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Chris Pavone
Chris Pavone is the author of THE EXPATS, which was an instant New York Times, USA Today, and international bestseller, published in twenty languages on five continents, as well as developed for film, plus winner of the 2013 Edgar Award for Best First Novel. Chris grew up in New York City, and... show more

Chris Pavone is the author of THE EXPATS, which was an instant New York Times, USA Today, and international bestseller, published in twenty languages on five continents, as well as developed for film, plus winner of the 2013 Edgar Award for Best First Novel. Chris grew up in New York City, and attended Midwood High School in Brooklyn and Cornell University, then worked at a number of publishing houses over nearly two decades, most notably as an editor at Clarkson Potter, where he specialized in cookbooks; in the late nineties, he also wrote a little (and mostly blank) book called The Wine Log. Chris is married and the father of twin schoolboys, and lives in Greenwich Village and the North Fork of Long Island. His second novel, THE ACCIDENT, will be published March 11, 2014.
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Thewanderingjew
Thewanderingjew rated it 3 weeks ago
The Paris Diversion, Chris Pavone, author’ Mozhan Marno, narrator There are so many tangents and characters introduced into this narrative, like a suicide bomber, his driver, terrorism, clandestine spying, a CIA agent, corruption, economic investors, stock manipulation, CEO’s, big business, VIP’s, ...
XOX
XOX rated it 2 years ago
The premise does not make sense. I enjoyed the Accident and hope this would be a nice one. The premise is a bit off. And the story take too long to setup with the chapters jumping around a lot in different locations. Even CIA operative have standard. So why set a honey trap for a good guy so ...
XOX
XOX rated it 3 years ago
A fast moving book with a lot of seemingly mundane subplots. It goes well together and it is hard to put down once you started the book. There isn't much likeable character. This is certainly an adult book with no clear caricature of good persons or villains. The rules was set long ago and it is u...
Thewanderingjew
Thewanderingjew rated it 3 years ago
The Travelers, Chris Pavone, author; Paul Michael, narrator Sometimes less is more and in this novel, I felt it was definitely the case. For effort, I gave the book two stars, but for context I don’t even know if I would give it one. I listened to the audio which went on for hours and hours of overl...
debbiekrenzer
debbiekrenzer rated it 3 years ago
#THETRAVELERS 4 STARS! AVAILABLE 3/8/16 @CWPavone @CrownPublishing I definitely recommend this book but with a cautionary note. Do not imbibe any stimulants before or during the act of reading this book. You definitely won't need any.When I see the name Chris Pavone, I know that I am in for one ...
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