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Close to the Bone (Brady Coyne Series #14)
     

Close to the Bone (Brady Coyne Series #14)

by William G. Tapply
 

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Accoriding to Booklist, "A new Brady Coyne novel is as easy to slip into as a well-worn pair of jeans, " and CLose to the Bone is no exception. When an old friend disappears, Boston lawyer and occasional sleuth Brady Coyne investigates, only to find that the truth hits too close to home.

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Accoriding to Booklist, "A new Brady Coyne novel is as easy to slip into as a well-worn pair of jeans, " and CLose to the Bone is no exception. When an old friend disappears, Boston lawyer and occasional sleuth Brady Coyne investigates, only to find that the truth hits too close to home.

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November: When Roger Falconer's son Glen kills a woman while driving drunk, Roger's lawyer Brady Coyne recommends Paul Cizek as the courtroom wizard who just might get Glen off. February: Paul turns the trick, but then tells Brady he's tired of defending lowlifes, asks for a referral to a good therapist, and leaves his wife Olivia for the shoals of Newburyport. June: Paul's boat turns up empty past Plum Island, with every indication of foul play (suspects: the DUI widower, a mobbed-up former client, the comely shoreline neighbor Paul may have wanted to start a new life with).

There's never much action in Brady's cases (The Seventh Enemy, 1995, etc.), but this one, clever as it is, seems to swim by in slow motion, with shorthand characters providing precious little company as Brady ambles companionably along.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780312145675
Publisher:
St. Martin's Press
Publication date:
08/01/1996
Series:
Brady Coyne Series , #14
Pages:
208
Product dimensions:
5.80(w) x 8.53(h) x 0.88(d)

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