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Dead Winter

Dead Winter When a minister s son is accused of murder Brady doesn t know whom to trustDesmond Winters has had trouble than a Unitarian minister deserves Over six years ago his wife disappeared with their fourt

  • Title: Dead Winter
  • Author: William G. Tapply
  • ISBN: 9780440205661
  • Page: 247
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • When a minister s son is accused of murder, Brady doesn t know whom to trustDesmond Winters has had trouble than a Unitarian minister deserves Over six years ago, his wife disappeared with their fourteen year old daughter, promising to return someday The daughter came back after six months the wife never did The experience scarred Desmond s son, Marc, who acted ouWhen a minister s son is accused of murder, Brady doesn t know whom to trustDesmond Winters has had trouble than a Unitarian minister deserves Over six years ago, his wife disappeared with their fourteen year old daughter, promising to return someday The daughter came back after six months the wife never did The experience scarred Desmond s son, Marc, who acted out by getting involved with cocaine smugglers and marrying an exotic dancer Through all his troubles, Des was counseled by Brady Coyne, a sensitive lawyer to Boston s elite But now something has happened that even Brady may not be able to fix Marc s wife is dead, and the minister s son is the prime suspect.Marc finds Maggie dead in their boat, and calls the police immediately Brady doesn t believe Marc murdered his wife, but he also knows that in this family, anything is possible It could be drugs, it could be the missing mother but a beautiful young girl is dead, and Brady Coyne needs to know why.

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    1. Boston lawyer Brady Coyne has a client list that consists almost exclusively of wealthy elderly people from Boston's Upper Crust, and when he's not off fishing somewhere, the bulk of his work lies in drawing their wills and planning their estates. For an attorney who has such an apparently quiet practice, though, Coyne does seem to find himself in the middle of a lot of murder cases.Given that, when Brady's phone rings at two o'clock in the morning, the news is probably not going to be good. On [...]

    2. Typical easy-reading Brady Coyne story; satisfying, interesting triple quest, and he only took one punch to the head - no hospital.

    3. I picked up this novel that had been on my shelf for ages and didn't know what to expect. I was pleasantly surpised. The story has good action and a believable plot that is hard to anticipate.Desmond Winters is an elderly, retired minister. He asks Brady Coyne to help find his wife, Connie. She's been missing for a number of years. When she left, she left a note to give her time. Now that Des's health isn't that good, since Connie is the beneficiary of his estate, he thinks it would leave his ch [...]

    4. #8 in the Boston attorney Brady Coyne series.Boston attorney Brady Coyne series - Coyne is called in the middle of the night by his long-time client Desmond Winter, a retired Unitarian minister in Newburyport. Maggie, ex-stripper and wife of Des's semi-ne'er-do-well son Marc, has been found on Des's fishing boat, beaten to death. Although Marc isn't arrested, he's clearly the prime suspect, especially since he and Maggie had an ``open'' marriage. Next a lawyer from North Carolina is murdered in [...]

    5. I wish I could give this a 3.5. To write a series that appears to be pretty simple and easy to read, like the Brady Coyne series, is much tougher than it appears, and Tappley does a good job with it. This is exactly the kind of book that I like when I come home from a tough night at work, and want to crawl into bed with an entertaining, but not too taxing book. Enjoyable read.

    6. A great mystery, where the main investigator is a Boston attorney who loves to fish more than he loves to work, and who picks his clients carefully. A call in the middle of the night by a Unitarian minister friend announces the murder of the minister's daughter in law. The son is a suspect but it gets so tangled by the time we hit the climax that I was totally immersed into what would happen next. That's the mark of a great mystery.

    7. If you like good mysteries you'll like William Tapply. Although his books are not long he develops the characters so you are interested in them. You may guess at the solution to the mystery but change your mind a couple times toward the end. The protagonist is Brady Coyne, a Boston lawyer who specializes in trusts, estates, etc. which he finds fairly boring but it gives him an income which allows him to indulge in fly fishing and occasional detecting.

    8. Just finished re-reading all the Brady Coyne novels. It's been a number of years since I read them the first time. I found this author through his other series.

    9. Still loving this author when I need something light. Characters are based in Boston but there is an English wit to the main character especially.

    10. Good; Continuing character: Brady Coyne; Coyne tries to help a minister's son who has been accused of killing his wife, and ends up finding a very dysfunctional family

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