Little Easter by Reed Farrel Coleman

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Little Easter is a novel about the falls we take and the ways in which we recover…if we recover at all. Join Dylan Klein's forays into the clandestine worlds of the Mafia, New York's Diamond Exchange, and behind the police department's blue wall of silence. Meet the fallen and the tall.

About Reed Farrel Coleman

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Called a hardboiled poet by NPR's Maureen Corrigan and the noir poet laureate in The Huffington Post, Reed Farrel Coleman is the former executive vice president of Mystery Writers of America. He currently resides in Long Island, New York.
Published January 13, 1993 by Permanent Press - eBooks Account. 221 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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Since his introduction in Life Goes Sleeping (1991), hapless insurance investigator Dylan Klein has quit, settled down to writing in Sound Hill (Long Island), and made himself available for chores like tending bar for his friend John MacClough (ex-NYPD) on Christmas Eve--so that he's there when a...

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Aspiring writer Dylan Klein is tending bar in a small town not far from New York City on a cold winter's night when an overly made up middle-aged woman comes in asking for Johnny Blue.

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