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Sunday, May 23, 2010

Caught by Harlan Coben

I thought that this one would have language problems just judging by the cover and the type of book it is and so was pleasantly surprised that it is quite clean, or at least comparatively so.
It starts with a missing teen, one who is not likely to be a runaway, and then moves on to a sleazy reality show that "catches" pedophiles. The reporter on the show loses her job and starts to have second thoughts about the social worker she fingered as a pedophile. In the process of finding out the truth, she discovers a decades-old college prank that went wrong...obviously there are lots of twists and turns to this one. It kept me anxious to find out what would happen next. There is some profanity and some definitely adult discussions and definitely some violence but no sex scenes and not the worst profanity. I'd put this one as a PG-16.

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