Out Cold (Brady Coyne Series #22)

Out Cold (Brady Coyne Series #22)

by William G. Tapply

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Out Cold (Brady Coyne Series #22) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
On a freezing morning in Boston¿s Back Bay, attorney Brady Coyne wakes up thinking about how he misses his ¿virtual spouse¿ Evie as he lets Henry their Brittany spaniel companion out the back door into four inches of snow. However, instead of taking care of business and getting back inside to warmth and breakfast, Henry growls and paws at the snow. Frustrated because Henry ignores his commands, Brady goes out side in the cold to retrieve his canine only to learn why the dog refused to come home. A teenage girl lies probably dead as EMT arrives to try to and save her. --- His secretary tells him the girl was rushed to Suffolk County Medical Center, but learns what really happened to her when Boston homicide cop Saundra Mendoza visits to question him. She tells him the girl was most likely dead before he found her from hypothermia and a loss of blood from a miscarriage, which Brady thinks means in this case amateur abortion. Brady needs to know who teenage Jane Doe was and why she crawled into his backyard to die. As he digs someone watches him just in case. --- Brady Coyne¿s latest investigation is a terrific cautionary story that is at its best when the lawyer is obsessed to learn the truth about the girl who died in his backyard because he feels some guilt though he logically knows he did everything he could for her. The story line loses some of its deepest meaning though retains the exhilaration when it veers into the culprit trying to insure he never learns the truth. OUT COLD is a fabulous mystery in which William G. Tapply warns that abolishing legal abortion will drive it into the back allies for the poor (and overseas for the middle and upper classes). --- Harriet Klausner
Kathy89 on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
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.
Castledweller on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
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.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago