Colin Harrison

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“Three girls in a car at night, on their way to the beach in Brooklyn. Two are Mexican, about nineteen or twenty, young and pretty--like a lot of Mexican girls you see in New York City. Straight black hair, soft faces, a sweet-eyed optimism not yet destroyed by labor.”

Many critics agree that "Colin Harrison’s smart, jagged suspense novels are nonpareil.” (The Oregonian) Those novels include Afterburn, Manhattan Nocture, The Havana Room, Break and Enter, Bodies Electric, and his latest, The Finder.

Harrison worked at Harper's magazine for twelve years, the last six of which he served as deputy editor. He is currently the vice president and senior editor at Scribner. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.

See what others are saying:

Michiko Kakutani's review of The Finder in the New York Times. March 25, 2008

Capital's Offense by Jonathan Raymond in the Apr/May 2008 issue of BOOKFORUM.

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