This is a series of "short stories" not like the usual novels. Something to listen to in a limited period of time. Entertaining.
Didn't like the narrator's voice. He didn't distinguish among the characters.
As short stories it was possible.
I'm giving the story the benefit of the doubt, but I couldn't get past the first chapter due to the actor reading the book. Generally, I try to be cognizant of ageism. However, I really needed him not to slur words. In other words it sounded like he had loose dentures. I just couldn't do it.
Love a good mystery, but don't care much for pure thrillers.
I enjoyed "Suicide Run" but the other two were downers. Having already read "The Drop", the promotional filler at the end was of no interest to me.
I really liked this book, this book consist of 3 Shirt stories with Harry Bosch. I admit I love the Harry Bosch series and listening to those series of books first made this book even better.
the first story had Kiz in it and deals with a case they were on before they became partners. this story broke my heart to think of how many models this crazy man had murdered and he will never get to pay for it because he committed suicide.
in the second story Harry and Terry work together, I admit I had always wanted to know the history behind their friendship and now I do, which includes the story and case of Cielo Azul.
in the last story Bosch deals with a murder that's kinda close to home for him, since his ex wife is a professional poker player. I believe this case was before he knew Mickey was his brother, but it's still a good one. I'm not a poker player so I had to listen to the way he caught the killer twice in order to really understand it.
Michael weaves you into details that may point to multiple conclusions. He leaves you guessing what Harry is seeing .
Not a fan of the new narrator from previous stories, his voice just doesn't match. the stories left much to be desired. another disappointing listen