Client Privilege Author:Tapply, William Brady Coyne, the Boston lawyer who's admittely no Perry Mason in court and who'd rather fish for trout than settle estate or negotiate contracts, nonetheless has many clients. He serves them well, protectin gheir confidentiality and checking things out discretely. — Now Brady has a case that challenges him as none has before. When is client , t... more »he Honorable Chester Y. Popwski, summons Brady to his office on a gloomy Groundhog day, it's not to chat. Pops has a letter to show Brady, a letter from a blackmailer.
Brady meets the blackmailer at a funky bar off State Street. Later the same night the man is found murdered. Soon Brady finds himself pursued by a pari of dogged cops, a television journalist and a newspaper gossip columnist. He quickly realizes that if anybody's going to solve the murder, he had better do it himself. As he investigates, Brady gradually finds himself forced to reconsider his most basic ethical assumptions. His life, as well as his professional standing, depends on it.« less