Beneath the Depths: A Detective Byron Mystery

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Product Details

Price
$15.99  $14.71
Publisher
Witness Impulse
Publish Date
August 08, 2017
Pages
432
Dimensions
5.3 X 8.0 X 1.1 inches | 0.8 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780062569509

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About the Author

Bruce Robert Coffin is a retired police detective sergeant and bestselling author of the Detective Byron Mysteries. He lives and writes in Maine.

brucerobertcoffin.com

Reviews

"Terrific! Fast-talking, smart, and cinematic, this entertaining page-turner is so knowingly authentic only a genuine cop turned storyteller could have written it."--Hank Phillippi Ryan, Agatha, Anthony, and Mary Higgins Clark Award-winning author
"Reading Bruce Coffin is like going on a 300-page ride-along with some very tough and likeable cops. Beneath the Depths is one of the best police procedurals I've read in years--a road map of a city filled with good guys and bad guys, drawn painstakingly by an author who knows these streets as only an ex-cop can."--Gerry Boyle, author of Straw Man
"When a lawyer who's already antagonized half the people in Maine winds up dead, every pine tree in Portland seems chock-full of suspects. ... A sturdy, starchy police procedural."--Kirkus Reviews
"A great read. ... Coffin knows... police investigations from his days as a former detective for the Portland Police Department. He also knows how to craft a tightly spun tale."--Portland Press Herald
"Wonderful. ... I enjoyed Coffin's first novel, Among the Shadows, and his new novel is even better."--George's Outdoor News
"[Coffin's] clever police procedural mysteries ring true in color, atmosphere and authenticity. ... A talented mystery writer [who] knows just when to drop enticing but subtle clues for the reader. ... Detective Sergeant Byron is a complex character."--CentralMaine.com
"This incredible mystery is as intricate as a finely woven tapestry. ... [Coffin] makes contemporary mystery writers like James Patterson and Tom Clancy seem slow and contrived."--Journal Tribune