John Lescroart (pronounced less-kwah") is a big believer in hard work and single-minded dedication, although he'll acknowledge that a little luck never hurts. Now a New York Times bestselling author whose books have been translated into 16 languages in more than 75 countries he is best known for two series of legal and crime thriller novels featuring the characters Dismas Hardy and Abe Glitsky. Lescroart's most popular works are a series of legal and crime dramas taking place in and around San Francisco, beginning with the thriller Dead Irish. They center around the adventures of ex-cop and lawyer, Dismas Hardy, and his best friend, officer Abe Glitsky, among many other friends and associates. His newest works introduce Wyatt Hunt, working as a private investigator. Although they are often performing together in the story, the books can be distinguished by which character is the main protagonist. In addition to his novels, Lescroart has written several screenplays..
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CTI can give you the accurate John Lescroart booking price once we submit your event details to their camp. "How much does it cost to book John Lescroart for an event?" is a frequent question we get. The final John Lescroart booking price is contingent on many variables and the booking fee we may show is based on a range derived from our past experience with what will John Lescroart charge for an event. An example fee to book John Lescroart is in the starting range of $7,500-$14,999. However, any recent popularity change would cause a price fluctuation well beyond this example. Also, their speaking fee might be different than the fee shown for the cost to perform or to just appear. Popularity, career stage, along with current demand will cause fluctuations in their speaking price as well. The final booking price may be more than what is shown, but you should at least have a budget within that range for them to consider an appearance, performance or speaking engagement.
There is low probability to book John Lescroart for a party with anything substantially less than the published booking cost price range. We will negotiate with the John Lescroart agent on your behalf if your funding is in place. By not having funding ready then it will more difficult to book John Lescroart, because they get many offers to work events that are at or above asking price. It is also important to consider the travel costs when researching the John Lescroart booking fee, as additional expenses like this, as well as an entourage of staff and equipment, are not necessarily built-in to the booking fee range shown. If your budget does not factor that in, then there is no benefit for them to want to be hired. We do not personally speak for John Lescroart, but in our experience in booking talent for over 25 years, this is generally the outcome of inadequate funding.