Void Moon - Audio Cassette - Abridged Author:Michael Connelly, Barry Bostwick (Narrator) The new thriller from the bestselling author of Angels Flight, Void Moon brings us Michael Connelly's most appealing hero yet: a woman caught up in a scam that may cost her the one thing she holds dearer than her own life. — Cassie Black is lured back to a profession she'd left behind - robbing casino gamblers of their winni... more »ngs - by a setup that looks too good to pass up. Her work goes as planned, except that the mark has too much money - so much that someone very powerful must be very angry. Cassie soon finds herself running from gunmen who somehow know her every move in advance. They also seem to be closing in on Cassie's most guarded secret, the one thing that could have caused her to return to crime - and the one thing she will do anything to protect.
Written with the fiery pace and brilliant plotting that have made bestsellers of Angels Flight and Blood Work, and featuring one of the strongest heroines to come along in years, Void Moon is Michael Connelly's most original and surprising novel yet.
Read by Barry Bostwick, Abridged, 4 cassettes, 6 hours« less
A Michael Connelly book without Harry Bosch or Terry McCaleb? Yep, and guess what? It's possibly one of his best. Here we have a 'criminal' you'll find yourself rooting for. Cassie Black has a couple of agendas driving her and it won't take long for you to decide that even if both are 'criminal' they are at least 'the lesser of two evils'. Great procedural combined with gut-wrenching emotionality.
This novel veers off the familiar path - no appearances by the typical cast members - Terry McCaleb, Rachel Walling, Mickey Haller or Harry Bosch. And it's not about law enforcement or really even a detective mystery. Instead it's a thriller focused on a good bad guy and a bad bad guy.
As the plot moves forward in time, the reader is left with numerous gaps in the storytelling - those mysteries develop and get historical details filled in later in the story.
Although this is not a Bosch novel, it's still an exciting, yet introspective thriller. I have to warn you--if you're a mom, you'll bawl through the ending. Also, like Connelly's other books you might want to avoid it if you are very sensitive to violence and bad language