Harlan Coben

Harlan Coben is an acclaimed novelist who holds the unique distinction of being the first author ever to win the Edgar Award, the Shamus Award and the Anthony Award.

He is perhaps best known for his flagship series starring sports agent and detective Myron Bolitar.

One of his specialties is the theme of normal people being blindsided by sudden tragedy.

Harlan Coben’s website

Select Bibliography:

“Stay Close” (2012)

“Shelter” (2011)

“Lie Wire” (2011)

“Caught” (2010)

“Long Lost” (2009)

“Hold Tight” (2008)

“The Woods” (2007)

“Promise Me” (2006)

“The Innocent” (2005)

“Just One Look” (2004)

“No Second Chance” (2003)

“Gone For Good” (2002)

“Tell No One” (2001)

“Darkest Fear” (2000)

“The Final Detail” (1999)

“One False Move” (1998)

“Back Spin” (1997)

“Fade Away” (1996)

“Drop Shot” (1996)

“Deal Breaker” (1995)

“Miracle Cure” (1991)

“Play Dead” (1990)

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