"Fear" sold more than 1.1 million copies the first week last month, breaking a record for its publisher Simon & Shuster.
Woodward, who has written 19 books and has worked at The Washington Post for 47 years, is best known for his coverage of Watergate with Carl Bernstein that led to the resignation of Richard Nixon. He won a Pulitzer. He later took home a second Pulitzer as lead reporter of Post's coverage of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
At the Fox Theatre, Woodward will discuss how Trump compares to the previous eight presidents he had covered. He will also talk about the Mueller investigation, the likelihood of war and where the economy may be headed.