Allan Folsom

"The Day After Tomorrow"

(Reviewed by Judi Clark MAY 30, 1998)

The Day After Tomorrow

This is one of those books that you won't be able to put down once you start it.

 I highly recommend that you take it on vacation or begin it on a Friday night or else you will miss work, school and all appointments.  It is tight, well woven, action packed and takes you all over the world. I was very surprised to find out that this is a first novel for him, but not at all surprised that everyone eagerly waited four long years for his most recent novel, Day of Confession.

Synopsis from the publisher: Paris, an American surgeon spots the man who murdered his father -and tries to kill him. In London, a renowned detective from Los Angeles on assignment to Interpol investigates a baffling series of decapitations. In Geneva, a young medical resident begins a love affair that will change her life forever. In New Mexico, a physical therapist is invited to accompany a very special patient back to Switzerland. And in Germany, a select group of industrialists prepares for a momentous celebration.

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About the Author:

Allan FolsomAfter reading the script to The Day After Tomorrow, Little Brown & Company and Warner Books offered Allan Folsom $2 million dollars creating quite a stir since he was a little know screen writer up to this point.  Apparently the publisher's bet paid off as the The Day After Tomorrow debuted at #3 on the New York Times bestseller list. The book received praise in numerous publications including the Los Angeles Time Book Review, Washington Post, Chicago Tribune Houston Post, Entertainment Weekly and Publisher's Weekly.  His second book opened at a not too shabby #15 on the same list. He lives in California.

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