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Andrew Coburn (May 1, 1932 – August 7, 2018) was an American writer from Exeter, New Hampshire.A New York Times best selling novelist, short-story author, essayist and newspaper reporter and columnist, Coburn was the author of 13 novels which have been translated into over 14 languages throughout the world. He was married to Bernadine Casey Coburn, a former journalist and publicist now teaching writing at a women's jail, with whom he has one son and four daughters. They lived in Andover, Massachusetts.

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  • Andrew Coburn (May 1, 1932 – August 7, 2018) was an American writer from Exeter, New Hampshire.A New York Times best selling novelist, short-story author, essayist and newspaper reporter and columnist, Coburn was the author of 13 novels which have been translated into over 14 languages throughout the world. He was married to Bernadine Casey Coburn, a former journalist and publicist now teaching writing at a women's jail, with whom he has one son and four daughters. They lived in Andover, Massachusetts.
  • Andrew Coburn (May 1, 1932 – August 7, 2018) was an American writer from Exeter, New Hampshire.A New York Times best-selling novelist, short-story author, essayist and newspaper reporter and columnist, Coburn was the author of 13 novels which have been translated into over 14 languages throughout the world. He was married to Bernadine Casey Coburn, a former journalist and publicist now teaching writing at a women's jail, with whom he has one son and four daughters. They lived in Andover, Massachusetts.
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  • Andrew Coburn (May 1, 1932 – August 7, 2018) was an American writer from Exeter, New Hampshire.A New York Times best selling novelist, short-story author, essayist and newspaper reporter and columnist, Coburn was the author of 13 novels which have been translated into over 14 languages throughout the world. He was married to Bernadine Casey Coburn, a former journalist and publicist now teaching writing at a women's jail, with whom he has one son and four daughters. They lived in Andover, Massachusetts.
  • Andrew Coburn (May 1, 1932 – August 7, 2018) was an American writer from Exeter, New Hampshire.A New York Times best-selling novelist, short-story author, essayist and newspaper reporter and columnist, Coburn was the author of 13 novels which have been translated into over 14 languages throughout the world. He was married to Bernadine Casey Coburn, a former journalist and publicist now teaching writing at a women's jail, with whom he has one son and four daughters. They lived in Andover, Massachusetts.
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