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Bestselling U.S. crime writer Harlan Coben discovered a passion for screen writing during his work on new TV drama "The Five" which now looks set to compete with his career as a novelist.A 10-part British drama, now showing on Sky One, "The Five" is about a group of children, one of whom disappears, with the story picking up 20 years later when his friends are all grown up and the mystery resurfaces. The idea came about when Nicola Shindler, producer of the hit British police drama "Happy Valley" asked about the possibility of doing something with one of his unpublished novels. Working collaboratively on a story was a new experience for a writer whose 28th novel, "Fool Me Once," has just hit the shelves in America.
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