Huffington Post on WHAT YOU BREAK

Words are an important part of our lives. We all speak them; we all write them; we all read them. Yes, all of us have a need for words. But some few of us have a need to tell stories with words and one of the best at doing that is Reed Farrel Coleman. Coleman uses...

Washington Post on WHAT YOU BREAK

Coleman, who has published more than 20 novels and won major crime-fiction prizes, writes skillfully about weapons, car chases, police work and his hero’s many brawls. He also wants us to know that for most people in Long Island, the fashionable Hamptons might as well...

Newsday on WHAT YOU BREAK

“What You Break” is never dull, and the climax, when it arrives, is 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. Click here to read the...

New York Times on WHAT YOU BREAK

  I hereby crown Reed Farrel Coleman the king of Long Island noir for his wonderfully raw novels featuring Gus Murphy, an ex-cop who works security for the Paragon Hotel but mostly chauffeurs guests to and from MacArthur Airport. Click here to read the review...

Literary Madness on WHAT YOU BREAK

This past weekend I read Where It Hurts and What You Break and not only are they extremely involved stories with several cogs and moving parts, but they serve to get you thinking about a number of issues that you are currently seeing in the evening news. Click here to...