I enjoyed The Copper Bracelet as much as the Chopin Manuscript. Because each chapter was written by a top mystery writer, there were no lulls and every chapter was full of action and suspense. It seemed like each writer left a challenge for the next to pickup, and they all did a fabulous job of keeping the plot moving quickly along. It wasn't choppy and flowed beautifully from one chapter to the next. While listening, I kept thinking that there should be more books like this! I just keep coming back to that by collaborating on a book, we get every writer's "A" game. I enjoyed every minute of the Chopin Manuscript.
I Loved the story. This is not your typical generic storyline. Lots of twists and turns and mystery surrounding the characters.
The third book in the series did not disappoint. Great seat of your pants action from start to finish. I am so glad I found this series and I am looking forward to the next. This rates right up there with Vince Flynn, Brad Thorn and Mark Greaney.
Michael Connelly once again writes a great story. The characters are well done and plot is intriguing. That being said, the narration was so horrific that I almost called my doctor for a Prozac prescription to get through the depressing narration. Titus Welliver made ZERO attempt to distinguish one character from another and his delivery was so dead pan that I almost gave up. Get this one on Kindle or buy the actual book folks.
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