TELL NO ONE was the sensation of 2001. Selling over 30,000 copies in its first edition, it gathered amazing reviews from all over the national press and found a place in three national round-ups from the best books of the summer. In paperback sales reached 250,000, and spent six weeks at number one. GONE FOR GOOD delivered on an even wider scale than its predecessor. Powerful, moving and possessing amazing twists it propelled Harlan even further up the charts. His new fans will snap up his brilliant previous novels. WH Smith Fresh Talent winner. The film of TELL NO ONE is now in pre-production with Universal Studios and will establish Harlan even further as an international star. 'TELL NO ONE is in another league, a pulsing, pacy, devour-it-all-at-one sitting thriller' OBSERVER 'Harlan Coben, he's smart, he's funny and he has something to say' Michale Connelly
Harlan Coben was the first ever author to win all three major crime awards in the US, and has established a bestselling series of crime novels starring his powerful creation, Myron Bolitar. He currently lives in New Jersey with his wife and four children.
Edgar and Shamus Award winner Coben breaks into hardcover with a new Myron Bolitar mystery. Here, Bolitar must protect the star of a women's basketball team.