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The Brass Verdict by Michael Connelly is his twentieth book and I have read them all. This book brings together Connelly's two famous characters: Detective Harry Bosch and attorney Mickey Haller. Haller returns to the courtroom after a long absence to take on the case of a Hollywood mogul accused of murder. The mogul's first attorney turns up dead, and Haller is assigned to the case. But it gets a bit sticky when it looks like the killer is now after Haller, and Det. Bosch shows up to "protect" Haller, even if it means botching up his case. I've never read any of Connelly's books before, and I'm not normally a fan of this type of fiction, but Connelly sucked me in from the first page with his masterful dialogue and action scenes. Haller is a compelling character full of hard-won wisdom and surrounded by intriguing characters. Bosch is a bit of a jerk, to say the least, but I couldn't help liking him as well. Connelly creates terrific scenes with tightly plotted suspense.
5 of 6 people found this review helpful
This is my second book by this author and im loving it! Suspense, plot twists - listen on my way to work, makes it so much more exciting!
A longtime fan of Harry Bosch, I only discovered Mickey Haller a month or so ago. Since then I've listened to three. A strong storyline, reinforced by an excellent performance from Peter Giles, although he needs to work on his English accent! Love the chemistry between Bosch and Haller. Have just downloaded The Reversal.....
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
Story was good, enjoyed having both characters in it. Great narration for sure! I will be on the lookout for more books narrated by Peter Giles.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
What made the experience of listening to The Brass Verdict the most enjoyable?
The narrator was great and along with the story really drew me into the book. Looking forward to listening to the next one in the series.
Not that thrilled, next chapter in Mick's life but not as good as Lincoln laywer