Hold Tight by Harlan Coben


After the suicide of a friend, sixteen year old Adam has quit his beloved hockey team and withdrawn to his room where his only interest is his computer. Concerned about their son's behavior, Mike and Tia Baye decide to install software on Adam's computer that allows them to monitor his activities. But do they really want to know? As the Baye family descends into a world of deceit, drugs and murder, the ethics of spying are questioned. How much should a parent know about their teenager? This and other moral questions are examined in this tense thriller. Parents beware! This book may scare the socks off you! So turn off the TV, unplug the phone and enjoy this well written psychological shocker. Check catalog for availability.

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