The author of this book wrote it with an interest in history, not in mythology. He stated and correctly so, it was not clear that RFK would have even won the nomination had he survived. While the book was tedious at times, so was RFK's life. The author did an excellent job in giving us a real life view of what RFK was like, pointing out his failings as well as his successes.
This is my favorite of all the Stainless Steel Rat Series. I first read the book sometime back and now enjoy listening to it on Audible.
This of course is the first book that The Rat is on his own entirely. We see that the lessons he learned from The Bishop seem to have stuck and he seems on his way to a glorious career in crime.
I enjoy listening to Phil when he narrates.
I never listen to any audio book in one sitting.
Garth even with all of his soldiers and weapons never stood a chance against The Rat. As we will see later in the series, non of the truly bad guys have any shot.
Bosch has become one of my favorite detectives. As with a lot of Connelly's stories an excellent work of suspense.
Another well done book Michael Connelly, this time involving the legal game. There were a lot of twists and turns in the book which kept the listener/reader on edge until the very end.
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