Muscle Memory (Brady Coyne, #16)
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Muscle Memory (Brady Coyne #16)

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WHEN A HUSBAND'S LIE...
Attorney Brady Coyne has found his bar buddy Mick Fallon-former Detroit Pistons' star-brooding in his beer. His wife Kaye's just stunned him with a file for divorce, and she's taking him for everything. What Mick needs is a weapon like Brady to fight back. What Brady needs first is for Mick to come clean about his troubled marriage.

BETRAYS A WIFE'S S...more
Paperback, 304 pages
Published April 14th 2003 by Minotaur Books (first published July 1st 1999)
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WHEN A HUSBAND'S LIE...
Attorney Brady Coyne has found his bar buddy Mick Fallon-former Detroit Pistons' star-brooding in his beer. His wife Kaye's just stunned him with a file for divorce, and she's taking him for everything. What Mick needs is a weapon like Brady to fight back. What Brady needs first is for Mick to come clean about his troubled marriage.

BETRAYS A WIFE'S SECRET...
What's no mystery is Mick's hair-trigger temper and gambling habit that's left him deep in debt to a local mobster. I...more
Theresa
Believable everyday characters. Mystery that wasn't able to figure out 3 chapters in. Figured it out about the same time the book revealed it - I had guessed incorrectly. Enjoyed following Mr. Coyne's steps while questioning his client and others.
Jonna
Obviously not a good book since I didn't even remember finishing it. It was on my "currently reading" list, but when I went back to finish it, I realized that I had! Then I remembered how bad it was. Poor character development...the plot not fully developed...too many parts of the story that could've been told. It just wasn't good enough.
Beth
Tapply calls it "invisible writing" and that's just how I like it. You don't need big words and lots of intricate knowledge to write a good story, but to me a good book is one from which I've learned something useful.
lynn
Love this series. Reminiscent of Robert Parker except Brady Coyne is a lawyer. Dry sense of humor, fast moving and a nice read when you need something not so deep and emotionally grabbing!
Steve
Tapply doesn't do anything fancy, but Brady Coyne is a good guy without being boring, meets interesting characters, and always fools me just enough with the solutions to his mysteries.
Joe O'c
Excellent; Continuing character: Brady Coyne; lawyer helps client/friend whose wife wants divorce, then gets further involved when the wife is murdered
Irving Milbury
I always love reading a Brady Coyne novel. Although Tapply is not the greatest writer, he's among the greatest.
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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...more
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