I have enjoyed all of the Elvis Cole/Joe Pike books by Robert Crais. He is a great storyteller but his narration leaves much to be desired. After becoming engrossed in the story line this amateur narration became less annoying. This is a great story with typical Joe Pike brevity, He incorporates characters you know with interesting new characters. I would highly recommend this book to anyone that enjoys a fast paced, well written story.
I've read or listened to all of Michael Connelly's books. I liked the interaction between Haller and Bosch and I liked having both a crimminal investigation and a courtroom procedural narrative in one book. The characters where well developed and the story was very interesting. I agree with some of the other reviews in that the end was a bit flat as if the author just ran out of steam or was nearing a deadline. I did like the open ending however. Sometimes it's too easy to have all of the storylines neatly wrapped up and I enjoyed the ambiguity of the ending. All in all a good listen that kept me interested throughout!
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