Joël Dicker is one of the hottest commodities in Europe: His face is plastered on billboards, he can’t walk down the street without being approached by fans, and it’s all because of his smash novel, The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair. Now, Dicker and his book are hoping for a successful American invasion. After five books he had nearly given up on writing. He talks with Steve Bertrand on Books the rush of fame and the pressure to strike gold again.
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