Lost Tomorrows: Volume 6

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6.0 X 9.0 X 0.9 inches | 1.1 pounds

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About the Author
Matt Coyle is the author of the Rick Cahill PI Crime Series. Lost Tomorrows is the sixth in this best-selling series and winner of the Shamus and Lefty Awards. Yesterday's Echo, the first in the series, won the Anthony Award, and his other novels have been nominated for numerous Macavity, Shamus, and Lefty Awards. Matt is a graduate of UC Santa Barbara and lives in San Diego with his yellow Lab, Angus.
"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
"[Lost Tomorrows is] suspenseful, tightly written, full of curve balls and memorable characters and very, very smart. Welcome back, Rick. We're really glad to see you." --Joe Ide, Shamus Award-winning author
"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 best-selling author
"Following an Anthony Award-winning debut isn't easy, but Matt Coyle slammed a homer. Hard, tough, humane--Night Tremors is outstanding!"--Robert Crais, Anthony, Macavity, and Shamus Award-winning author
"Readers will root for Rick Cahill, hard-boiled PI and one-man wrecking ball, as he searches for the truth about his police officer father in Blood Truth."--Hallie Ephron, New York Times best-selling author
"Coyle's exiting sixth novel featuring San Diego, Calif., PI Rick Cahill (after 2018's Wrong Light) opens with Rick getting a call from Leah Landingham asking him to come to Santa Barbara to attend the funeral of her sister, Krista, who was his training officer when he was a rookie cop 17 years earlier. Three years later, his wife, Colleen, was murdered, and he hasn't been back to the city since. He hesitates because he knows that within the Santa Barbara PD he's still unjustly despised as "the cop who got away with murdering his wife." At the funeral, Leah asks him to investigate Krista's death. The police think it was a hit-and-run accident, but Leah is sure it was murder. When Rick, whose creed is "Sometimes you have to do what's right even when the law says it's wrong," learns that Krista had reopened the cold case file on Colleen's murder just one week before her death, he knows that the two crimes are connected. The twisty plot takes readers down some false trails before reaching the explosive climax. Noir fans will be well satisfied."--Publishers Weekly
". . . for those who admire old-school PI style, there's plenty to savor here." --Booklist
"Coyle's sixth "Rick Cahill" novel [Lost Tomorrows] will please noir enthusiasts with its staccato prose, evocative descriptions, and hard-nosed protagonist."--Library Journal
"Southern California has turned out its fair share of thriller and noir superstars (some of them transplants, of course, before making their names on the west coast), such as Michael Connelly, Robert Crais, T. Jefferson Parker, James Ellroy, Raymond Chandler, and Ross MacDonald. Matt Coyle is quickly writing himself onto that list."--New York Journal of Books
"Readers seeking a thriller that borders on a study of psychology will find a treasure trove in this novel set in Santa Barbara, the city of lost tomorrows." -- Bookreporter.com