Although Reed Farrel Coleman’s been writing crime fiction and getting critical notice for more than fifteen years, his sixth novel (and the third to feature NYC cop-turned-wineseller/PI Moe Prager) The James Deans hit the award circuit big-time this year. With nominations for an Edgar, a Shamus, an Anthony, a Barry, a Macavity and a Gumshoe, you might think that Coleman might be resting on his laurels and living it up.

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