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William Tappley ranks up there with Robert B Parker, G M Ford and Dick Francis as a teller of wonderfully paced mysteries. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Bob from Tennessee
A quick fun read. You almost know how it will end, but you still want to read it. I loved the title and how it tied in with the story.Published 10 months ago by Avid Reader
Another outstanding mystery from William Tapply. If you know his writing, you'll enjoy this as well. If you aren't familiar, give it a whirl. I'm addicted to the entire series.Published 11 months ago by dlbk
This is the twenty-sixth and last of the books in William G. Tapply's long-running series featuring Boston attorney Brady Coyne, published in 2010, a year after Tapply's death. Read morePublished 13 months ago by James L. Thane
While I have enjoyed the works of authors who come from many careers, William G. Tapply's world of academia always intrigued me. Read morePublished on July 21, 2011 by the ex-news editor
I am a huge fan of the Brady Coyne novels, and am sad that this is his last one. I also found the references to the late Philip Craig's character J.W. Jackson poignant. Read morePublished on February 12, 2011 by madriver
I have always enjoyed this author's novels, especially the ones featuring "Brady Coyne". Was very saddened when I heard he had passed away.Published on February 3, 2011 by Sandra C. Dixon