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It's 1987. Several years earlier, with little money but big ideas, a young man named Hanny set off to find answers to what he considered life's great questions. He hasn't been heard from since he was in Peru three years ago, and his father has since died in a car accident. Hanny doesn't know that, nor is he aware that he's the sole beneficiary under his father's Will. Hann ...more
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Published February 29th 2020 by New Street Publishing
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Píaras Cíonnaoíth
May 16, 2020 rated it it was amazing
A well-crafted legal thriller...

Author Edward A. McCoyd weaves a compelling and noteworthy legal thriller. With intriguing twists and turns it will easily captivate the reader’s attention from the beginning. The author paints a gripping and mesmerizing story set against the backdrop of Black Monday in 1987. The characters are drawn with great credibility and conviction and it’s a fast-paced novel that will keep you engaged from the first page to the last.

The book description gives a sneak previe
May 16, 2020 rated it it was amazing
‘About Mrs. Murphy. Her son is missing!’

New York author Edward A McCoyd is a lawyer who lectures and publishes numerous articles on estate and probate matters. Using his experience and depth of knowledge about probate litigation, Edward has written three novels in a series about last will and testament situations – SIMPSON’S WILL, FORESTER’S WILL and now MURPHY’S WILL: each is a novel that incorporates an insider’s view of the legal aspects of wills while supplementing that with a keen ability
May 15, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Murphy’s Will is a legal thriller. If you enjoy legal thrillers ala John Grisham, then this novel will be right up your alley.

The book holds your attention from the first to the last page. It is the perfect length that tells the story really well and does not dwell on unnecessary details and keeps the subplots relevant and interesting.

The characters are interesting and interact in complex and interesting ways that hold a little mystery along with all the thrills provided by the story.

Overall, th
Carolina Solano
May 26, 2020 rated it really liked it
Murphy's Will is a story centered in the year 1987 and it begins with the death of Hannibal's father while he is missing. His father has left him a millionaire inheritance by collecting a lawsuit due to a car accident in which he lost his life. The money is managed by his uncle Chris, who refuses to search for him.
Hanny's (Hannibal) mother, Mrs. Murphy, works for Tim O’Leary, an experienced and trustworthy attorney, and his wife, Marge, a private investigator, decides to offer her help when they
Guy Wheatley
May 19, 2020 rated it it was amazing
This was quite a surprise. It is a short read that I finished in a single setting. A legal procedural with enough suspense to keep me turning pages. It’s a feel good story where the good guys win. That’s not really a spoiler because you can tell by the style as you read that it will have a happy ending. There is a refreshing lack of cynicism that kept it uplifting and enjoyable.
A young man disappears on a quest for the meaning of life. During the three years he is out of touch his father comes i
Mia C.
May 23, 2020 rated it it was amazing
“Murphy’s Will” is a book written by Edward A. McCoyd, American author. This is a middle length book that has a bit more than two hundred pages. The story is set in the year 1987 and its main character is Hanny, a young man who set off in a journey of discovery of life. He father has died and he did not know this nor the result of his will.
The plot of the story is presented clearly and it is developed smoothly. Characters are well developed and fully described. Moreover the story presents some
Rachel Kester
Jun 01, 2020 rated it really liked it
Do you enjoy legal thrillers? Are you looking for a captivating book that will leave you on the edge of your seat? If so, this is one you might want to check out.

Author Edward A. McCoyd takes readers back to 1987 where they’ll meet Hanny, a young man who left his home to accomplish his dreams. However, while away, Hanny’s father dies and his will makes him the sole beneficiary. A legal team works to locate Hanny to tell him the news. However, along the way, some disturbing events occur, includin
Nov 02, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition

An original story involving the will of the father of Hanny. His uncle is executor and while Hanny is abroad the estate is not being handled well. Hanny's mother is more worried about finding Hanny than dealing with her ex-wife brother in law. Follow this adventure of mystery and legal procedures.
Barbara R. Cady
Oct 31, 2020 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition

I only made it to page 30 before I couldn't take any more. It was very slow moving, the writing was done as more for teens and young adults.
Rene Rowland
A very pleasant read!

I gave this story a 5 star rating because it was nice ! It had humor and thoughtfulness in the characters.
May 22, 2020 rated it it was amazing
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It's been a good while since I've come across a legal thriller that wasn't a cheap John Grisham knockoff. Let's just be real, it's not easy to make probate and estate law titillating but then comes Edward A. McCoyd with Murphy's Will, a novel chock full of thrills, drama, action, mystery, and suspense. It is a rather quick read at only 224 pages but it packs a good punch. The opening scene grabs your attention and holds it tight right through the epilogue. That it is set in 1987 at first had me ...more
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