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Red Hook: An Artie Cohen Mystery (Artie…

Red Hook: An Artie Cohen Mystery (Artie Cohen Mysteries) (2005)

by Reggie Nadelson

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These are terribly plotted but have atmosphere out the wazoo. ( )
  laurenbufferd | Nov 14, 2016 |
Didn't Finish. New York history prompted me to research that further; but for a place in my personal library, this book did not make the cut. Couldn't get into the characters--didn't really care about what they did, were doing, or were going to do and that's an absolute for any book. I don't have to 'LIKE' the the character--great villains make for a terrific read--but I have to care what they are up to. Use to read eveything--no matter what--cover to cover. Now I know better--many, many great books, not so much time. ( )
  McHenrysPlace | Jul 12, 2016 |
Artie Cohen, A Russian-born NYPD detective gets a panicked call from an old friend who is being threatened in his Brooklyn neighborhood, Red Hook, which itself is threatened (or renewed, depending on your perspective) by gentrification. I've never read this series before - it has an interesting narrative voice and a strong sense of place. I'll look for more in this series. ( )
  bfister | May 6, 2007 |
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Artie Cohen has just married Maxine Crabbe and is about to take a honeymoon when the death of his friend Sid McKay pulls him back. Uncovering secrets he had never known Sid was keeping, as the Republican National Convention of 2004 dominates the city, Artie frantically scours its unknown fringes, from Red Hook to Hunts Point to the old High Line, uncovering a web of lies and deceit, and in the process revealing the twisted ways in which information can be corrupted and turned into propaganda. Through her great skills as a storyteller, Reggie Nadelson weaves a thrilling tale of deception, while bringing her flawed but deeply human protagonist to ever-greater life.

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When investigative journalist Jack Santiago is killed, it emerges that his stories of a nuclear terrorist threat to New York - and much of his own life - were a fabrication. In investigating his death, Artie Cohen uncovers the ways in which information is corrupted and turned into propaganda.… (more)

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