By Andrew Coburn
The big apple instances stated of Andrew Coburn, “Natural storytellers should not too universal, yet Mr. Coburn is one.” And Publishers Weekly praised his earlier novel Sweetheart as “so strong that it truly is nearly criminal.” Love Nest, Andrew Coburn’s gripping new mystery, is bound to realize an identical severe acclaim.
The homicide of a tender and inviting prostitute is on the middle of this compelling tale of small-town crime, corruption, and wish. In her short remain in Andover, Massachusetts, her appeal and sweetness had touched the lives of a few of the town’s top electorate, no longer the least of whom is the investigator of her homicide, Sergeant Sonny Dawson. His tenacious look for the killer uncovers a netherworld of characters that shocks his sensibilities yet doesn't hose down his thirst to resolve the case.
The taut mental drama, the agonizingly suspenseful plot, and the deft prose that mark Andrew Coburn’s writing of affection Nest consolidate his stature and his fictional territory—the real New England international he has staked out for himself. And in his portrait of a small New England city, Coburn finds the sophistication and breadth of a such a lot proficient novelist.