One-Way Ticket (2020)

One-Way Ticket William G. Tapply One Way Ticket Boston attorney Brady Coyne has a generally placid life with a nice house a stable relationship and the occasional fishing trip with old friends But one balmy June evening that quiet life begins to
  • Title: One-Way Ticket
  • Author: William G. Tapply
  • ISBN: 9780312358297
  • Page: 352
  • Format: Hardcover
One-Way Ticket William G. Tapply Boston attorney Brady Coyne has a generally placid life with a nice house, a stable relationship, and the occasional fishing trip with old friends But one balmy June evening, that quiet life begins to fall apart after Brady receives a frantic phone call from his friend and client Dalton Lancaster Dalt is in the emergency room, having been severely beaten by a group ofBoston attorney Brady Coyne has a generally placid life with a nice house, a stable relationship, and the occasional fishing trip with old friends But one balmy June evening, that quiet life begins to fall apart after Brady receives a frantic phone call from his friend and client Dalton Lancaster Dalt is in the emergency room, having been severely beaten by a group of thugs who warned him that he has a week to pay off his debt Even worse, the message comes directly from Paulie Russo, the head of the Boston mob Dalt swears he has no such debt, but when Brady tries to intercede, Russo lets him know he is holding Brady responsible for his client s obligation Then Dalt disappears and no one seems to know whether he s fled for his life or been murdered until the ransom demand arrives.While Brady tries to rescue Dalt, and himself, from the escalating situation, his live in girlfriend Evie buys a one way ticket to California to care for her dying father, leaving Brady to wonder when or if she will return.
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  1. Steve

    Feb 2017 I know I ve read this book years ago but not in.Engrossing story Poor Brady, once again, gets on the short end of violence.

  2. James Thane

    This is the twenty third book in William G Tapply s long running series featuring Boston attorney, Brady Coyne The story begins when the son of a former client demands that Brady come to the emergency room late at night to see the former client who s been beaten by a trio of thugs The former, and soon to be current client, Dalton Lancaster, tells Brady that he was not robbed and that he has no idea why he was attacked.Brady knows that Lancaster is an allegedly reformed gambler and he assumes tha [...]

  3. Rob1109

    The purpose of a book is to pass some time, kill a couple nights and allow us to escape from our own reality William Tapply s One Way Ticket did exactly that But not much This was the first novel I ve read by this author I guess I would describe this is a quick, easy read A beach read if you will If you re looking for a simple novel without much depth that doesn t require much thinking, this is a perfect novel That s not a put down at all Sometimes you just want to read something you don t need [...]

  4. Joe

    Another in the Brady Coyne series Missed this one when it first came out Visiting a friend who was scheduled for some surgery and visited a bookstore before hand Luckily I ran across a display of Used Library Books and ended up buying 6 titles, one of which was this one by W Tappley Being a huge fan of his, and realizing I missed this when it first came out just seemed cosmic So I started this in the beginning of my stay in the waiting room and by the end of the day, I had finished it Another ve [...]

  5. Grey853

    I really liked this novel for a couple of reasons Tapply nearly always delivers an interesting twist or two in his novels, and he didn t fail here When a client gets kidnapped, he gets drawn into a complicated family dynamic and a possible mob connection The other part of the story was about Brady s complicated relationship with his lover Evie Her father becomes ill and she leaves He has to learn to be alone again and it s interesting to see him struggling with this, realizing how much his life [...]

  6. Ed

    23 in the Brady Coyne series show it as 25 by counting the first two of the Brady Coyne and J.W Jackson series Coyne is a Boston lawyer, primarily with Estates and Trusts, but his avocation is fly fishing The avocation is shared with author Tapply.Brady Coyne is called in when hoods rough up an old friend The hoods speak of a debt but Dalt Lancaster swears that he is a reformed gambler and has no debts Brady finds his friend s son has incurred a gambling debt and gives him a week to come clean w [...]

  7. Gregg

    Tapply s protagnist, lawyer fisherman Brady Coyne, is a compelling character If you like him you ll find there are about 20 novels in the series This one if most recent I am getting tired of Brady s high maintenance girlfriend I hope he ditches her in the next novel I will be waiting for it.

  8. Cyndee

    A nice change from other crime novels The lawyer, Brady Coyne, is tougher than most lawyers we d know

  9. Karen Fyke

    Brady Coyne s girlfriend leaves for California to be with her dyding father Brady has to find kidnapped Robert Lancaster All Tapply s books are good.

  10. Joe O'Connor

    Excellent Continuing character Brady Coyne Coyne helps a client whose son has been kidnapped over his gambling debts, while dealing with the departure of his girlfriend

  11. Ruth

    I enjoy these Brady Coyne books, they have elements of Spenser or Stone Barrington, but are better written, have less gratuitous sex and violence and are quite entertaining.

  12. Fredrick Danysh

    When a friend and clients son is beaten so badly that he iis hospitalized, Brady Coyne is called in to help When he does try the mob becomes involved.

  13. Harry Lane

    Tapply wites a decent detective novel with interesting characters and settings Plotting is well thought out and not overly complicated A very good evening s entertainment.

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