Robert B. Parker's The Hangman's Sonnet

NewHeadshotThe stellar new novel in Robert B. Parker’s New York Times bestselling series featuring Paradise police chief Jesse Stone.

Available Now

What You Break

NewHeadshotGus Murphy returns to prowl the meaner streets of Long Island’s darkest precincts with a Russian mercenary at his back in the stunning second installment of this critically acclaimed series.

Robert B. Parker's Debt to Pay

NewHeadshotThe brilliant new novel in Robert B. Parker’s New York Times–bestselling series featuring police chief Jesse Stone.

Where It Hurts

NewHeadshotA gritty, atmospheric new series about the other side of Long Island, far from the wealth of the Hamptons, where real people live—and die.

The Boardwalk

NewHeadshotGulliver Dowd is finally on the verge of unraveling the mystery behind his sister’s murder when the man who is supposed to give him the scoop is gunned down.

Reed Farrel Coleman is one of the more original voices to emerge from the crime fiction field in the last ten years.

George Pelecanos

In Reed Farrel Coleman’s hands, the Moe Prager novels are one of the great series in PI literature.

Dennis Lehane

Reed Farrel Coleman makes claim to a unique corner of the private detective genre.

Michael Connelly

One of the greatest voices in contemporary crime fiction, and one of the best storytellers too. Nobody does it better.

Lee Child


“Noir poet laureate”


Novels, short stories, and poetry

News + Events

Here, there, everywhere

Coleman is as good as Chandler, Hammett or Ed McBain.

Nelson DeMille

Modern noir at its absolute best!

Jeffery Deaver

Reed Farrel Coleman…writes some of the best crime fiction around

Linda Fairstein

One of the most daring writers around … He writes the books we all aspire to.

Ken Bruen

Coleman is a born storyteller who writes with great authority and gives as much bang for the buck as the best books in the genre

Pat Conroy

Readers will never go wrong with Gus Murphy or his creator Reed Farrel Coleman

C.J. Box

With his signature hard-bitten lyricism but with an urgency and darkness all its own, Reed Farrel Coleman has given us a riveting new series we’ll want to live with for a very, very long time.

Megan Abbott

Edgar-finalist Coleman offers a searing look at the dark underside of Long Island in this stellar series kickoff

Publishers Weekly, starred review

Coleman’s second series outing (after Where It Hurts) is part police procedural, part human interest story, part philosophical monolog, and totally fun reading.

Library Journal

Devil WinsColeman’s writing mimics Parker’s, with short chapters, snappy repartee, and just enough action… Like all Parker novels, it is a great, fast read, recommended for all detective fiction fans.

Library Journal