The trial dialogue was the most memorable. The Prosecuting Attorney did a superb job of trying to nail Harry.
Harry's vulnerability really comes through, particularly in regards to Sylvia. The listener can really feel his pain through Hill's voice.
Serial Killer Killed by Cop. Did He Get the Right Guy?
The courtroom dialogue is some of the best I've ever heard. Dick Hill convincingly portrayed all the players.
I was entertained by the unexpected twists in the story line
the unexpected climax to the story
It was clear and realistic
juar kept me entertained.
I haven't read this book in the print version, but I like the audio versions of all the Bosch books to which I have listened.
Bosch and his partner, Jerry Edger, are both good in this book. The author plays them off one another very well and reminds the reader that many LA cops had to have a second source of income to cover the California cost of living.
I like Hill. This book compares favorably to others by him.
The "Dollmaker" ain't dead yet.
Worth the price (or credit) and provides the listener with background on one of Bosch's big cases (the Dollmaker) and his relationship with Irvin Irving/IAD. This background is useful when reading subsequent books in the line.
More interesting, but with less explict sections
The Lock Artist
Very good reader, one of the best.
over all . Way to grimm.
first book that I felt deserved a thumbs downCould not finish.Connelly, however, is one of my favorite authers and remains so.
No indepth character interaction like in later novels. Boring lengthy court scenes. Harry's girlfriend was rather blah.
The narrator did not sound anything like Dick Hill. Too much breathing and wet mouth sounds distracted me from the story.
Yes, I have loved all the Bosch series that I have read or heard!
Love the series and how it flows from book to book!
He captures the characters and I do not feel like I am being read to, I feel like I am listening to a story and can see it in my mind from the narrative....
Entertaining, crafty, suspenseful
Harry is always second guessing the bad guys - and most of the time he surprises the readding audience
Harry and Sylvia, his girlfriend. He did the female as well as the male.
Keep you guessing
I'm a Harry fan - 'nuff said.
The book had many memorable moments.
Dick Hill did a great job.
Keep them coming.
I'm becoming addicted to this series! Another great book that keeps my attention and looking forward to hearing more!