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Authors Jeffery Deaver, Lee Child, David Hewson, and Jim Fusilli discuss the creation of The Copper Bracelet, the sequel to the Audiobook of the Year, The Chopin Manuscript. The conversation was recorded at ThrillerFest 2009 in New York City.
©2009 Audible, Inc.; (P)2009 Audible, Inc.
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Critic Reviews

About The Copper Bracelet (Unabridged): "This was like playing on an all-star team, and all the hits were home runs." (Lee Child)

"A feast for the senses, The Copper Bracelet continues the standard of excellence established by The Chopin Manuscript. Action, intrigue, suspense, they are all there. Another certified no-question-about-it-winner from a remarkable collection of talent. Bravo." (Steve Berry)

"What a blast to collaborate with some of the greatest suspense writers around on the thriller event of the year." (Joseph Finder)

"I can't think of a more enjoyable writing experience in my twenty-five years of being a fiction author than writing The Copper Bracelet and its predecessor, The Chopin Manuscript. We writers spend way too much time by ourselves in dark rooms, and it was a delight to emerge from the cave and hang out, so to speak, with my peers. I have to say that I sat down to read the manuscript with more than little trepidation. I needn't have worried. I was blown away...[and was] particularly fascinated to see how a group of authors with vastly varied writing styles and approaches to creativity produced such a cohesive thriller with a relentlessly fast-paced narrative. (And, okay, I'll admit, I got a voyeur's kick in seeing how my talented co-authors ply their craft.)" (Jeffery Deaver)
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1 out of 5 stars
By Nicolle on 04-19-11

Not worth a credit!

This piece is certainly not worth a book credit. I should have been more careful and read all of the details. I understand that it was my mistake. But seriously, a credit for 26 minutes of authors talking when I thought I was getting a book was a real disapointment.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Jennifer Baratta on 03-30-18

Listen here for insight on the story.

Poor Jim Fusilli came out sounding nervous. The authors enjoyed talking to each other. Enjoy.

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