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All publicity and press matters regarding Harlan can be addressed to his publicist at publicity@harlancoben.com or by calling 212-366-2205.

For individual novel reviews and more, scoot over to the NOVELS area here.

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Interviews & Reviews

Publishers Weekly Starred Stay Close Review

TODAY SHOW Stay Close Interview

CBS This Morning Stay Close Interview

Coben’s `Live Wire’ is rich, compelling thriller By JEFF AYERS, For The Associated Press

Live Wire Review by The Daily Beast

TODAY SHOW: Harlan’s CAUGHT interview on NBC’s The Today Show with Al Roker.

FORBES: reviews of CAUGHT and LONG LOST.

HUFFINGTON POST: Jackie J Cooper reviews CAUGHT.

EARLY SHOW : Harlan on The Early Show with Harry Smith.

NEW YORK DAILY NEWS: HOLD TIGHT reviewed by Jane H Furse.

NEW YORK TIMES – Inside List: Dwight Garner’s Inside the List.

NEW YORK TIMESHarlan discusses parenthood/new book.

SALON.COM for HOLD TIGHT: Review by Louis Bayard.

A WRITER’s LIFE: Harlan Coben — by William Leith from the Daily Telegraph.

PEOPLE MAGAZINE — Joe Heim reviews JUST ONE LOOK.

EYE ON BOOKS — AUDIO reviews on an array of Harlan’s past books, with Bill Thompson.

MYSTERY READERS INTERNATIONAL — Harlan interviewed by Laura Lippman.

THE CHARLOTTE AUSTIN REVIEW — Author interview – Harlan Coben.

PARTNERS & CRIME — Great bookstore and the Maggie Griffin you read about in the acknowledgements asks the questions.

BOOKPAGE INTERVIEW JULY 2001 — Author interview – Harlan Coben.

Movie News

TELL NO ONE (Ne le dis à personne) Filmed in Paris, the major motion picture starring Kristin Scott Thomas, Francois Cluzet, Nathalie Baye, Marie-Josée Croze, Jean Rochefort, André Dussollier, François Berléand, Gilles Lellouche and Olivier Marchal won four Cesar (the French Oscar) awards, including Best Director and Best Actor. TELL NO ONE (Ne le dis à personne), in French with English subtitles, was directed by Guillaume Canet who co-adapted it with Philippe Lefebvre. Yes, it will be in French with English subtitles.

TELL NO ONE is scheduled to be released in USA theaters in June 2008.

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Articles

CNN’s talk show host, LARRY KING’s first novel, Moon Over Manhattan, hits the stores.

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