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Coleman, Reed Farrel

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ISBN 10: 0399173048 / ISBN 13: 9780399173042
Verlag: Penguin, 2017
Neu Zustand: New Hardcover
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Author Signed Hardcover Book. February 2017 NY: Penguin First edition, first printing, mint, new/unread in a flawless dust jacket, signed by the author. Each dust jacket is protected in an acid-free archival quality acetate cover. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers COLWHAT01

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Titel: Coleman, Reed Farrel | What You Break | ...

Verlag: Penguin

Erscheinungsdatum: 2017

Einband: hardcover

Zustand: New

Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Dust Jacket Included

Signiert: signed by author(s)

Auflage: 1st Edition

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"I hereby crown Reed Farrel Coleman the king of Long Island noir for his wonderfully raw novels featuring Gus Murphy." --New York Times

"Gracefully gritty...impressive....Coleman is a talented writer." -Washington Post

"Coleman writes some of the best prose in modern crime fiction...stunning."--Booklist

"Outstanding....Coleman doesn't pull any punches or settle for pat character arcs in presenting a realistically flawed Gus, who realizes that his morality "was not so much a search for the truth as a set of rationalizations that let [him] sleep at night."--Publishers Weekly (starred review)

"Soulful."--Kirkus Reviews

"First-rate...[a] deft mix of corrupt cops, gangbangers, drug dealers and makers of "ghost guns." And the scruffy side of Suffolk County (read: not the Hamptons) has rarely been captured more colorfully." -Chicago Tribune

"Part police procedural, part human interest story, part philosophical monolog, and totally fun reading."--Library Journal

"Told in vivid prose mingled with hard-boiled action, Coleman continues to evoke the sensibilities of a bygone era of crime writers. No one today is doing this better."--Deadly Pleasures

"Long Island has its own laureate of the LIE in the form of Reed Farrel Coleman and his hard-bitten sleuth Gus Murphy....It's not just the details Coleman gets right, it's the whole structure of class, race and money...the a corker--tensely narrated and genuinely dramatic. And Coleman has the cunning to leave much of Gus' past clouded in secrecy, ripe for future revelations--and adventures." -Newsday

"A gripping and beautifully crafted novel about a fascinating character whose complexities and observations about life elevate the novel beyond its genre." -The Huffington Post

"What You Break by Reed Farrel Coleman is the sort of novel which rises above the crowded pool of thriller books and shines as a star...stunning...a masterpiece!" -Mystery Tribune

"With Gus Murphy, Reed Farrel Coleman has created one of the most complex and dangerous series heroes of the 21st century." -MysteryPeople

"[Coleman] is at the top of his game....Reading a Reed Farrel Coleman book is surrendering your mind to a master teacher."--Huffington Post

"Coleman delivers an action-packed thriller strengthened by solid character studied. The brisk plot delves into the dark corners of Long Island and the people who live there....Coleman's affinity for involving plots elevates What You Break and shows why he has just been nominated for an Edgar Award for the first novel in the series....What You Break is strongest when Coleman takes a tour of Suffolk County, showing the seedy and the affluent areas. Gus' existential musings illustrate his complicated personality and show why he is worth rooting for."

Praise for Where It Hurts

"A gut punch of a novel, a murder mystery layered with grief, greed, and grit. Coleman is as good as Chandler, Hammett, or Ed McBain."--Nelson DeMille

"One of the greatest voices in contemporary crime fiction, and one of the best storytellers, too. I loved this book. Nobody does it better."--Lee Child

"Superb . . . another standout series . . . in Coleman's hands, all the standard elements seem as radiant and new as a freshly peroxided blonde. . . . Where It Hurts is one of those evocative mysteries that readers will remember as much for its charged sense of place as for any of its other considerable virtues."--The Washington Post

"Stellar series kickoff . . . Coleman's moving portrayal of a man in deep, deep pain, a tightly constructed plot, and a gift for making Long Island seem like James Ellroy's L.A. add up to a winner."--Publishers Weekly (starred review)

"Gus . . . is absolutely one of genre veteran Coleman's best-drawn characters. . . . He meets his tragedy and its consequences with a considered straightforwardness, and his desire for justice reawakens in time with the investigation's quickening tempo, hopefully signaling the start of a series."--Booklist (starred review)

"Coleman has long been one of the best crime novelists in the business. . . . Where It Hurts is a superb detective novel in the Raymond Chandler tradition, featuring fine prose, a suspenseful yarn and a compelling main character who will leave readers hungering for the next installment."--Associated Press

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