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.
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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