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Teen dies outside Brady's home in Beacon Hill. Brady goes to Churchill NH to try to solve.
  carrjr | Jul 29, 2007 |
William Tapply can write as smoothly as any man alive. This is one author that if you're not careful you won't remember getting that far along in the book because of the way one word, sentence and paragraph follows to another. Before you know it, it's bedtime and you haven't been aware of anything but the story. ( )
  Castledweller | May 18, 2007 |
I really like this series. Brady Coyne is a Boston Lawyer but really is more like a private eye solving his own cases. This time his dog discovers the body of dead teenage girl in the backyard. ( )
  Kathy89 | Oct 29, 2006 |
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Brady Coyne is a Boston attorney, whose routine legal work and sedate lifestyle usually keep him far away from trouble. Unfortunately, one cold January morning, trouble comes to him. When Brady lets his dog out into the backyard of his Back Bay brownstone, he finds a girl buried under the snow in Brady's back yard. A teenager, maybe fifteen or sixteen, who had apparently crawled into the backyard, bleeding, in the middle of the night, only to die from hypothermia and blood loss. The singular clue to her identity is a small piece of paper with the brownstone's address scribbled on it.
Now Brady is determined to find out who the girl was, why she had his address, and what happened to her. But the mysterious girl's death is only the beginning - someone out there knows Brady is trying to find out what happened that night and is willing to do anything, or kill anyone, to keep the truth from coming out.

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"Boston-based attorney Brady Coyne aspires to a quite life. His solo law practice, handling routine legal work for a select group of clients, and his sedate, stable private life usually keep him far away from trouble. But one cold January morning, trouble comes to him." "The morning after a snowstorm, Brady lets his dog out into the backyard of his Back Bay brownstone only to discover the body of an unfamiliar girl buried underneath the newly fallen snow. She is a teenager, maybe fifteen or sixteen, who apparently entered his backyard, bleeding, in the middle of the night, only to die from hypothermia and blood loss. The single clue to her identity is a small piece of paper with Brady's address scribbled on it." "The police seem to believe that the girl is simply another runaway - one of many in the city - and the circumstances of her death are likely to remain unsolved, Shaken by his discovery of the body and the girl's tragic death, consumed by the question of who she was and why she seemed to be looking for him, Brady Coyne is determined to find out the truth. But it soon turns out that the mysterious girl's death is only the beginning - someone out there knows Brady is trying to find out what happened that night, and they are willing to do anything - or kill anyone - to keep the truth from coming out."--BOOK JACKET.… (more)

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