Harlan Coben


Harlan Coben was born in Newark, New Jersey, United States on January 4th, 1962 and is the Novelist. At the age of 62, Harlan Coben biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 4, 1962
United States
Place of Birth
Newark, New Jersey, United States
62 years old
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$25 Million
Novelist, Screenwriter, Writer
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Amherst College
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Harlan Coben Career


Coben worked in the travel industry, in a company owned by his grandfather since graduating in 1984. It was at this time when he wrote his first book, Play Dead, which was accepted for publication when he was 26 and saw the light in 1990. In 1991, Miracle Cure was followed by Miracle Cure. Myron Bolitar, a former basketball player turned sports agent who often finds himself investigating murders concerning his customers, began writing a series of thrillers.

Tell No One, his first stand-alone thriller since the introduction of the Myron Bolitar series in 1995, was released in 2001. In 2006, a French-language film adaptation based on the novel was published. With nine more stand-alone books, Coben followed Tell No One. Hold Tight, his first book to debut on the New York Times Best Seller list, was published on April 15, 2008.

In 2003, Coben published a short story about his father, who died of a heart attack at the age of 59. The tale, titled "The Key to My Father," was published in The New York Times on Father's Day, June 15, 2003. Besides The New York Times, his essays and columns have appeared in Parade Magazine and Bloomberg Views.


If you liked Baby Reindeer, stream these dark and...

www.dailymail.co.uk, April 30, 2024
The story of a comedian whose life is plagued by a stalker, Baby Reindeer has had viewers captivated. So what other dark, compelling shows are out there? If you loved Baby Reindeer, you'll also be gripped by these choices - from a psychological thriller about a social media-obsessed fraudster to the tale of a writer who starts having flashbacks after a night out and realises that her drink was spiked. Our critics have trawled through hundreds of options to bring you the most compelling - and disturbing - shows to stream right now.

Michelle Keegan celebrates new record for Netflix show Fool Me Once as she looks to crack America

www.dailymail.co.uk, April 20, 2024
Michelle Keegan's career has reached new heights as her Netflix show Fool Me Once has been viewed nearlty 100million times around the world. The actress, 36, stars alongside Joanna Lumley in the thriller, which is an adaptation of Harlan Coben's novel, and shot to the top of the Netflix charts in January.  Netflix revealed on Friday that the show is their biggest UK hit of 2024 so far.

REBECCA ENGLISH: How Queen Camilla went from one of the most unpopular women in Britain to the monarchy's leading lady who's now keeping the royal show on the road during King Charles's cancer battle

www.dailymail.co.uk, March 28, 2024
The transformation of Queen Camilla from understudy to center-stage star will continue to be discussed by scholars for many decades. Royal aides were compelled to insist that the Duchess of Cornwall, who was then Queen, was regarded as an adjunct almost every day. According to them, her job was to assist her husband in the pursuit of his increasingly challenging royal roles, as well as building a small group of patronages to promote. No one in her orbit, let alone the lady herself, wished that she would be crowned on her husband's side one day (with the blessing and permission of Queen Elizabeth, no less), let alone stand in for His Majesty at events such as today's annual Royal Maundy Service in Worcester. It's the first time a consort has ever carried out this function for a monarch in British history. Queen Charles continues to do regular state business despite his continuing cancer treatment, but Queen Camilla finds herself in all intents and purposes, his front of house.