Blood Truth by Matt Coyle

Blood Truth

A hard-boiled PI novel for fans of Raymond Chandler, Ross MacDonald and Dashiell Hammett. From Anthony Award Winning and best-selling author Matt Coyle, the fourth in the Rick Cahill series.Rick Cahill has long feared the truth about his own blood—the blood of his father coursing through his veins.When a long-hidden safe unlocks clues about why his father was kicked off the police force twenty-seven years ago and then spiraled into an early dru...


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TitleBlood Truth
ISBN9781608092390
Author
Release DateDec 5th, 2017
PublisherOceanview Publishing
LanguageEnglish
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Reviews Blood Truth

  • Paul
    1970-01-01
    I was provided this ARC compliments of NetGalley. My appreciation sent to Oceanside Publishing for making this available. An unbiased review of this narrative follows.The author, in his usual style, charged forward, full speed ahead in this fourth installment of the Rick Cahill series. The narrative of this unfortunate, sad sack's self-destructive life continued to spiral downward with non-stop action. The protagonist continued to insert himself ...
  • Lena♥Ribka
    1970-01-01
    What I really like in the Rick Cahill Series , is a perfect pace of the plot. The author knows EXACTLY how to keep your attention: melancholic quite parts alternate with pure actions at a dizzying speed. It is why I recommend you not to start this book late in the evening if you have a list to do on the next early morning – there is a high risk that you'll stay awake and read the whole night through.And what I REALLY love is of course – the m...
  • Karen Turner
    1970-01-01
    Definately a must read. Received the book as an arc from netgalley for an honest review. Trying to solve a cold case is not an easy task.
  • Maddie Margarita
    1970-01-01
    BLOOD TRUTH is hard boiled California noir served over easy. Author Matt Coyle saddles disgraced ex-cop turned P.I. Rick Cahill with more than enough tragedy to sustain him through brief moments of joy (okay a Yeats rip-off here.) Unintentionally heroic and emotionally stunted –especially when it comes to relationships – Rick struggles under the weight of his failures and those of his father before him. So, when evidence surfaces that makes h...
  • Joyce
    1970-01-01
    4 starsOur story opens with Rick going to his old home where he lived with his now deceased father. The current owner is remodeling and found a safe under the floor. He wants Rick to have it.He then gets a call from a former girlfriend Kim who is now married. She wants him to follow her husband Jeffrey to ascertain if he is cheating on her. Reluctantly, Rick takes the case. In no time at all Rick and Moria his sometimes assistant track the man to...
  • Nancy
    1970-01-01
    Read on Netgalley. Rick Cahill PI receives a call from a man who has torn down the house where Rick grew up and found a safe in the wall. Rick goes to pick it up and has an old .25 pistol and $15,000 in hundred dollar bills. There is a safe deposit box key also and so the mystery begins. All of this has something to do with his dad's leaving the La Joya PD 28 years ago and a still unsolved murder from that time. About the same time he is hired by...
  • 3 no 7
    1970-01-01
    “Blood Truth” by Matt Coyle is part of the Rick Cahill series, but it is not necessary to have read the previous books to absolutely love this one. Any background information a new reader might need is included as part of the narrative without spending pages and pages unnecessarily rehashing the previous books. Rick Cahill is a former police officer turned PI who is haunted by his past. Coyle takes us inside Rick Cahill’s head as he tries t...
  • J.D. Dehart
    1970-01-01
    Author Matt Coyle knows how to write suspense well. At its center, this book is the story of a father and son, but it's also a mystery that takes many of the classic elements associated with this genre and transports them to a contemporary place.What worked best for me about Blood Truth is Coyle's use of first-person to build the tension in the story. We get to know this character (Rick Cahill) very well, and we get to know precisely what he is t...
  • Jean Jenkins
    1970-01-01
    Rick Cahill, PI, is a man on a precipice, held there by the past, reluctant to meet his future, a man resigned to living day-by-day but champing at the bit to be free of ugly rumors and a dark past. Once again, trouble lands in Cahill's lap. A cop from his old PD is the latest victim. Suicide, say the cops. No way, says his sexy widow. Cahill is hired to prove or disprove--and he'll do almost anything for a pretty lady. Author Matt Coyle's writin...
  • Jay Williams
    1970-01-01
    Rick Cahill's on-going struggles with the La Jolla Police Department, his ex-wife, his former girlfriend and a PI colleague add sparkles of interest to a case that begins with a simple request to check up on his former girlfriend's husband and grows to a conflagration of murders, bribes, treachery, and elements of Rick's father's past problems. The style of writing is clear and follows a distinct timeline. The characters are unique and developed ...
  • Edie
    1970-01-01
    i read this after requesting from NetGalley.. it was a ARC. .The book was a great read...i enjoyed the characters, the plot and the scene. there were a few typos I noticed, but really insignificant.... apparently this ia number four, in a series about PI Rick Cahill, but in all honesty, a new reader to the series could pick this book up and br able to follow and enjoy it right away!
  • Laura
    1970-01-01
    How have I missed Matt Coyle??? Blood Truth was a fantastic read, full of crime and investigative twists and turns and for a newbie to the Rick Cahill saga, fully followable. Looks like I have a new author to get well and truly stuck into, I could not be happier!This was a Netgalley ARC copy but the review is all MINE!
  • Diane Plant
    1970-01-01
    Thanks to the publisher for the chance to read and review this book.An excellent book. Just where do these authors go to find the plots they put into their stories. This one led me from the past and running along with the now and back and forward and not losing me along the way. Very entertaining and readable.
  • Jud Hanson
    1970-01-01
    La Jolla PI Rick Cahill makes his living mainly by investigating adultery cases, until one day he gets a call from workers at his former home. It seems they’ve discovered a safe behind a hidden panel in a closet that belonged to his now-deceased father. Cahill has to have the safe opened by a pro. Inside is a key to a safe deposit box. When he finally manages to view the contents of the safe deposit box, he is shocked. He finds a Saturday Night...
  • Grace Koshida
    1970-01-01
    La Jolla PI Rick Cahill gets a call from workers at his former home where they have found a hidden safe that belonged to his deceased father. Cahill gets the safe opened and is shocked to find a gun $15,000 in cash and a safety deposit key. A visit to the bank further heightens the mystery with an envelope containing two spent gunshell casings. Cahill’s father Charlie had been kicked off the La Jolla police force 27 years ago and then spiralled...
  • Melissa
    1970-01-01
    “Blood Truth” by Matt Coyle is part of the Rick Cahill series but I don't feel like the other books in the series are a requirement before you read this one. This was my first book by Matt Coyle and I didn't feel like I missed any of the backstory by reading it out of order.The first person narration of Rick Cahill allows the reader to see his thought processes and become intimately acquainted with his emotions. The twist and turns of the plo...
  • D.J. Adamson
    1970-01-01
    Book 4 of the Rick Cahill series finds the hard-boiled PI coming to turn with his father’s truth. While this story is a deep look into his protagonist’s emotional depth, Coyle does not disappoint those readers wanting a tough, intriguing plot. In fact, Cahill’s father’s history comes back to bite Cahill—so he thinks, only to find that we are never far from those who brought us into the world. Not sure what that means? Read Blood Truth i...
  • Frank
    1970-01-01
    Another page turner from Matt Coyle with his wonderful protagonist, Rick Cahill. If you haven't read Matt before, this is a great place to start. Set in California with very entertaining characters and fast paced. You will be pulled in and want to backtrack to the first in the series, Yesterday's Echo.Matt is being recognized for his title with prestigious rewards and gathering a huge fan base.