NPR’s Best Books of 2016

WHERE IT HURTS is on NPR’s Best Books of 2016 List! Where It Hurts is the first in what promises to be a new, standout series by veteran mystery writer Reed Farrel Coleman. Coleman makes standard hard-boiled elements seem as fresh as a newly peroxided blonde....

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...

Writer, Artist, or Otherwise: Here’s Why Talent Isn’t Enough

Reed’s essay, “Writer, Artist, or Otherwise: Here’s Why Talent Isn’t Enough” is now available on Signature. For years I’ve gotten into hot water with my peers and aspiring writers at “how to” conferences and workshops for my liberal use of an...