Wracked with guilt over the fact that he's alive because another human being was killed, McCaleb embarks on a private investigation of his donor's murder - a crime as horrific as anything he ever encountered as a serial killer investigator for the FBI.
©2004 Michael Connelly; (P)2004 Brilliance Audio
Yes I would. This book is awesome.the writer is amazing. . I just don't have any other words. You will not be disappointed at this book.
I liked when Terry was putting everything together and when he and graciella fell for each other..
The changes in his voice for the different characters.
Yes.. and I almost did..
I saw the series of books and how they all fall. I can't wait to move on to the next book.
The plot of this book kept me interested, though character development was somewhat lacking. The toothpick-chewing homicide cop was a cliche. The wrap-up regarding a few seconds that led to the killer was a bit hard to follow until the resolution.
I have to say that if I were the bereaved sister, I would probably have found this guy's overtures to the kid, along with the insistence that they should stay the night when they barely knew him, a bit creepy.
So I waited for this story to get interesting and become a thriller and it just didn't happen....I listened to like 17 out of 47 chapters and finally got tired of waiting. Maybe it becomes a thriller after that...but I got tired of waiting and stopped listening.
yes, good feeling story, that ends happily, and I fell in love with the main character.
love the scenes between him and his neighbor
yes I have, just as good as always!
it made me do both, but I don't think these were extreme
I liked this much better than the movie, because you get more of an "inside" to the story, and I always love Michael Connelly's stories
McCalab, a former type A personality agent who has since retired and is working one last case out of a sense of obligation.
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