[PDF] Let the Devil Out Maureen Coughlin #4 by Bill Loehfelm


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Let the Devil Out Maureen Coughlin #4

A ruthless anti government militia group the Watchmen Brigade Nobody in the NOPD wants any part of working with them Guess which suspended rookie is told she doesn’t have a choiceWith the FBI and a white supremacist militia on the loose in New Orleans the city is one big powder keg Find out what happens when a brilliant but impulsive young cop lights a matchThe rising crime fiction star Bill Loehfe. A very detailed police procedural A bit confusing at timesMaureen remains stubbornly immature

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Meet New Orleans beat cop Maureen CoughlinThe Edgar Award winner Megan Abbott calls Coughlin “a hero with whom we will go anywhere” She’s complicated tough and naive street smart and vulnerable and way too often reckless As Let the Devil Out opens she’s in rough shape Just a rookie she’s already been suspended from the force And things are about to get worseThe FBI is in town on the trail of. This was my first experience with Maureen Coughlin New Orleans cop by day and bad ass vigilante by night She smokes too much drinks too much yet runs like a track star She finds herself right in the middle of a joint investigation with the FBI trying to track down the members of a home grown terrorist group calling themselves the Watchmen Exciting stuff and good reading if far fetched at times

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Lm knows New Orleans The streets the people Where the power lies and how it gets used and abused With Let the Devil Out Loehfelm raises the bar for sharp compelling crime fiction As The New York Times says of the fascinating Maureen Coughlin “She finds herself wrestling with ethical issues that fictional cops rarely talk about leaving that stuff to real life cops and smart guys like Bill Loehfelm”. I remember picking up the first book to feature Maureen Coughlin The Devil She Knows and kicking myself for not discovering her sooner In that book Maureen was a New York waitress that caught the attention of a psychopath to terrifying end and it changed her Take note though there is nothing soft about Maureen Coughlin She s not physically imposing but she carries with her a coiled tension a bit like a snake about to strikeAnd she bitesIt s obvious she is suffering from PTSD going into the 2nd book in the series The Devil in Her Way A Novel which finds her fresh out of the police academy and far away from home as a rookie patrol officer in the New Orleans PD She uickly bonds with her training officer Preacher Boyd and to say that Maureen is eager is putting it lightly She s ambitious to a fault and tends to run headlong into troubleNew Orleans was an inspired choice for setting because Maureen s inner turmoil matches the ongoing turmoil of the city post Katrina and a police department trying to regain the city s trustAt the start of Let the Devil Out Maureen is finishing up six weeks of paid administrative leave after the explosive conclusion of Doing the Devil s Work and she s itching to get back to work Read the full review by Kristin Centorcelli on our blog

  • Hardcover
  • 320
  • Let the Devil Out Maureen Coughlin #4
  • Bill Loehfelm
  • en
  • 02 September 2019
  • 9780374298579

About the Author: Bill Loehfelm

Praise for the Maureen Coughlin series “Not only has Loehfelm created the most compelling complex patrol cop in the genre—part take no prisoners badass part too sensitive for the street rookie—he has also re energized New Orleans as a setting for the best in crime fiction going well beyond the clichés —edgy dangerous but pulsing with life Maureen Coughlin is as good as it gets” BOOKLI



10 thoughts on “Let the Devil Out Maureen Coughlin #4

  1. says:

    Let the Devil Out is my third Maureen Coughlin novel by Bill Loehfelm I loved the first two I read The Devil in Her Way and Doing the Devil's Work both set in New Orleans I have not read the first in the series The Devil She Knows which is set in New York But for me this one fell a bit short The story follows a search for The Watchmen a heavily armed militant white militia with its sights set on taking down all manner of authori

  2. says:

    This was my first experience with Maureen Coughlin New Orleans cop by day and bad ass vigilante by night She smokes too much drinks too much yet runs like a track star She finds herself right in the middle of a joint investigation with the FBI trying to track down the members of a home grown terrorist group calling them

  3. says:

    Attended a presentation by the author at Bouchercon 2016 in New Orleans Read Let the Devil Out after that What an action packed ride Especially enjoyed the jab at the Walmart on Tchoupitoulas and its tie in with the international terrorism them

  4. says:

    A very detailed police procedural A bit confusing at timesMaureen remains stubbornly immature

  5. says:

    Rookie New Orleans Police Officer Maureen Coughlin returns LET THE DEVIL OUT by Bill Loehfelm the fourth book in the series and the third set Mr Loehfelm’s hometown A reader of the series has gotten to know Officer Coughlin as a tough passionate determined self made woman who learned the hard way that she had to take care of herself But in the course of doing so has picked up some bad habits that seem to be catching

  6. says:

    Loehfelm sets this series suarely on the shoulders of the worthy Maureen Coughlin a small “thin short pale faced redhead” driven to audacious violence by dark compulsions An ex–Staten Island waitress Coughlin is now wandering around New Orleans as a rookie cop on indefinite paid administrative leave holy—how do I sign up for that? causing mucho trouble Coughlin isn’t the kind of girl you’re going to be taking home to meet mot

  7. says:

    I remember picking up the first book to feature Maureen Coughlin The Devil She Knows and kicking myself for not discovering her sooner In that book Maureen was a New York waitress that caught the attention of a psychopath to terrifying end and it changed her Take note though there is nothing soft about Maureen Coughlin She’s not physically imposing but she carries with her a coiled tension—a bit like a snake about to strikeAnd she bi

  8. says:

    Full disclosure Bill's a friend That said these books would get 5 stars even if I'd never met the man who wrote them Maureen is a fantastically flawed character whose voice captures something significant genuine and potent about contemporary New Orleans I hope we get as many Maureen Coughlin books as we've gotten about Dave Robicheaux and Easy Rawlins That's high praise and these books have earned it

  9. says:

    The next chapter in the Maureen Coughlin's series is the best yet Many elements set up in the The Devil in Her Way and Doing the Devil's Work are resolved but in what I can now say is in Bill fashion he leaves a door open and I am excited for the next book in the seriesBill has a way of weaving in the importan

  10. says:

    This comes out on July 5 and I got an ARC but that didn't sway my opinion I jumped at the chance to read this one because I've been loving this series and Bill Loehfelm just keeps writing them better The Maureen Coughlin books aren't like a traditional police procedural hell in the first one she's not even a cop yet There aren't a lot of neatly tied loose ends in Let the Devil Out In a lot of ways it's like a literary novel in that most of

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