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Publisher's Summary

Six months ago Harry Bosch left the LAPD before they could fire him and then hired maverick defense attorney Mickey Haller to sue the department for forcing him out. Although it wasn't the way he wanted to go, Harry has to admit that being out of the game has its benefits.

Until Mickey asks him to help on one of his cases, and suddenly Harry is back where he belongs, right in the centre of a particularly puzzling murder mystery.

The difference is this time Harry is working for the defense, aiming to prevent the accused, Leland Foster, from being convicted. And not only does the prosecution seem to have a cast-iron case, but having crossed over to 'the dark side', as his former colleagues would put it, Harry is in danger of betraying the very principles he's lived by his whole career.

Read by the star of Bosch, Titus Welliver.

©2015 Hieronymous, Inc (P)2015 Hachette Audio

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Hard to beat

I'm a convinced Michael Connelly fan. this did not disappoint. Reliably exciting and entertaining

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Another Gripping Story

What made the experience of listening to The Crossing the most enjoyable?

In addition to the gripping story, the development of the relationships between Bosch and Haller ans Bosch and his daughter.

Did the narration match the pace of the story?

I did not like the narrator. He used the same voice for all the characters. Once or twice I thought Haller was speaking when it was Bosch and vice versa.

Any additional comments?

It was good to have both Bosch and Haller together in one novel.

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Very good

Overall a very good literary experience, both plot, drama and of course reading by Titus.

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Very disapointing

What disappointed you about The Crossing?

I have listened to or read everything that Michael has written. This is probably his lowest moment. The plot is extremely improbable and at the same time predictable because it follows the old rogue cop plot that has been used so many times before.<br/>This is so bad that I have difficulty in believing that Michael wrote this

What do you think your next listen will be?

The new John Grisham

Which character – as performed by Titus Welliver – was your favorite?

Probably Haller

Any additional comments?

I will continue to listen to Michael Connelly because he is such a great story teller. I just hope he can recover from this sad effort.

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  • Claire D.
  • 11-02-16

Best narrator I've heard

Really enjoyed this book, but the narrator is what really makes it. He brings the character to life

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  • yew
  • 10-08-16

Connolly and Welliver - a brilliant combination.

Titus Welliver's performances in TV's Bosch series perfectly reflects the character in the books and was without flaw. His reading of this book is superb, far superior to any narrators of previous Bosch audiobooks. The storyline is as good as ever, Connolly never fails to come up with the goods. Here's hoping this is the first of many collaborations.

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  • daisy
  • 01-18-17

Best so far

Excellent book. Gripping. Listening to Titus narrate is like chocolate on my taste buds.

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  • 12-18-16

Worth a listen to

This is s decent crime thriller my only criticism is that it was often difficult to distinguish between the characters as the narrators tone remained largely the same no matter who was speaking to who.

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  • Roger
  • 12-09-16

Up to the mark

Really enjoyed this Connelly book. Bosch and Haller working together draws out their differences and adds just one more level of conflict. Great performance by Titus Welliver caps a very good plot.

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  • SimonJay
  • 11-16-16

Good, but not the best Bosch/Haller

As usual, Connelly is strong on procedure, and the story grips. I like the interplay between Bosch and Haller. Superb performance by Titus Welliver, who will always be Bosch in my mind now after the excellent Amazon series. Where this falls down for me is on the motivation of the rogue cops. A bit too dastardly. But don't let that stop you....

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  • Michael K.
  • 10-30-16

Really good writing

This is the third Michael Connelly book that I have listened to, and I am well and truly hooked. Excellent.

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  • Lareine
  • 10-27-16

Enjoyable

Another well written book by Michael Connelly. I like the connection between Bosch and Haller and enjoyed the twists in the story, and how they all came together in the end.

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  • 10-11-16

Another great story from Michael

Compelling story which moved along in a logical direction with some interesting twists and turns. Great performance by Titus

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  • Mc Pits
  • 09-27-16

Great story, keeps you guessing

Bosch is his usual self, very thorough with his investigation. Good to see him working without his LAPD badge, he has to improvise to get people to talk to him. Story needs more of Mikey Haller though.

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  • Clare Woodford-Robinson
  • 06-27-16

A good story read by a fantastic Narrator

I liked the story and reasonably average complexity. I wouldn't call it a cliff hanger but it was intriguing and enjoyable enough to want to keep listening. I was even more impressed by the narrator, who could jump from one character to another with ease. The characters sounded like truly different people, yet it was all the one narrator. The only thing I found slightly annoying at times was the gravely voice got a little bit too gravely (almost that forced 'vocal fry' sound). However that's more my personal view. As maybe a gravely voice is well suited for a crime novel.

That said I will be definitely be looking for this Narrator, Titus Welliver again, he was awesome!

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  • Lachlan
  • 01-20-16

Wow!

Highly complex plot which unravelled brilliantly. I'm going back for more MC audible books. Ya

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  • Philip Moore
  • 12-22-15

Grey haired Bosch working for the dark side!

Loved it. With a teenage grandaughter and grandson myself I thought the author had nailed Maddie 's characterisation. Realistic court room scenes. Upto date references such as Bosch ' s use of Uber which has just been legalized in my part of the world. Maybe a little too much glossing over the shooting incidents. Maybe unrealistic but helped by excellent drama build up and again Bosch being dragged into the 21st century use of smart phones. Great read and Tolliver nailed it!