A Brady Coyne Novel
By William G. Tapply
(Minotaur Books, Hardcover, 9780312266790, 288pp.)
Publication Date: October 2000
Other Editions of This Title: Mass Market Paperback
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Brady Coyne is an attorney with a select clientele and a small practice - he handles mostly the boring paperwork such as deeds, wills, and divorces and leaves the more exciting aspects of the legal profession to others. A call from Jacob Gold, an old friend and client, on a cold February day, however, shatters the slow pace of Brady's life. Gold's fifteen year old son Brian and Brian's girlfriend Jenny were involved in a tragic accident. Their car went off the road and into a river - Jenny was DOA and Brian is missing, his body probably swept away by the river's current.
With the parents paralyzed by grief, Brady - divorced with two sons of his own - agrees to help as much as he can. But what seems a simple, if tragic, situation quickly becomes complicated. The accident scene makes no sense to Brady, the police chief of this quiet, middle class Boston suburb seems particularly eager to be rid of Brady and then Jacob Gold moves out of his home and disappears. For the sake of his friends and clients, and for their child, Brady must now find out the truth that lurks behind this tragedy - before yet another innocent life is lost.
William G. Tapply was a contributing editor to Field & Stream and the author of numerous books on fishing and wildlife, as well as 18 mysteries and thrillers, including Muscle Memory. He lived in Hancock, New Hampshire.