Sorrow's Anthem by Michael Koryta
(The Lincoln Perry Mysteries)

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In the beginning it was all about money. Then things got personal.

This is the story that Ed Gradduk tells his best friend, and private investigator, Lincoln Perry. Ed is on the run, hiding from the police who intend to arrest him for arson and murder.

When Gradduk is killed in a violent confrontation with police, Perry cannot shake his friend's death and vows to understand the forces that brought him down.

With an intense exploration of both character and crime, Sorrow's Anthem establishes Michael Korya as one of the top young mystery writers in America today.

About Michael Koryta

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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.
Published April 1, 2007 by Minotaur Books. 332 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Cleveland’s Clark Avenue—where private eye Lincoln Perry, ex-con Ed Gradduk and Scott Draper, owner of his family’s bar, The Hideaway, grew up as best pals—is under fire.

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In the neighborhood where Ed and Lincoln grew up, sending your friend to jail is enough to make you an outcast, so out of guilt and embarrassment, Lincoln lost touch with Ed and failed to reconnect with him once he was released.

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