Brady Coyne Novels

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Outwitting Trolls
Brady Coyne Novels (Volume 25)
William G. Tapply
Minotaur Books

Brady Coyne is a Boston attorney who focuses on a few private clients and the legal drudgery of their everyday life, which leads to a generally unexciting...


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Hell Bent
Brady Coyne Novels (Volume 24)
William G. Tapply
Minotaur Books

Boston area attorney Brady Coyne finds his own past crashing in on him when a divorce case he takes on for an ex-girlfriend soon becomes a murder disguised as...


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Out Cold
Brady Coyne Novels (Volume 22)
William G. Tapply
Minotaur Books

Brady Coyne is a Boston attorney, whose routine legal work and sedate lifestyle usually keep him far away from trouble. Unfortunately, one cold January...


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Nervous Water
Brady Coyne Novels (Volume 21)
William G. Tapply
Minotaur Books

In one of the finest novels yet in Tapply's long-running series, Nervous Water explores the previously hidden past of his much beloved character, Boston...


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Shadow of Death
Brady Coyne Novels (Volume 20)
William G. Tapply
Minotaur Books

Suspicious that his candidate's husband might be having an affair, the campaign manager convinces Boston attorney Brady Coyne to hire a discreet private...


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A Fine Line
Brady Coyne Novels (Volume 19)
William G. Tapply
Minotaur Books

Walt Duffy was a world-renowned ornithologist, outdoorsman, and nature photographer who spent his life traveling and taking some of the most highly regarded...


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Past Tense
Brady Coyne Novels (Volume 18)
William G. Tapply
Minotaur Books

Brady Coyne is a middle-aged Boston attorney with a small, select clientele - one that leaves him sufficient time to pursue a personal life. That personal life...


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Scar Tissue
Brady Coyne Novels (Volume 17)
William G. Tapply
Minotaur Books

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...


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William G. Tapply
William G. Tapply was a contributing editor to Field & Stream and the author of numerous books on fishing and wildlife, as well as more than twenty books of crime fiction, including Third Strike, Hell Bent and Dark Tiger. He lived with his wife in Hancock, New Hampshire.
Photo: Vicki Stiefel
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