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The James Deans

(2005)
(The third book in the Moe Prager series)
A novel by

 
 
Awards
Anthony Awards Best Paperback original
Barry Awards Best Paperback Novel
Macavity Awards Best Novel (nominee)
Shamus Awards Best Paperback original
It's 1983 and Reaganomics is in full swing. But beneath the facade of junk bonds and easy money, New York remains a gritty metropolis offering Nirvana with one hand and desolation with the other. Moe Prager, ex-NYPD cop turned reluctant P.I. is too busy reeling from a family tragedy to see what's coming. He's about to be sucked into a case that might deliver him what he's always wanted or plunge him into purgatory.

Two years earlier, Moira Heaton, a young intern for an up-and-coming politico, vanished without a trace. Although there is no evidence supporting her boss's involvement, rumors and whispers have conspired to stall his once-promising career. Now, in a last- ditch effort to clear his name, state senator Steven Brightman, with the clout of a wealthy backer, enlists Moe's help. With twists and turns galore and Moe's inimitable voice, The James Deans is an absorbing page- turner that will add to the burgeoning reputation of one of today's most promising writers.

Genre: Mystery

Praise for this book

"Moe Prager is my kind of private eye." - Michael Connelly


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