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“With Wrong Light
Matt Coyle is on top of his game and Rick Cahill ascends to the top ranks of the classic private eyes. 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. You’ll find all of that and more in this great read.” —Michael Connelly, New York Times
“An equation involving everyone from the Russian mob to Irish Travelers to ex-cops, Coyle’s Wrong Light
is a fascinating, fast-paced, spidery-webbed novel.” —Reed Farrel Coleman, New York Times
“Part pacy thriller and part fair-play puzzle, Wrong Light
delivers, even if you read it as a page-turner alone. But delve a little deeper and there's so much more. Coyle honors the gum-shoe tradition but confounds expectations; he both celebrates and laments masculinity; and he writes with respect of the price his hero pays for the life he lives.” —Catriona McPherson, multi-award-winning author
“A complex character, Rick Cahill is a refreshingly original PI with a dark past who will not hesitate to take the law into his own hands, if need be. Wrong Light is compulsive storytelling, intelligently scripted, and filled with twists and turns you never see coming.” —New York Journal of Books
“For the Jim Thompson crowd, who want their noir straight, no chaser.”—Booklist
“Rick Cahill . . . has a conscience, similar to Robert Parker’s Spenser and is not averse to breaking rules to uncover the truth.” —Library JournalPraise for the Rick Cahill series
“Matt Coyle's protagonist, Rick Cahill, is haunted both by the sins of his father and by his own mistakes—but he's driven to find the truth, no matter where it takes him, and that's what makes this story so compelling. Coyle is the real deal, and [Blood Truth
] is the best PI novel I've read in years, period.” —Steve Hamilton, 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