Nervous Water

Nervous Water

A Brady Coyne Mystery

Book - 2005
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Boston attorney Brady Coyne comes face to face with his past when he agrees to assist an aged relative with a sensitive family matter, embarking on a quest to find the man's missing daughter.
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Minotaur, c2005
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780312337445
Branch Call Number: MYS Tap
Characteristics: 292 p. ; 24 cm


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Apr 11, 2017

one of the better Brady Coyne mysteries.

Jan 16, 2015

This is one of the many Brady Coyne mysteries written by Tapply, and the only one I have read. Coyne is a lawyer with roots in Maine and the love of fishing his forebears had lives on in his heart. After many years away his Uncle Moze draws him back into his family when he calls and asks Coyne to find his estranged daughter Cassandra. Thus ensues the mystery - is she alive or dead; if so, who killed her and why. The writing has a nice flow and you grow to really like many of the characters and get a sense of their New England personalities. I especially liked Henry, the ever loving, hopeful, understanding dog.

hermlou Mar 11, 2011

Brady Coyne did a lot of fishing as a kid with his dad and Uncle Moze. Moze and his wife adopted their niece Cassie after her father was killed, and Moze hasn't heard from her for a while. Moze has a heart attack, so the search intensifies. Brady finds her house and car, but her husband hasn't seen her for a couple of weeks. When Cassie's former boyfriend is murdered, Coyne is afraid Cassie has been murdered, too. I won't give away any more of the plot. Tapply writes well, and his people are real, so the book is a pleasure to read.


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