Lost Tomorrows (The Rick Cahill Series #6) (Hardcover)

By Matt Coyle

Oceanview Publishing, 9781608092451, 368pp.

Publication Date: December 3, 2019

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Description

Perfect for hard-boiled PI fans who like a tainted hero living by his own code

A phone call thrusts Rick Cahill’s past and all its tragic consequences into his present. Krista Landingham, his former partner on the Santa Barbara Police Department, is dead. When Rick goes to the funeral in the city where his wife was murdered and where he is seen as guilty for her death in the eyes of the police, he discovers that Krista’s death may not have been a tragic accident, but murder. Hired by Krista’s sister, Leah, to investigate, Rick follows clues that lead him to the truth, not only about Krista’s death, but about the tragedy that ruined his life. Along the way, Leah shows him that his life can be salvaged and he can feel love again if he can just move beyond his past. But the past is Rick’s present and will always be until he rights his one great wrong. In the end, Rick is left with a decision that forces him to confront the horrific actions he’ll need to take to exact revenge and achieve redemption.


About the Author

Matt Coyle knew he wanted to be a crime writer when he was fourteen and his father gave him The Simple Art of Murder by Raymond Chandler. His debut novel, Yesterday’s Echo, won the Anthony Award for Best First Novel, the San Diego Book Award for Best Mystery, the Ben Franklin Award for Best New Voice in Fiction. Night Tremors was a Bookreporter.com Reviewers’ Favorite Book of 2015 and was an Anthony, Shamus, and Lefty Award finalist. Dark Fissures was a finalist for the Macavity and Lefty awards and was a 2016 Top Pick for Bookreporter.com. Blood Truth was a Lefty Award finalist and a top pick by Bookreporter.com for Best Mysteries of 2017. Wrong Light was a Lefty Award finalist. Lost Tomorrows is the sixth Rick Cahill novel. Matt is a graduate of UC Santa Barbara and lives in San Diego with his yellow Lab, Angus, where he is writing the next Rick Cahill crime novel.


Praise For Lost Tomorrows (The Rick Cahill Series #6)

“With Wrong Light Matt Coyle is on top of his game and Rick Cahill ascends to the top ranks of the classic private eyes. Coyle knows the secret: digging into a crime means digging into the past. Sometimes it’s messy, sometimes it’s dangerous — always it’s entertaining. You’ll find all of that and more in this great read.”—Michael Connelly, New York Times best-selling author


“An equation involving everyone from the Russian mob to Irish Travelers to ex-cops, Coyle’s Wrong Light is a fascinating, fast-paced, spidery-webbed novel.”—Reed Farrel Coleman, New York Times best-selling author


“Part pacy thriller and part fair-play puzzle, Wrong Light delivers…Coyle honors the gumshoe tradition but confounds expectations; he both celebrates and laments masculinity; and he writes with respect of the price his hero pays for the life he lives.”—Catriona McPherson, Macavity, Agatha, and Mary Higgins Clark Award-winning author


“Following an Anthony Award-winning debut isn't easy, but Matt Coyle slammed a homer. Hard, tough, humane—Night Tremors is outstanding!”—Robert Crais, Anthony, Macavity, and Shamus Award-winning author


“Matt Coyle has expanded his substantial talents in Night Tremors, his second mystery. Tight, smart, and surprising, Night Tremors breathes fresh life into the PI tradition and entertains us all the way.”—T. Jefferson Parker, three-time Edgar Award-winning author


“Readers will root for Rick Cahill, hard-boiled PI and one-man wrecking ball, as he searches for the truth about his police officer father in Blood Truth.”—Hallie Ephron, New York Times best-selling author


“Sharp, suspenseful, and poignant, Lost Tomorrows hits like a breaking wave and pulls readers into its relentless undertow. Matt Coyle is at the top of his game.” —Meg Gardiner, Edgar Award-winning author


“[Lost Tomorrows is] suspenseful, tightly written, full of curve balls and memorable characters and very, very smart. Welcome back, Rick. We're really glad to see you." —Joe Ide, Shamus Award-winning author