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Another good Haller and Bosch amalgamation. Really good idea for Haller to cross over to the prosecution side. Only very slight criticism I had, and possibly due to the fact I tend to listen when walking my dog Bruno, is that occasionally the first person narrator became Bosch and because their personal curcumstances were simlar, ie single parent, daughters etc, it wasn’t always clear if Bosch or Haller. I prefer one story teller talking in third person regarding other characters.
But enjoyed the book.
Two characters Michael Connelly's developed over several titles - Mickey Haller and Harry Bosch - both sign up for what seems like an impossible prosecution. A courtroom drama and a detective story unfold, with both players living up to their illustrious pasts. As a Bosch fan, I was pleased to see old Harry back and the whole thing unfolded in a gripping way that had me on the edge of my seat. Every spare moment, I was sticking my earbuds in and catching up on the next steps in the tale. There wasn't any great last minute revelation or theatrical finale to build up to like a crescendo, but it didn't feel any less enthralling despite that. A great listen.
9 of 9 people found this review helpful
This is as always a great listen. If you liked The Lincoln lawyer, you will like this one. But you must also love/like very, very detailed court room dramas. Event hough Bosh is a big part of the story, it is a bit slow at times.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
At his searing clever best, the laconic details oriented bad cop is back and I didn’t want the book to end.
I loved the pace of this book. I couldn't wait to listen to more. The use of the music to add suspense was a little annoying and not necessary.