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Speaker: Vince Flynn
Event Date: September 30, 2006
Running Time: 01:01

Description:
Vince Flynn talks about the importance of celebrating the book.

“This event has grown into one of the best literary festivals in the world.”

Speaker Biography:
Vince Flynn grew up dyslexic, but overcame his problem through a daily writing and reading regimen with a special love for reading about espionage. He is the author of 12 novels that have all become New York Times best-sellers. He has sold more than 12 million copies in the U.S. alone. He also served as a story consultant for FOX-TV’s hit series “24.” His latest book is “American Assassin.”