I've enjoyed other Connelly books, both on audible and on paper, but maybe this one one I should have read instead.
Although I think Dick Hill's narrator was probably right for this genre, it also may have made it harder for me to keep listening.
I only got to part of Chapter 8 in this book. I may go back and try again, but I just couldn't get excited about taking an "Aubible break" with this book.
great story. good narration. enjoyed the book. will continue this series. but hate that I have to come up with 30 word review
An excellent 1993 installment on the Harry Bosch series.. A detective's suicide pulls Harry into a !ayered mystery that winds around LA and the Mexican drug based drug scene
You can see exactly where Harry is and what is happening in your mind's eye. Wonderfully written. good twists to the plots.
There's not much to say about the story line: loner cop, corrupt superiors, and drug dealers. Pretty standard fare.
Now, couple that with Michael Connelly's writing abilities, some twists and turns, throw in a most excellent performance and production (especially considering this was recorded almost 20 years ago), and you have a very entertaining listen ahead of you.
While this book does stand alone, you may want to start with "The Black Echo" just to keep things in order. Both books have been solid value for my dollars.