Michael Connelly writes a wonderful novel. I believe I've read 11 of his 18 books. The Brass verdict is high on my favorites list but is spoiled in parts because the narrator, Peter Giles apparently forgets who is speaking and there is very little differentiation in his voice to give clues. Maybe it's the director's fault. Still is a great listen for mystery and courtroom fans.
I really did'nt need to get inside Alan Alda's head but that's where you'll be during and after listening to this book.
You'll also be treated to a visit inside his famous father's head and his certifiably crazy mothers head. You'll also be treated to Alda's frequent nightmares.
If you're after hollywood dirt Alda casually reels off a list of the actresses he has kissed but it's done perfunctorily and without further comment. He also tosses of one quick anecdote relating to each of his co-stars for 11 years on MASH.
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