Harlan Coben Net Worth

Harlan Coben was born on January 04, 1962 in  Newark, New Jersey, United States, is Writer, Producer, Actor. Harlan Coben was born on January 4, 1962 in Newark, New Jersey, USA. He is a writer and producer, known for Ne le dis à personne (2006), The Five (2016) and The Woods.
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Who is it? Writer, Producer, Actor
Birth Day January 04, 1962
Birth Place  Newark, New Jersey, United States
Age 58 YEARS OLD
Birth Sign Aquarius
Occupation Author
Alma mater Amherst College
Period 1990–present
Genre Mystery, thriller
Notable works Myron Bolitar series of novels
Notable awards Anthony Award (1996), Edgar Award and Shamus Award (1997)
Spouse Anne Armstrong-Coben

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Awards and nominations:

Coben won the 1996 Anthony Award in the category "Best Paperback Original", for Deal Breaker, the first volume of the Myron Bolitar series; it was also nominated for an Edgar Award in the same category. Fade Away won the 1997 Shamus Award and the Edgar Award for "Best Paperback Original", was nominated for the Anthony Award and the Barry Award in the same category, and was nominated for a Dilys Award. The following Myron Bolitar novel, Back Spin, won the 1998 Barry Award and was nominated for the Dilys Award and the Shamus Award. In 2002, Tell No One was nominated for the Anthony Award, the Macavity Award, the Edgar Award and the Barry Award. In 2010, Live Wire won the world's most lucrative crime fiction award, the RBA Prize for Crime Writing, worth €125,000.

Biography/Timeline

1990

Coben was in his senior year at college when he realized he wanted to write. His first book was accepted for publication when he was twenty-six. His thriller Play Dead was published in 1990, followed by Miracle Cure in 1991. He then began writing a series of thrillers featuring a former basketball player turned Sports agent, Myron Bolitar, who often finds himself investigating murders involving his clients.

1996

Coben won the 1996 Anthony Award in the category "Best Paperback Original", for Deal Breaker, the first volume of the Myron Bolitar series; it was also nominated for an Edgar Award in the same category. Fade Away won the 1997 Shamus Award and the Edgar Award for "Best Paperback Original", was nominated for the Anthony Award and the Barry Award in the same category, and was nominated for a Dilys Award. The following Myron Bolitar novel, Back Spin, won the 1998 Barry Award and was nominated for the Dilys Award and the Shamus Award. In 2002, Tell No One was nominated for the Anthony Award, the Macavity Award, the Edgar Award and the Barry Award. In 2010, Live Wire won the world's most lucrative crime fiction award, the RBA Prize for Crime Writing, worth €125,000.

2003

Coben has won an Edgar Award, a Shamus Award and an Anthony Award. He is the first Writer to have received all three. He is also the first Writer in more than a decade to be invited to write fiction for the New York Times op-ed page. He wrote a short story, "The Key to My Father," which appeared on June 15, 2003.

2008

Tell No One, his first stand-alone thriller since the creation of the Myron Bolitar series in 1995, was published in 2001. It is his best-selling novel to date. Director Guillaume Canet made a French-language film based on the book, titled Ne le dis à personne, in 2006. Coben followed Tell No One with nine more stand-alone novels. His novel Hold Tight, released on April 15, 2008, was his first book to debut at number 1 on the New York Times Best Seller list.

2016

Coben's most recent novel, Home, was published on September 20, 2016.

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