Darren Library and Barrett Library Harlan Coben, the # 1 best-selling author in the New York Times and one of the world’s leading short story writers, invites an evening talk about his latest book, Win.

John Gresham, author of the best-selling book A Time to Kill, The Firm and the upcoming novel, Sooley, arrived at Cobain on Monday night.

– Announcement from Darren Library

This virtual event will take place on Monday 22 March at 19:00 CET. You can register to participate Here on the library website.

Win is about bloodthirsty American Windsor Horne Lockwood III – “Win” – determined to solve a series of cold cases that have baffled the FBI for decades.

His quest to uncover answers to these once unresolved mysteries of his own goodness has had witty and classic twists that leave readers on the edge of their seats all the way to the last page.

Hey Harlane Cobaini

With more than 75 million books printed worldwide, Harlan Coben is a New York Times bestseller and the author of several exciting novels including “The Boy From the Woods”, “Running Away” and “Don’t Let Go.” “At Home” and “Fool Me Once,” as well as the award-winning Myron Bolitar series.

A bullet in Harlan Cobain's head

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Harlan Cobain

His erotic novels are published in 45 languages ​​and are bestsellers in more than a dozen countries.

He is also the inventor and executive producer of several TV shows, including several highly-acclaimed original drama series on Netflix, including “The Stranger” starring Richard Armitage. “Safe” starring Michael C. Hall; And “The Woods” by Netflix Polska.

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Coben has developed 14 Netflix projects in the United States and around the world, including original series in Spain (“The Innocent”), France (“Gone for Good”), Great Britain (“Stay Close”), and the USA (“Six Years”). ).

About Johnny Greshamy

John Gresham

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John Gresham

John Gresham is the author of 30 novels, one non-fiction book, a collection of short stories and six novels for young readers. Currently, 300 million copies of his books are published worldwide, which have been translated into 40 languages.

Nine of his novels have been converted into films: The Firm, The Pelican Brief, The Client, A Time to Kill, The Rainmaker, The Chamber, A Painter, House, The Runaway Jury, and Skipping Christmas.