RARA-AVIS: Ed Dee police procedurals

From: Ed Lynskey ( e_lynskey@yahoo.com)
Date: 22 May 2004

I heard the retired NYC policeman and now novelist Ed Dee speak on a crime fiction panel this past spring and chatted with him briefly afterward. I believe he has been discussed here previously by rara-avians. Anyway, I worked my way through his first four books and found them all well-written, well-paced, gritty, and intriguing. They were a series featuring the same protagonist. Now, I've started his latest, THE CON MAN'S DAUGHTER, which, sad to say, looks to be a standalone (I'd grown to like the series characters). Anyway, Mr. Dee follows in the ex-cop/writer tradition of Dorothy Uhnak who blurbed his first books.

Ed Lynskey


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