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Night Tremors by Matt Coyle


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Also by Matt Coyle:

Lost Tomorrows, December 2019
Wrong Light, December 2018
Blood Truth, December 2017
Dark Fissures, December 2016
Night Tremors, June 2015
Yesterday's Echo, May 2013

Night Tremors
Matt Coyle

An eight-year-old secret, one bloody night, an innocent man imprisoned.

Rick Cahill #2
Oceanview Publishing
June 2015
On Sale: June 2, 2015
Featuring: Rick Cahill
304 pages
ISBN: 160809149X
EAN: 9781608091492
Kindle: B00R3KKRYO
Hardcover / e-Book
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Suspense | Thriller P.I. | Mystery

Nightmares of the man he killed two years ago still chase Rick Cahill through his sleep. The memory of his murdered wife haunts him during waking hours. His private investigative work, secretly photographing adulterers, paid for his new house but stains his soul.

When an old nemesis asks for his help to free a man from prison, a man he thinks is wrongly convicted of murder, Rick grabs at the chance to turn his life around. His investigation takes him from the wealthy enclave of La Jolla to the dark underbelly of San Diego. His quest fractures his friendship with his mentor, endangers his steady job, and draws the ire of the Police Chief who had tried to put Rick behind bars forever. With the police on one side of the law and a vicious biker gang on the other, all trying to stop him from freeing the man in prison, Rick risks his life to uncover the truth that only the real killer knows — what happened one bloody night eight years earlier.

Rick Cahill


14 comments posted.

Re: Night Tremors

It's not so much the cases, it's the way the story unfolds.
I enjoy a good murder but if the bank robbery is told right,
I might not put that book down until I find out who done it.
Really, it doesn't matter what the crime is to me, if it's
told in a way that keeps me guessing and smiling, I'll read
(Dagmar Finch 4:03am June 15, 2015)

I like murder mysteries the most. Although if there are interesting characters
and real suspense, it can be any crime. And I love a crime series where the
MC is a PI. Sue Grafton's Kinsey Millhone books were the first mystery series
I ever read and Kinsey is still my favorite PI!
Nikki Fournier 5:46am June 15, 2015)

Captivating cases involving missing family members who left
long ago.
Sharon Berger 10:54am June 15, 2015)

I enjoy a combination---love triangles gone bad, murder, crime and
I love trying to guess how the story will end, that keeps the book
in my hands
Shirley Younger 12:30pm June 15, 2015)

I like a mystery that keeps me guessing whodoneit until the end
Jean Benedict 1:06pm June 15, 2015)

My favorite mysteries have me guessing which characters that I can trust to be "the good guy/gal". My favorite characters aren't 100% perfect or infallible.
Joanne Hicks 10:51pm June 15, 2015)

I like the murder mystery where it can be any one , the little old lady to the new minster in town . Keep me guessing to the end .
Joan Thrasher 10:31am June 17, 2015)

The ones that keep me on the edge of my seat, guessing who did it.
Jean Patton 2:45pm June 17, 2015)

Always looking for a new author to read. Your's sounds
interesting. I love mystery and suspense.
Sharon Rabner 6:54pm June 17, 2015)

It doesn't matter to me what the original crime was. I
simply like a tale with danger and suspense and a
perpetrator and motive are hard to guess. As long as
there are clues throughout that make me think "I should
have figured that out!" at the denouement.
Irene Menge 9:00pm June 17, 2015)

Love mysteries where you think you know who the bad guy is and then there is a twist that changes everything.
Linda Harrison 8:52am June 18, 2015)

I like all kind of mysteries. This one sounds exciting.
Anna Speed 12:50pm June 18, 2015)

Secrets from the past always make for interesting cases for
me, especially historical secrets
Roswita Hildebrandt 2:32pm June 18, 2015)

Thanks for all the great comments.
Matt Coyle 7:10pm June 24, 2015)

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