Summary

Recently retired due to a freak accident, NYPD officer Moe Prager is lost. In pain and without the job he loves, Moe relunctantly 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
©2008 Reed Farrel Coleman (P)2010 Audible, Inc.
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"Patrick stands at the core of the novel, and the intricate tale of what happened to him makes for a first-rate mystery. Moe is a fine sleuth. Coleman is an excellent writer." ( Publishers Weekly)
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5 out of 5 stars
By Kathycrewe on 18-07-17

A new listener is hooked!

Well and truly hooked on this series. The story is rich, filled with wonderful characters and the narrator is a complete joy bringing the book to life.
I'm off to download the next one!

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5 out of 5 stars
By Ted on 12-06-12

Clever, Interesting, Satisfying

Coleman's Moe Prager is just quirky enough to burrow into your memory. I liked The James Deans... so this purchase seemed natural. Hey... liked this one more. Andy Caploe brings Moe and his ensemble alive. This book's perfect for the gym, masks the pain like a double Irish single malt. Nice....

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7 of 7 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By ceilmary on 25-10-11

Where has Reed Coleman been hiding?

Why didn't I know about his mysteries? These are great! If you like your mystery with a bit of noir, you'll enjoy Moe Prager, a Jewish ex-cop with a bit of Brooklyn (ok, a lot of Brooklyn). He's a bit flawed, and he's tough but not too tough. There's a dark humor to his characters, and Moe sees the world around him with a sad clarity. The story itself is a twisty tale of police bureaucracy and family secrets. I enjoyed the book a lot and Andy Capole did a nice job with the narration. I plan to listen to the next two books in the series over the next couple of weeks...I'm hoping that they are as good as this one.

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