Ditto on the "Don't bother" & "Disappointed" reviews. Got through the 1st book and part of the 2nd, then I finally had to stop listening-- just way too implausible. Save your time and look for something else.
This may have been a best-seller in its analog form but that just goes to show how low-brow popular taste can be. It's an okay thriller, Michael Connelly is an decent writer, but don't go here looking for anything substantial.
I was very disappointed with this mystery when you compare it to other Connelly mysteries. The things an "intelligent" person did were ridiculous and far fetched. Very unbelievable plot. I found myself thinking, "why would someone be so dumb to do that!
“I love all genres of books, however when I listen to audio books as I clean, garden, drive they are better with a lot of heat!
I love this book it holds your attention from the first few minutes to the final scene. It is a bit different from Michael Connelly's books. However, the characters are fully developed and identifiable. If you like people oriented mysteries, this is a good listen.
For any Connelly fan, this book is a great break from Harry Bosch. Not a hard boiled detective book but a great thriller for anyone with a more than a few neurons flashing. It is a great listen and better than any James Patterson trash ever.
Interesting novel. You have to wonder what a high tech CEO is doing chasing a recycled telephone number for a call girl. The reading is very good. Just a enjoyable, not to deep, mystery.
yes, but on the basis of other works .
The main characters actions just lack credibility. Definitely the worst Michael Connelly book I have bought.
Pierce is an idiot. He was an easy sucker and the eventual satisfactory outcome is totally unbelievable. I love Michael's books and this was so out of his genre that I was totally disappointed. It is hard to believe that Connelly wrote it.
Not sure what to say about this book. Probably my least favorite of Michael Connelly. Just not a believable story.
If I hadn't paid for this book, I would never finished it. The "hero" made so many dumb mistakes that it became very tiresome. This is the first Michael Connelly book that I didn't care for.