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a superb legal thriller that manages three final twists ...The labyrinthine workings of LA law, bribery and the machinations of the FBI all play a part in a scenario that soon has Mickey in fear of his life. The first line of The Brass Verdict is 'everybody lies', so there are plenty of surprises. And, of course, as a writer of fiction, Connelly proves to be a brilliant liar. (Mark Sanderson EVENING STANDARD)
While the themes of Connelly's LA crime novels are familiar (power, envy, corruption), his plotting is anything but. (ESQUIRE)
If you're a Connelly fan you'll love this. Detective Hieronymus Bosch meets Lincoln Lawyer Mickey Haller. The clever plot kicks off when hard-up Haller gets a boost by inheriting his old mates clients. It's all going great until Bosch decides the killer is one of Mickey's wealthy new clients. Bah! A great ending from a great writer who hasn't disappointed in his previous 19 books. (DAILY SPORT)
One of Connelly's best ever books, this is an excellently plotted courtroom drama combined with a tense thriller (MORNING STAR)
a clever plot, full of twists, to make a first-rate legal thriller. (Susanna Yager SUNDAY TELEGRAPH)
Good to see that Michael Connelly, probably the best American crime writer of his generation, still knows how to raise his game. (Henry Sutton THE MIRROR)
Mickey's back in this equally accomplished sequel ... the interplay between Haller and Bosch is as sparky as one could wish for ... So who will [Connelly] feature in his next book: Haller or Bosch? Or both? Who cares if the writing is as energetic as it is here. (Barry Forshaw DAILY EXPRESS)
a riveting ride through the LA courthouse system. (TIME OUT)
a courtroom drama with only one verdict: Connelly + Bosch + Haller = genius. (DAILY RECORD)
'Connelly has proved himself the king of US police procedurals, and now his legal books are the equal of John Grisham's.' (Mark Timlin INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY)
Michael Connelly bring together two of his best-known characters, Mickey Haller and Harry Bosch, in a novel that can't be put down. ... It's a masterstroke to unite them, and Connelly cements his reputation as a master storyteller with a plot that keeps the reader engaged from start to finish. (IRISH EXAMINER)
Nothing makes my heart beat faster than a new crime novel from one of my A-list of what I call Old Dependables. These are the select band of writers who you just know are going to deliver every time. One such is Michael Connelly. (Carla McKay DAILY MAIL)
I love detective novels and Connelly never fails to deliver. (Rankin (photographer) THE INDEPENDENT) --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
A compelling courtroom drama that proves no one does it better than Connelly.See all Product Description
Michael Haller is back! And this time he is joined by Harry Bosch!
A colleague of Haller's is murdered and he 'inherits' the dead lawyer's cases. Read more
Very enjoyable. Liked the book a d will be reading more Micky Haller/Bosch books!Published 16 days ago by sarah matthews
Not as intricately plotted as the Harry Bosch novels but still eminently readable, or in this case listenable. Read morePublished 17 days ago by sebquest
Good. Bosch enters a new relationship which predictably, he wrecks. The story of the crime has a gruesome, but imaginative twist at the end.Published 1 month ago by John Hope