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Publisher's Summary

A young woman finds herself caught up in a scam which may cost her the one thing she values more than her life....
Cassie Black has been lured back to the criminal profession she gave up--robbing gamblers of their winnings--by a proposition that is just too good to miss. The job goes as planned except that the target has too much money. It can only mean someone very powerful is going to be very angry indeed.
Cassie finds herself on the run from a killer who seems to know her every move in advance. Worse still, he is closing in on the one thing Cassie will do anything to protect.
©2004 Hieronymous, Inc (P)2009 Hachette Audio
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By Gunnar on 07-20-15

Connelly and his Cassie Black does not disappoint

Having gone through all Harry Bosch stories in no-time, I realised I had to get my hands on more by Michael Connelly. The book is impossible to put down, and kept me going and going. A book I highly recommend.

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By Swarb on 03-14-16

Not good...

Worst Connelly I've listened to. Liked all the others, prefer the legals to the Bosch series but they're ok.
This was clumsy, repetitive and padded.
Not a single endearing character, weak story.
The over written narrative of people unlocking doors or doing any simple task was more and more annoying as the book went on.
If everyone in every scene had just 'entered' a room it would have been 5 chapters shorter.

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