Jeff Abbott

Jeff Abbott is the New York Times best-selling author of Panic, Adrenaline, and many other novels. His newest suspense novel, Blame, will be out July 18. He is currently writing a television adaptation of his novel Panic for The Weinstein Company.


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Action and Emotion

Jeff Abbott interviews Meg Gardiner about her new novel, “UNSUB.”...

Action and Emotion
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