This is part of Harlan Coben's always entertaining Myron Bolitar mystery series. This time out, Myron is called upon to investigate the kidnapping of a pro golfer's 16-year-old son, which he does with the help of his reluctant (this time) associate, Win. There are red herrings galore in this nicely plotted story, and as usual, Myron's stories, as well as his interaction with regulars Win and Esperanza are great fun to read. The other significant characters - the boy's parents, friends, and even the bad guys, are all interesting, fully developed characters. Philadelphia natives, like me, may be annoyed at a couple of local geographical errors (Lower Merion is not near South Philly - harrumph!), but that's nit-picking. You do not need to have read any of the earlier Bolitar novels to enjoy this one. So go enjoy it!