A Welcome Grave

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Allen & Unwin, 2009 - Cleveland (Ohio) - 321 pages
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Explores the lengths to which a desperate man is forced to go to clear his name and solve a crime. Fast-paced and brilliantly written, A Welcome Grave confirms Michael Koryta's status as a leading international crime writer.

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A welcome grave

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In what is the best entry yet in Kortya's "Lincoln Perry" private eye series (after Sorrow's Anthem), Perry becomes a person of interest when Alex Jefferson, the man he holds responsible for stealing ... Read full review

Review: A Welcome Grave (Lincoln Perry #3)

User Review  - Teena - Goodreads

This is the first novel I've read by Koryta and I enjoyed it. Lincoln Perry is a likeable character. I liked the writing style. I wasn't all that crazy about Karen and hoped that she was involved in the crimes. I'm looking forward to going back and reading first two books in the series. Read full review

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About the author (2009)

While still in high school, Michael Koryta worked as a newspaper reporter and for a private investigator. His first book, Tonight I Said Goodbye, was published when he was twenty-one years old and an undergraduate at Indiana University. It won the Great Lakes Book Award for best mystery. Envy the Night won the 2008 Los Angeles Times Book Prize for best mystery/thriller. He is the author of the Lincoln Perry series and teaches at the Indiana University School of Journalism. Koryta's book Those Who Wish Me Dead made the Nwe York Time bestseller list in 2014.

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