Robert B. Parker’s The Hollow Girl by Reed Farrel Coleman
When Robert B. Parker died in 2010 we feared that his voice would be silenced. For nearly four decades Parker thrilled readers with one or two bestsellers each year. In 1997 he introduced us to Jesse Stone starting with Night Passage and ending in 2010 with Split Image which he completed before his death but did not live to see published. Michael Brandman, the producer of the made for TV Jesse Stone movies that starred Tom Seleck in the title role, penned three additional Jesse Stone stories – Killing the Blues (2011), Fool Me Twice (2012) and Damned If You Do (2013).
The latest Jesse Stone mystery, Blind Spot (releasing in September) was written by Reed Farrel Coleman, a three-time Edgar Award nominee in three different categories—Best Novel, Best Paperback Original, Best Short Story—and a three-time recipient of the Shamus Award for Best PI Novel of the Year. He is also the winner of Audie, Macavity, Barry, and Anthony Awards.
In anticipation of the new Jesse Stone title, we were able to find a few copies of three of Coleman’s most popular titles, Gun Church by Reed Farrel Coleman (2012), Onion Street (2013) and The Hollow Girl (2014).
“Few writers working in any genre offer tales with such moral complexity, dark humor, and, most of all, heart.” — Megan Abbott, author of Dare Me
It is time for you to discover Reed Farrel Coleman. He is a master of the craft – his stories are rich and complex, with characters that sing with authenticity.