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"Tapply just keeps writing excellent prose, filled with fine characters and solidly crafted plots….If you haven’t already discovered him, start now." – Globe and Mail (Toronto) on Nervous Water
"Adept at plot and characterization…Tapply can be counted on to provide maximum enjoyment." – San Diego Union-Tribune on Out Cold
I didn't read it, it was a gift they said they liked it alot. Good story line, and good creatorsPublished 9 months ago by April Geiger
A lawyer offers his services to a troubled Iraq war veteran who is getting divorced. Boston attorney Brady Coyne who is here appearing in Tapply's 24th novel. Read morePublished 11 months ago by C. L Wilson
I have to say that this is the first book by William Tapply that I have read.
It was well written and held my interest. Not deep or profound but thoroughly enjoyable.
I bought this as a gift for my Mom who loved it and then loaned it to me. She is 80+ and loves all of William Tapply's books. Great book, really keeps you on the edge of your seat. Read morePublished on December 8, 2011 by JD Martin
I am a big fan of now deceased Robert Parker novels and now I have (now deceased Tappley) to read on cold winter nights.Published on October 26, 2010 by Sara Sgarlat
I have to agree with the reviewer who commented on how slowly this story moves. While I enjoy Brady and the descriptions of his life, we're 100 pages into the story and virtually... Read morePublished on March 16, 2009 by W. Mahoney
If you like Tapply, you will enjoy this book. Pick it up and start reading, and you will feel like you are visiting with an old friend. Read morePublished on December 16, 2008 by Patricia Ann
This was my first Tapply novel and I will be trying another. This is no great work of literature; that is not its goal. Read morePublished on November 27, 2008 by Mr. John Evans