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Jeremiah Healy


USA flag (1948 - 2014)

aka Terry Devane

Jeremiah Healy, a graduate of Rutgers College and Harvard Law School, was a professor at the New England School of Law for eighteen years. He is the creator of the John Francis Cuddy private-investigator series and (under the pseudonym "Terry Devane") the Mairead O'Clare legal-thriller series, both set primarily in Boston.
 
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Awards
Shamus Awards Best Novel winner (1987) : The Staked Goat
Shamus Awards Best Novel nominee (1993) : Shallow Graves
Shamus Awards Best Novel nominee (1994) : Foursome
Shamus Awards Best Novel nominee (1997) : Invasion Of Privacy
Shamus Awards Best Novel nominee (1999) : The Only Good Lawyer


Jeremiah Healy recommends

Local Rules (1995)
Jay Brandon
"Jay Brandon just keeps getting better... Local Rules presents a terrifically engaging protagonist... beautifully paced... a wonderful book by a masterful author."

The Main Line Is Murder (1995)
(Ginger Barnes Main Line, book 1)
Donna Huston Murray
"Donna Huston Murray deftly weaves a troubling tale of academic politics and betrayal, and Ginger Struve Barnes is a credible, engaging protagonist. An excellent launch for a welcomed new series."

The Miracle Strip (1998)
(Sierra Lavotini, book 1)
Nancy Bartholomew
"Fans of JANET EVANOVICH should love The Miracle Strip, which has my highest recommendation."
Dead Low Tide
Dead Low Tide (1998)
(Dan Kardon Mystery, book 1)
Jamie Katz
"Chilling... A serious contender for Best First Mystery."
Dark of the Moon
Dark of the Moon (1999)
(Louis Kincaid, book 1)
P J Parrish
"Louis Kincaid is both perfect and poignant...the scenes of confrontation, from the subtle to the startling, are maginifcantly rendered. This novel is sure to be a contender for all the major mystery awards."

An Eye for Murder (2002)
(Ellie Foreman Mysteries, book 1)
Libby Fischer Hellmann
"A beautifully wrought novel."

The Last Witness (2003)
(Lou Mason, book 2)
Joel Goldman
"One of the premier crime novels of the year."


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