Another solid entry in the Harry Bosch series. Love the writing, the setting and the characters. Interesting story line grabs you from the first page and never lets go. I'm on to the next in the series. Highly recommend.
Read the first 3 in this series now. .. ..great stories, this one was a little Perry Mason with some court room drama, but writin well and went ok. Bosch is a great character, witk almost an over the top personality. so 4.8 stars rating.
Another good Harry Bosch story
Like all Bosch stories, multiple twists and turns.
I am reading right now, but I can give a review because this is the second reading of this book for me. I read it 20 years ago,and it is typical Michael Connelly. Fast paced and hard to put down. Harry Bosch is my favorite book character, I can't get enough of him. I am always waiting for the next Bosch book from Connelly. I wanted my sister to start on a Michael Connelly journey so I actually got this one for her, but decided to read it again before I sent it to her...If you read this book you will not be disappointed.
Another excellent and exciting read in the Harry Bosch series! Well written - fast paced - interesting characters - twists and turns...!
Good book. I'm beginning to think Michael Connelly doesn't write anything BUT good books. This is another investigative/murder who-done-it type book where Harry Bosch is the man to call when you want to get things stirred up and see things start to happen. Harry may not have have the answers but he's stubborn and he'll stick to a case until he figures it out.
very good story. interesting twists and turns.
This review is for the abridged audio cassette version.
There are quite a few reviews lauding the main character, Harry Bosch, and in my opinion he's a keeper (though his lady-friend seems a bit whiny).
This particular abridged version of the book is entertaining and satisfying, overall. The book has been abridged down to approximately 3 hours. I don't know if it's the publisher (Nova Audiobooks) or just the act of such heavy abridgement, but there are jumps and gaps that leave the listener (me) wondering, "How did he come to that conclusion?"
I think those jumps and gaps are to be expected, and the full-length version will (I assume) fill in the holes. This version is just fine, though.