Coben’s last six books have debuted at number one, but do people like all the screen adaptations as much as they love his novels?

Tell No One. The 2006 movie compared to the 2001 book
Guillaume Canet, 2006
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Tell No One
Harlan Coben, 2001

The Stranger. The 2020 TV series compared to the 2015 book
Harlan Coben, 2020
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The Stranger
Harlan Coben, 2015

The Innocent. The 2021 TV series compared to the 2005 book
Oriol Paulo, 2021
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The Innocent
Harlan Coben, 2005

The Woods. The 2020 TV series compared to the 2007 book
Leszek Dawid, Bartosz Konopka, 2020
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The Woods
Harlan Coben, 2007

Stay Close. The 2021 TV series compared to the 2012 book
Lindy Heymann, Daniel O'Hara, 2021
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Stay Close
Harlan Coben, 2012

No second chance. The 2015 TV series compared to the 2003 book, No Second Chance
François Velle, 2015-
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No Second Chance
Harlan Coben, 2003

Hold Tight. The 2022 TV series compared to the 2008 book
Michal Gazda, Bartosz Konopka, 2022-
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Hold Tight
Harlan Coben, 2008

Just one look. The 2017 TV series compared to the 2004 book, Just One Look
Harlan Coben, Sydney Gallonde, 2017
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Just One Look
Harlan Coben, 2004

Gone for Good. The 2021 TV series compared to the 2002 book
David Elkaïm, Vincent Poymiro, 2021
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Gone for Good
Harlan Coben, 2002

Missing You. The 2021 movie compared to the 2014 book
Dalton Okolo, 2021
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Missing You
Harlan Coben, 2014

“Awful film adaptations follow novelists for the rest of their lives.”

LIONEL SHRIVER (Writer)