Theodore Weesner

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Theodore Weesner (July 31, 1935 – June 25, 2015) was an American author. Born in Flint, Michigan, he is best known for his coming-of-age debut novel, The Car Thief (1972). The book, published by Random House, is in 439 libraries, according to WorldCat [1][2]

He subsequently wrote The True Detective (1987), Harbor Lights, Novemberfest, and other novels and short stories [3]

Published works[edit]

Novels
  • The Car Thief (1972)
  • A German Affair (1976)
  • The True Detective (1987)
  • Winning the City (1990)
  • Novemberfest (1994)
  • Harbor Lights (2000)
  • Carrying (2015)
Story collections
  • Children's Hearts (1992)

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