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Scar Tissue: A Brady Coyne Novel (Brady Coyne #17)
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 Bria ...more
ebook, 288 pages
Published October 13th 2000 by Minotaur Books
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Mar 29, 2011 Eric_W rated it 4 of 5 stars · review of another edition
Another good Brady Coyne novel. Brady gets a call late one night from Jack Gold, a long-time friend and client who reports that his son and girlfriend have been in a car accident. Jenny, Brian’s girl friend, had been driving and their car left the road on a curve and crashed down a hillside into a frozen river. Jenny’s body has been recovered but there is no sign of Brian. Brady travels up to their house to console and has a conversation with the highly respected local police chief. But things s ...more
Nice details and reads well, but the underlying plot is predictable. Some funny lawyer lines, the main character is well developed as a character and is likeable. The author writes tense scenes well. Without giving plot away, there is a scene in this book in which a surprise takes place and I really enjoyed that. It was well written and funny.
Very Good; Continuing character: Brady Coyne; when a client's son is presumed dead in a car accident that ended up in a river, Coyne starts out as a comforting friend, but as the mystery deepend he starts digging into things and finds all kinds of secrets in the small town
William G. Tapply (1940–2009) was an American author best known for writing legal thrillers. A lifelong New Englander, he graduated from Amherst and Harvard before going on to teach social studies at Lexington High School. He published his first novel, Death at Charity’s Point, in 1984. A story of death and betrayal among Boston Brahmins, it introduced crusading lawyer Brady Coyne, a fishing enthu ...moreMore about William G. Tapply...
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