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He may be a millionaire, but Vern Wheeler never forgot that he is a son of Maine—land of big sky, wide lakes, and the fattest salmon on the East Coast. To escape the boardroom, he buys a rundown fishing lodge in the wilds of his home state, and with his brother turns it into the most fashionable retreat in New England. After years of happy fishing, the Wheelers have no interest in selling Raven Lodge. But a local Native American group won’t take no for an answer.
Claiming that Raven Lodge is located on protected land, the Native Americans threaten to sue for ownership of the property, and Wheeler sends his attorney, fishing enthusiast Brady Coyne, to negotiate. But when Brady arrives at Raven Lake, he finds danger in and out of the water. A fisherman has been scalped, and placid, idyllic Maine is about to erupt into mayhem.
|Title||:||Dead Meat (Brady Coyne, #5)|
|Format Type||:||Unknown Binding|
|Number of Pages||:||213 pages|
February 20, 2017
The fifth novel featuring Boston attorney Brady Coyne opens when Brady gets a call from one of his very wealthy clients, a guy named Vern Wheeler. With his brother, Tiny, Wheeler owns an exclusive hunting lodge on Raven Lake in the remote woods of northern Main. Tiny Wheeler runs the place with a...
July 08, 2010
I was introduced to the Brady Coyne character in Philip Craig's Vineyard books. They're kind of fun, nothing out of the ordinary...
August 16, 2009
Very Good; Continuing character: Brady Coyne; people are dying at a remote resort, and Coyne tries to hlp friends figure out what is going on
March 18, 2015
I really don't even remember picking this up at the library, but it was in my bag! A light, pleasant read: I might not search it out, but I'd be glad to read another book in this series if one fell into my lap (as this one apparently did)
August 26, 2016
Is Brady growing up? Or getting a bit more mature? Appreciated the story more without the usual female "diversions"; glad to see him with some self-control.
March 24, 2017
This is another solid entry in the Brady Coyne series for lovers of standard mystery thrillers. Tapply doesn't try to invent twists and turns for their own sake. He just presents a problem and has Brady solve it in a plausible fashion. Be warned with Dead Meat, however. There are times you will t...
March 19, 2017
March 2017 However, I know I've read this around 2010 or earlier. I was hoping to simply piggy-back on my 2010 review. Alas, here goes the 2010/2017 version: I liked this book the first time I read it and it was equally a page turner the second time. As always I enjoy Tapply's characters. Some of...
February 05, 2016
#5 in the Boston attorney Brady Coyne series.
Boston attorney Brady Coyne series - In Maine, Brady investigates a deadly business deal. He may be a millionaire, but Vern Wheeler never forgot that he is a son of Maine--land of big sky, wide lakes, and the fattest salmon on the East Coast. To escape...
October 21, 2009
I like Tapply's Brady Coyne character - will probably pick up some more by him. The fact that Coyne's a Boston attorney tickles my Boston roots. A pleasant, light read, not too complex, but Coyne grows on you as a realistic protagonist - you could see youself doing most of what he does - same vei...
March 06, 2009
My first sample of William Tapply. Not a bad book, it kept my interest most of the way. Pretty good ending, not exactly what I was expecting. I'll probably read another of the "Brady Coyne" series.