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  • Author:
    Scott Brick,Michael Koryta
  • ISBN:
    1441758402
  • ISBN13:
    978-1441758408
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    Blackstone Audio, Inc.; Unabridged edition (November 20, 2010)
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    Mystery
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Sorrow's Anthem book. by. Michael Koryta (Goodreads Author), Scott Brick. Michael Koryta continues to deliver with this Lincoln Perry mystery

Sorrow's Anthem book. Michael Koryta continues to deliver with this Lincoln Perry mystery. Equally at home in supernatural thrillers, this series is pure noir, set in Cleveland and would make Dashell Hammett proud with the two gumshoes and Dennis Lehane proud with the slimeball villains. Koryta uses this second novel of the series to delve more into Perry's past particularly as it relates to his old neighborhood and why he moved away.

Michael Koryta (Author), Scott Brick (Narrator), Inc. Blackstone Audio (Publisher). I enjoyed this story even more than the first book in the Lincoln Perry detective trilogy, which was also Michael Koryta's first published novel. Get this audiobook plus a second, free. Get 2 Free Audible books + 2 Originals. 2 Free audiobooks + 2 Free Audible Originals to get you started. I've read all his later books, and can't wait for his new release.

Book 2 of 4 in Lincoln Perry (4 Book Series). Koryta's impressive second hard-boiled mystery is a worthy successor to his debut, Tonight I Said Goodbye (2004), an Edgar and Shamus finalist. Cleveland PI Lincoln Perry, haunted by the circumstances that led to his estrangement from his best friend, Ed Gradduk, clutches at an opportunity for redemption on learning that Gradduk is a fugitive from the law, suspected of arson and murder. Perry's hopes of repairing their relationship are dashed after his childhood confidant dies in an accident.

It gave him an off-balance look, as if hishead were always tilted. His chest was broad but his shoulders weresmall, pointed knobs of bone

It gave him an off-balance look, as if hishead were always tilted. His chest was broad but his shoulders weresmall, pointed knobs of bone. d over a door, all broad and flat withthose pointy shoulders at either en. hen he stepped into his narrow office in the Cleveland FireDepartment headquarters on Superior Avenue at eight that morning to find me sitting behind his desk and Joe studying a framedphotograph on the wall, he handled it well.

Private Investigator Lincoln Perry's childhood best friend is on the run . Koryta's Private Eye lead Lincoln Perry is a character is unique in his own ways

Private Investigator Lincoln Perry's childhood best friend is on the run, wanted by the police for arson and murder. Lincoln hasn't seen Ed Gradduk in ten years, not since his friend got involved with a drug dealer and suspected murderer. When Ed is killed in a confrontation with the Cleveland police, they're happy to close the case. Koryta's Private Eye lead Lincoln Perry is a character is unique in his own ways. I liked it better than the first book in the series - it has a better (more believable) plot, no weird attempt at romance, no female characters so there were none there to be objectified.

Lincoln Perry - 2 ). Michael Koryta. 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. From Publishers Weekly. 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.

Koryta’s impressive second hard-boiled mystery is a worthy successor to his debut, Tonight I Said Goodbye (2004), an Edgar and Shamus finalist

Koryta’s impressive second hard-boiled mystery is a worthy successor to his debut, Tonight I Said Goodbye (2004), an Edgar and Shamus finalist. Perry’s hopes of repairing their relationship are dashed after his childhood confidant dies in an accident. As a result, Perry shifts his mission to clearing the dead man’s name

Koryta's second mystery about Cleveland private eye Lincoln Perry has this kind of hold on m. .

Koryta's second mystery about Cleveland private eye Lincoln Perry has this kind of hold on m.

Cleveland PI Lincoln Perry, haunted by the circumstances that led to his .

Cleveland PI Lincoln Perry, haunted by the circumstances that led to his estrangement from his best friend, Ed Gradduk, clutches at an opportunity for redemption on learning that Gradduk is a fugitive from the law, suspected of arson and murder. Perry, who is still plagued by guilt for once arresting Gradduk on a drug charge, is determined to get to the truth. Inspired by Hammett and Chandler, the 22-year-old Koryta (Tonight I Said Goodbye, 2004) displays the maturity of a writer with several novels under his belt, and his plot percolates with crisp dialogue that might impress Chandler himself.

Narrated by Scott Brick. series The Lincoln Perry Mysteries You have this audiobook. Sorrow’s Anthem is marked by a sure-handed exploration of both character and its relationship to crime. It more than delivers on the promise of Tonight I Said Goodbye: it establishes Michael Koryta as the top young mystery writer in America today.

Sorrow's Anthem is marked by a sure-handed exploration of both character and its relationship to crime. It more than delivers on the promise of Tonight I Said Goodbye. It establishes Michael Koryta as the top young mystery writer in America today. In the beginning, it was just about the money. Then things got personal. This is the story that Ed Gradduk tells his best friend, private investigator Lincoln Perry. Ed is on the run, hiding from the police who are looking to arrest him for arson and murder. When Gradduk is killed in a brutal confrontation with the Cleveland police, Perry is shaken. How could this have happened to his friend? With his trademark grit and determination, Perry sets out to understand the forces that brought down Ed Gradduk.

Malojurus
I enjoyed this story even more than the first book in the Lincoln Perry detective trilogy, which was also Michael Koryta's first published novel. I ordered books three and four in the series and look forward to reading them. I've read all his later books, and can't wait for his new release. Koryta has become an auto-buy author for me. High recommended.
Purestone
"All you need to know is I went cop and he went con. Worlds collided." So says PI Lincoln Perry about himself and childhood best buddy, Ed Gradduck. Now, Gradduck's dead. Perry feels guilty, and he and partner, Joe Pritchard, labor to untangle a complicated series of crimes stretching back twenty years.

As in TONIGHT I SAID GOODBYE, Koryta's prose is elegant in its simplicity and the dialogue hums. The characters continue techni-colorful. The story, despite its density, holds together very neatly.

All in all, it's a better book than TONIGHT I SAID GOODBYE. A must read for Koryta fans--indeed for any devotee of crime genre fiction.
Mavegelv
After reading Koryta's first book, I was wondering if this kid was a one-hit wonder, or if he might be at the beginning of a truly great writing career. Well, it looks like it's the latter. Within the first few pages, the reader is given an obviously guilty character (there's a video, for goodness sake!), and unbelievably the protagonist is convinced of his innocence. And it gets more complicated from there. The book is emotionally evocative, the reader really cares. Even the title--"Sorrow's Anthem", which was what the main character's father called the sound of ambulance and police sirens, is moving. Very readable, very satisfying. Comparable to Pelecanos, Coben, Childs, already; this guy is on his way.
Vareyma
I discovered Michael Koryta when I found one of his books at the library, "THE PROPHET". Although the Prophet was a bit more of a mystery/horror theme, I did like his writing style.
This book is much more of a straight mystery genre, and his style, prose and dialog are first rate.
I highly recommend this book to readers of Dennis Lehane and others, as the writing is crisp, the characters extremely well developed and the twists and turns leave you wanting more.
Jaberini
I love this series only on book 3 but I can’t put it down! Michael koryta never disappoints.
DrayLOVE
Koryto has a gift for painting a picture that makes you squirm and feel uncomfortable, but still want yo keep reading. There is something about the quality of his takes that's different and I can't put my finger on it. I didn't like the first Lincoln Pet as much as this one though. The characters are developing.
Lcena
I love this series! Read the first book a couple days ago. Just finished the second. Downloaded the third already. I love Lincoln, Joe and Amy, the three reoccurring characters. I love the character development of the good and the bad guys. And I love the plot twists. Thanks to Alafair Burke, I found this author.
An intriguing story as usual from Michael Koryta. I would personally like to see a few less character written to each of his book. With this many players it is almost impossible to keep track.