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Best Selling Writer Harlan Coben
To Speak at Downtown Library

Bestselling author Harlan Coben will speak at the Downtown Library on Wednesday, April 14 at 10a.m.

Following his appearance on April 13 at the Library Endowment Trust Literary Voices™ event, Coben’s Wednesday talk will be informal and open to the public at no cost.
Mr. Coben’s works will be available for sale and for autographing.

With 47 million books in print worldwide, Harlan Coben's recent novels “Long Lost” and “Hold Tight” both debuted at #1 on the New York Times bestseller list. His latest thriller “Caught” was published on March 23. Winner of the Edgar Award, Shamus Award and Anthony Award - the first author to win all three – international bestselling author Harlan Coben’s critically-acclaimed novels have been called “ingenious” (New York Times), “poignant and insightful” (Los Angeles Times), “consistently entertaining” (Houston Chronicle), “superb” (Chicago Tribune) and “must reading” (Philadelphia Inquirer). His most recent novels, “The Woods”, “Promise Me”, “The Innocent”, “Just One Look”, “No Second Chance”, “Tell No One” and “Gone For Good” have appeared on the top of all the major bestseller lists including the New York Times, London Times, Le Monde, Publishers Weekly, Los Angeles Times, Wall Street Journal and USA TODAY -- and many others throughout the world. He's probably best known for the sports agent Myron Bolitar series of thrillers/suspense novels.   
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