New in Hardcover The Blue Line by Ingrid Betancourt From the extraordinary Colombian-French politician and activist Ingrid Betancourt, who spent more than six years held hostage by the FARC in the depths of Colombian jungle. Buenos Aires, the 1970s. Julia inherits from her grandmother a gift, precious and burdensome. Sometimes visions appear before her eyes, … Continue reading New Books! 1/26/16
MysteryPeople Pick of the Month: Gun Church by Reed Farrel Coleman Reviewed by: Scott M. Reed Farrel Coleman is one of the most exciting authors out there. His fans, who include many top crime authors, always look to see what he’s doing next. His latest, Gun Church, is a bit of a departure, yet retains all of … Continue reading MysteryPeople Pick of the Month: GUN CHURCH
~Post by MP Crime Fiction Coordinator Scott M. MysteryPeople December Pick of the Month: Hurt Machine by Reed Farrel Coleman Reed Farrel Coleman's Jewish part-time investigator Moe Prager is my favorite modern PI. Poignant and believable, in previous books we've followed Moe and his city from the mid-70s to post 9/11, discovering that this PI … Continue reading MysteryPeople Pick of the Month: ‘Hurt Machine’
~Post by MysteryPeople's Scott M. There will be a bounty of great crime fiction coming out in the fall, adding to an already great year. Here are the top five I'm looking forward to. 1. Hurt Machine by Reed Farrel Coleman - Reed has said this is the last case for poignant PI, Moe Prager … Continue reading Scott’s Top 5 Crime Fiction Picks for Fall
One of my favorite things about working at BookPeople is getting to meet authors and have them sign my books. As a book collector (hoarder?), I collect first editions and especially signed first editions. Right now we have a LOT of signed books in stock, for you fellow collectors out there. These not only make … Continue reading Signed Books
Reed Farrel Coleman is a Brooklyn-based mystery writer and staff favorite. His New York-centric work depicts a city divided by grit and grace; full of troubled but endlessly interesting characters. Coleman will be at BookPeople to discuss and sign copies of his new book, Tower, on Tuesday, October 20th at 7 PM. He was kind enough to answer a few questions for the blog.
Scott Montgomery is a BookPeople employee and host of the Hard Word Book Club, which focuses on mystery and detective novels.