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First Light (Brady Coyne, #19) by Philip R. Craig
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Nov 07, 2007

really liked it
bookshelves: new-england-mystery
Read in November, 2007

TITLE/AUTHOR: FIRST LIGHT by Philip R. Craig & William G. Tapply
RATING: 4.5/B+
GENRE/PUB DATE/# OF PGS: Mystery/2002/406 LP pgs
SERIES/STAND ALONE: #1 in series JW Jackson & Brady Coyne
TIME/PLACE: Present/Martha's Vineyard
CHARACTERS: J W Jackson/PI & Brady Coyne/Boston Lawyer
FIRST LINES: I had arranged to meet James Bannerman in the Fireside because it was close to the ferry landing, so he could catch the boat & go home to Connecticut after we talked. I was the only customer when he came in.

COMMENTS: Chapters alternate between JW Jackson (Craig) and Brady Coyne (Tapply). Jackson is hired to find a missing woman and Coyne is on the vineyard for business. His wealthy client, Sarah Fairchild, is dying and wants Brady to assist her in settling the estate. JW & Brady are not only out fishing every day/night for the derby -- mostly early morning for the first light -- but their cases are overlapping. Had an old-fashioned (cocktails at sunset, low to little technology)feel to it, very enjoyable.

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