The match
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New York : Grand Central Publishing, 2022.
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Book
Edition
First edition.
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343 pages ; 24 cm.
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Main Library - Adult
Mystery Coben, H
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Mystery Coben, H
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Published
New York : Grand Central Publishing, 2022.
Edition
First edition.
Language
English

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Sequel to: The boy from the woods.
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Harlan Coben returns to Wilde, the man with a past shrouded in mystery who appeared one day in the Ramapo Mountains with no memory of how he got there or the mother and father who abandoned him. Wilde uncovers a major break in the case that may hold the key to revealing the truth of his origins. But the discovery links him with a present-day disappearance and presumed suicide that is much more than at first it appears.
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Wilde has grown up knowing nothing of his family, and even less about his own identity. All he knows is that, as a young child, he was found living a feral existence in the Ramapo mountains of New Jersey. He became known simply as Wilde, the boy from the woods. Now Wilde has had a hit on the DNA website he has been researching. A 100% match. His father. They meet up, and Wilde soon realises that his father doesn't even know he had a son and is as mystified as Wilde is by his existence. Undaunted, Wilde continues his research for his family on DNA websites where he becomes caught up in a community of online doxxers, a secret group committed to exposing anonymous trolls. Then one by one these doxxers start to die, and it soon becomes clear that a serial killer is targeting this secret community - and that his next victim might be Wilde himself ...

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