Book Review: The James Deans
Reviewed By: Shirley - RAM
The James Deans
Amazon US PB Amazon Canada PB
Reed Farrel Coleman
Class/Genre: Mystery Hard Boiled
Series: Moe Prager # 3
You open the large enticingly wrapped box and inside, another
wrapped box, and inside that...This is the package that is a Reed
Moe Prager is one of my favorite reluctant detectives. Curiosity
pulls at him as family responsibilities hold him back. In this book
set in 1983 Moe allows himself to be pressured into investigating
the disappearance of a woman. Solving the mystery will remove the
shadow from her employer, a bright young politician.
Moe finds the answer, but perhaps it is too pat. He feels compelled
to dig further until finally he has the real answer, not the one
If you havenšt read Moe before, start with the first, Walking the
Perfect Square. Although this book will stand alone, knowing the
backstory will enhance your enjoyment.
Shirley - RAM
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Shirley - RAM
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