Soft-touch Boston lawyer Brady Coyne (Close to the Bone, 1996, etc.), off for a weekend in Maine, can't resist giving...

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CUTTER'S RUN

Soft-touch Boston lawyer Brady Coyne (Close to the Bone, 1996, etc.), off for a weekend in Maine, can't resist giving Charlotte Gillespie and her ailing dog a ride to the vet. Next thing he knows, the dog is dead, Charlotte has vanished after a cryptic request for help, and her backwoods cabin has been festooned with viciously racist graffiti.

Pub Date: July 29, 1998

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: 288

Publisher: St. Martin's

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 1, 1998