Order of Reed Farrel Coleman Books
Reed Farrel Coleman is an American author of hardboiled detective fiction. He is best known for his Moe Prager series. Reed has won the Shamus Award for Best Detective Novel of the Year three times and has been nominated for two Edgar Awards. He has also won the Macavity, Barry and Anthony awards. In the past, Reed served as executive vice-president of the Mystery Writers of America. He is currently an adjunct instructor at Hofstra University and instructor at MWA U. He lives with his family in Long Island, New York.
Reed Farrel Coleman became a published author in 1991 with the novel Life Goes Sleeping, which began his Dylan Klein trilogy. He followed it up two years later in 1993 with Little Easter. Below is a list of Reed Farrel Coleman’s books in order of when they were first published:
Publication Order of Dylan Klein Books
Publication Order of Moe Prager Books
|Walking the Perfect Square||(2002)|
|The James Deans||(2005)|
|Empty Ever After||(2008)|
|The Hollow Girl||(2014)|
Publication Order of Joe Serpe Books
Publication Order of Jack Kenny Books
Publication Order of Bibliomystery Novellas
Publication Order of Jesse Stone Books
Publication Order of Dirty Work Novellas
Publication Order of World Of Kurt Vonnegut Novellas
Publication Order of Standalone Novels
Publication Order of Standalone Novellas
Publication Order of Short Story Collections
Publication Order of Anthologies
Notes: Bronx Requiem is written with John Roe. Tower is co-authored by Ken Bruen. The collection PULP INK also contains stories by Eric Beetner, Hilary Davidson, Matthew C. Funk, Richard Godwin, Allan Guthrie, Chris F. Holm and Gary Phillips. The Joe Serpe series is written under the pen name of Tony Spinosa. Blind Spot features the Jesse Stone character created by Robert B. Parker.
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Reed Farrel Coleman Synopsis: Hardboiled Brooklyn is an anthology edited by Reed Farrel Coleman, with a hard look at the mean streets of Brooklyn. The anthology consists of stories by 17 different authors.