Tell No One Themes

Harlan Coben
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Love

David and Elizabeth meet when they are only seven years old. Over the years, they become best friends, nearly inseparable, and depending greatly on each other. Their parents seem incredibly concerned that the two are becoming too close and that their relationship might not be the best thing for them. Over time, they defy the objections of their parents and continue to grow closer. David says that as they age, they come to realize that their love is almost too good to be true and decide for themselves to test it as well. Toward this end, David and Elizabeth attend different universities so that they are forced to be apart. This enforced separation makes both of them miserable. However, it does reinforce their love. David admits to having a one-night stand in college and says that he believes Elizabeth did the same, though both denied it. Linda and...

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