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"Perhaps the best account ever written about life behind the badge" is what Time Magazine wrote about Edward Conlon's Blue Blood memoir about his life as an NYPD detective. Now Conlon turns to fiction and in his hand, a crime thriller gains rarely seen dimensions of depth and poignancy. Red on Red tracks crimes and their resolution, but its percolations register through the perceptions of two radically dissimilar, yet oddly compatible. Attentive readers will be drawn as much to their foibles and predilections as to their realistically portrayed cases. One talented new genre writer to watch closely; definitely worth recommending.