Thursday, May 22, 2014

YESTERDAY'S ECHO by Matt Coyle Nominated for Anthony Award

Murder, mystery, and manhunt.  Matt Coyle's Yesterday's Echo -- as David Marshall, book critic and blogger from Thinking About Books, states -- " a book that does absolutely everything right."  So it's no wonder the author's first novel is nominated for an Anthony Award for Best First Novel this year.  Read more reviews here.

About the Award:

The World Mystery Convention, or Anthony Awards is named after Anthony Boucher, a mystery fiction critic, editor and author.  This is a nonprofit organization run by volunteers.  Learn more about the awards on the official website, as well as a list of other nominees and past winners.  You can also follow the organization on Facebook.

About the Book:
(From the book jacket)

Unable to escape his own past, Rick Cahill risks his life for a woman who is hiding her own.  Rick Cahill was never convicted of his wife's murder, but he was never exonerated either.  Not by the police.  Not by the media.  Not even by himself.  Eight years later, police suspicion and his own guilt remains over his responsibility in his wife's death.  When he meets Melody Malana, a beautiful yet secretive TV reporter, he sees a chance to love again.  When she is arrested for murder and asks Rick for help, the former cop says no, but the rest of him says yes, and he grasps at a chance for love and redemption.  Rick's attempt to help turns terribly wrong, and he becomes a suspect in the murder and target of a police manhunt.  On the run, Rick encounters desperate people who will kill to keep their pasts buried.  Before Rick can save himself and bring down a murderer, he must confront the truth about his own past and untangle his feelings for a woman he can never fully trust.

The book is available in hardcover, kindle, and audio and your local bookstore or online.

About the Author:

Needless to say (but we'll say it anyway), we are all proud of our author Matt Coyle here at Kimberley Cameron & Associates.  To learn more about the author, his writing, and events, check out his official website.
And don't forget to congratulate him on Facebook or Twitter.

Posted by KC&A intern Stacy Briscoe

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