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“Rob Reuland writes beautifully — about sadness and cities and injured dreams. First with Hollowpoint and now with Semiautomatic, he has renewed my faith in the health and future of the urban crime novel.” —Dennis Lehane

“The best-written legal thriller I've ever read, hands down.”
—Washington Post

Reuland's elegant, hard-edged, and oftentimes funny writing has inspired one critic to name him the "bastard child of Raymond Chandler and Ernest Hemingway." With Semiautomatic, Reuland delivers another fist-in-the-gut portrait of criminal justice inside the courtroom and on the darkened street corners of Brooklyn. But more than anything Reuland captures lives on the edge, men and women working and dying in a very real world that most of us never see, although it exists right under our noses. Reuland shows us that world in searing detail without flinching, although we may want to.

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