Working Mother on CRIME + MUSIC

Another story by Reed Coleman is about a one-hit wonder and explores how organized crime is big part of the music industry. Look At Me/Don’t Look At Me has Terry James Lake as a folk/R & B singer. His manager, Carla Saroyan, sold his rights to some disdainful...

Farewell to Moe

Coming May 18, 2014   From Rick Blechta at the TYPE M FOR MURDER Blog: Our guest blogger this weekend, probably needs no introduction, so I’m going to make this short and sweet. Reed Farrel Coleman is a goddam great writer, an multiple award winner (and a nice guy)....

USA NOIR Arrives

“Readers will be hard put to find a better collection of short stories in any genre.” –Publishers Weekly Get your noir on, and come to the book launch for “USA Noir: Best of the Akashic Noir Series.” Join the volume’s editor, Johnny Temple,...

THE SHAMUS SAMPLER

THE SHAMUS SAMPLER is now available for Kindle including an introduction by Reed.   “An anthology full of exciting PI fiction and an essay written by popular names like Reed Farrel Coleman, Bill Crider, James Winter, Fred Zackel, J.L. Abramo, Keith Dixon, Jochem...

Short story “Jump” is available now!

  On Monday April 15, a free short story from Reed called “Jump”, about the noir of Coney Island, will be featured on the Akashic Books website’s Mondays Are Murder feature.   From Akashic Books: While we’ve been thrilled to publish the original works of over...