Fine Line (2020)

Fine Line William G. Tapply Fine Line Walt Duffy spent his life traveling the world documenting the beauty and wonder of nature through the lens of a camera But there was nothing natural about the ugly way he died his skull fractured by
  • Title: Fine Line
  • Author: William G. Tapply
  • ISBN: 9780312989781
  • Page: 160
  • Format: Paperback
Fine Line William G. Tapply Walt Duffy spent his life traveling the world, documenting the beauty and wonder of nature through the lens of a camera But there was nothing natural about the ugly way he died, his skull fractured by an unknown assailant, his broken body left sprawled right in his own backyard The irony wasn t lost on Boston attorney Brady Coyne He first met Duffy while handling his diWalt Duffy spent his life traveling the world, documenting the beauty and wonder of nature through the lens of a camera But there was nothing natural about the ugly way he died, his skull fractured by an unknown assailant, his broken body left sprawled right in his own backyard The irony wasn t lost on Boston attorney Brady Coyne He first met Duffy while handling his divorce a decade earlier, and their relationship evolved into a working friendship He knew Duffy well, or so Brady thought That belief is about to be put to the test when Coyne is brought in for questioning by both the local police and the FBI, who reveal Duffy s ties to a notorious ecoterrorist group that is currently setting fires to homes and offices around the Boston area And when Brady begins to get mysterious calls in the middle of the night, warning of the next fire to be set, he knows that he has become an unwilling pawn in a chess game with the deadliest of consequences.
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One thought on “Fine Line

  1. K

    Having read Tapply s fine work, Outwitting Trolls as my first brush with this author and series, I have only a small sample to compare I found A Fine Line to be slightly less well written, with a feeling of things being forced to move the plot along It picks up nicely over the last quarter of the book, however I felt that the ending and the reveal of the bad guy and his motive was artificial, rather than having grown organically from the storyline that the author had established Still an enjoyab [...]

  2. Eric_W

    Walt Duffy, famous bird photographer who had lost the use of his legs, asks Coyne, his lawyer, to take some valuable letters of Merriwether Lewis to be appraised The next day, Coyne finds Duffy on the brick floor of his birdhouse, his head bleeding profusely, crutches by his side and Ethan, Duffy s son who lived with him has gone missing.The plot becomes thicker as Coyne finds himself manipulated by a killer with links to a secret environmentalist organization The killer seems to know Coyne s ev [...]

  3. E Sanders

    William Tapply is my new favorite authorTapply s Brady Coyne is funny, interesting, not your usual lawyer, he would rather fish than work, his secretary rules the office with sharpness but she is a romantic who lets Brady off the hook to court his lady friends Brady can t help but get involved in situations leading him into danger to help his clients who are usually long time friends.

  4. Ed

    19 in the Brady Coyne series has this as 20, but I treat the Brady Coyne JW Jackson novels as a separate series.Boston attorney Brady Coyne finds his client, Walt Duffy, dying when he arrives for a meeting Walt s son, Ethan, is the suspect but Brady doesn t believe it Ultimately, Brady offers to buy Walt s Beacon Hill home and adopt his Brittany, Henry, if lover Evie will move in with him.

  5. Vincent

    Tapply is one of the most underrated writers I know We share such gems with my brother.Maybe he would gain better posthumous recognition if some of his novels were adapted for the cinema.Unlike Spenser, Brady Coyne is not highly physical, so such films would require a proper actor Until then, let7s enjoy the books.

  6. Steve

    I know I ve read this one before.I kept reading even when I knew I d read it at least 2 years ago.I recommend it all over again.x Walt Duffy was a world renowned ornithologist, outdoorsman, and nature photographer who spent his life traveling and taking some of the most highly regarded photographs of birds in their natural habitats.

  7. Joe O'Connor

    Very Good Continuing character Brady Coyne when a birder friend client is killed and it appears eco terrorists are involved, Coyne goes looking for his friend s missing son, while trying to decide whether to move in with his girlfriend

  8. Karen

    It was the first book I have read I think I should read some of the earlier books in the series It was a good start and then by the end I was just reading the dialogue because i was bored.

  9. Tom

    William Tapply just recently died The crime novels in his Brady Coyne series could always be counted on to provide a good read.

  10. Charles

    3 and a half stars The Brady Coyne series is consistently good at least the six or seven I ve read Solid effort.

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