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Little Easter (Dylan Klein #2)

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"Readers are rewarded with a somber and gripping crime story". -- Publishers Weekly"An insouciant, inspired retake on The Daine Curse's angel of death". -- Kirkus
Hardcover, 221 pages
Published March 28th 1993 by Permanent Press (NY) (first published January 13th 1993)
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LJ
Sep 10, 2007 LJ rated it really liked it
LITTLE EASTER – VG
Coleman, Reed Farrel – 1st book, 1st of series
Would-be writer Dylan Klein is closing up the bar owned by his friend, ex-Detective Johnny MacClough, when a woman comes in, asks for his friend, drops a diamond necklace and wanders back out into the snow. Dylan follows her, and finds her murdered with a canary stuffed in her mouth.

I love his style which has a bit of the classic 50’s tone.
Pam
Feb 09, 2015 Pam rated it really liked it
AUTHOR: Coleman, Reed Farrel
TITLE: Little Easter
DATE READ: 01/24/15
RATING: 4.5/B+
GENRE/PUB DATE/PUBLISHER/# OF PGS Crime Fiction/1993/The Permanent Press/221 pages
SERIES/STAND-ALONE: #2 in the Dylan Klein series
TIME/PLACE: 1990's Long Island
CHARACTERS: Dylan Klein/former insurance investigator
FIRST LINES: The new TV talked to no one but me. Its virginal speakers babble to an empty bar, a rapidly decomposing dartboard and pay-for-pool table at which no one was paying and no one was playing.

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Harvey
Mar 12, 2011 Harvey rated it liked it
As RFC is one of my favorites these days it was interesting to go back to an early work ('93). The story/plot was good, as is the theme (the meaning of friendship). The writing is not as well developed as later work. The germ of the Moe Prager character origin can be glimpsed along w/ RFC's knowledge and love for NYC (especially Brooklyn).
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Feb 02, 2012 Frederic rated it liked it
Early Coleman that is not as strong as the Moe Prager books but still enjoyable...
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aka Tony Spinosa

Reed Farrel Coleman’s love of storytelling originated on the streets of Brooklyn and was nurtured by his teachers, friends, and family.

A New York Times bestseller called a hard-boiled poet by NPR’s Maureen Corrigan and the “noir poet laureate” in the Huffington Post, Reed is the author of novels, including Robert B. Parker's Jesse Stone series, the acclaimed Moe Prager series, shor
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