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BEST BET 2013 PICK
A smart and gritty debut of a flawed ex-cop turned restaurateur who becomes entangled with the wrong people, people who want to keep their dirty secrets buried, which is something this ex-cop is all too familiar with.
— From Sarah Chen
“Coyle’s promising debut introduces ex-cop Rick Cahill, a tarnished knight who battles internal and external demons...Cahill turns out to be both tough and resourceful when forced to confront his past. Readers can hope his future will be brighter.” —Publishers Weekly
“Yesterday’s Echo is plotted with a sure hand, and the prose flows fast and crisp like a mountain river. It will captivate you so that you don’t want to put it down, and you don’t want it to end—at least not until the next installment is available.” —Suspense Magazine
“Readers looking for a smart new spin on the classic P.I. novel will find it in Matt Coyle’s terrific debut, Yesterday’s Echo. Coyle turns the difficult trick of paying the proper respect to the traditions of the classic hard-boiled novel while stamping it all with his own distinct, contemporary take.” —Gar Anthony Haywood, author of Assume NothingPraise for the Rick Cahill PI Crime Series
“Coyle knows the secret: digging into a crime means digging into the past. Sometimes it’s messy, sometimes it’s dangerous—always it’s entertaining.” —Michael Connelly, New York Times
“Sharp, suspenseful, and poignant, Lost Tomorrows
hits like a breaking wave and pulls readers into its relentless undertow. Matt Coyle is at the top of his game.” —Meg Gardiner, Edgar Award-winning author
“Following an Anthony Award-winning debut isn't easy, but Matt Coyle slammed a homer. Hard, tough, humane—Night Tremors
is outstanding!” —Robert Crais, Anthony, Macavity, and Shamus Award-winning author
“Matt Coyle's Dark Fissures
is a meticulously plotted detective novel with such fast and continuous action that neither the cars nor the gun barrels ever cool down.”—Thomas Perry, Edgar Award-winning author
“Readers will root for Rick Cahill, hard-boiled PI and one-man wrecking ball, as he searches for the truth about his police officer father in Blood Truth
.” —Hallie Ephron, New York Times