilty of not protecting him. Now, a photo has come to his attention, and it shows a boy that looks exactly like his son. And there the wild ride begins. Rachel confesses to David that Cheryl used Rachel’s name and ID to go to the fertility clinic. Also, she was the one who tipped David off that Cheryl was at the clinic. What? Why does she agree to let Cheryl impersonate her, and then rat Cheryl out to David? This makes no sense. More DNA Revelations!