Tonight I Said Goodbye

Author(s): Michael Koryta


Crusty old John Weston hires partners Lincoln Perry and Joe Pritchard to investigate both the death of his son, Wayne, and the disappearance of Wayne's wife and young daughter. Perry and Pritchard soon determine that Wayne - a PI like themselves - was doing surveillance jobs for Jeremiah Hubbard - 'Cleveland's answer to Donald Trump' - that brought him into contact with Russian mobsters. The case heats up considerably when the detectives locate a Marine buddy of Wayne's, only for him to be shot by a sniper, dying in front of them. The action quickly shifts to South Carolina, as Perry follows a lead in his search for Wayne's daughter and wife. When he finds Julie Weston, she shows him a videotape her husband made of the Russian mobsters committing a murder, and soon they're both in danger when the very same mobsters come looking for the tape.


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First novel by this author.

Michael Koryta is the youngest winner of the annual Private Eye Writers of America Best First Novel award for Tonight I Said Goodbye, which went on to earn an Edgar nomination for best first novel. He is also the author of the Lincoln Perry novels Sorrow's Anthem and A Welcome Grave, and a standalone crime novel, Envy the Night.

General Fields

  • : 9781741756302
  • : Allen & Unwin
  • : Arena
  • : 0.295
  • : July 2009
  • : 197mm X 130mm
  • : Australia
  • : books

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  • : Michael Koryta
  • : Paperback
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