Walking the Perfect Square by Reed Farrel Coleman audiobook

Walking the Perfect Square

By Reed Farrel Coleman
Read by Andy Caploe

Audible Studios on Brilliance Audio

The Moe Prager Series: Book 1

8.69 Hours Unabridged
Format: CD (In Stock)
  • $19.99

    ISBN: 9781978605046

Recently retired due to a freak accident, NYPD officer Moe Prager is lost. In pain and without the job he loves, Moe reluctantly settles on the notion of going into the wine business with his brother. But when Patrick Mahoney, a suburban college student, vanishes off the streets of Manhattan, Prager's universe is turned upside down and his life changed forever. Hired by the student's desperate family, Moe plunges deep into the world of New York's punk underground, sex clubs, and biker bars. Politicians, journalists, and crooked cops seem hell-bent on stopping him in his tracks. Set on the gritty city streets of the late 1970s and the present day, Walking the Perfect Square is a unique mystery that delivers a compelling look at one person's efforts to find a man who was never really there and to protect his family from an unbearable truth.

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Summary

Summary

Recently retired due to a freak accident, NYPD officer Moe Prager is lost. In pain and without the job he loves, Moe reluctantly settles on the notion of going into the wine business with his brother. But when Patrick Mahoney, a suburban college student, vanishes off the streets of Manhattan, Prager's universe is turned upside down and his life changed forever. Hired by the student's desperate family, Moe plunges deep into the world of New York's punk underground, sex clubs, and biker bars. Politicians, journalists, and crooked cops seem hell-bent on stopping him in his tracks.

Set on the gritty city streets of the late 1970s and the present day, Walking the Perfect Square is a unique mystery that delivers a compelling look at one person's efforts to find a man who was never really there and to protect his family from an unbearable truth.

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Editorial Reviews

“This superb novel is part police procedural and part crime fiction that morphs into a thriller. The buildup is compelling.” RT Book Reviews on Where It Hurts

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Author Bio: Reed Farrel Coleman

Author Bio: Reed Farrel Coleman

Reed Farrel Coleman is a New York Times bestselling author whose works have won Macavity, Barry, Anthony, and Shamus awards. A former executive vice president of Mystery Writers of America, he is an adjunct instructor of English at Hofstra University and a founding member of MWA University.

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Available Formats : CD
Category: Fiction/Mystery & Detective
Runtime: 8.69
Audience: Adult
Language: English