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The plot reads like a winding road...,
This review is from: The Poet (Paperback)
constantly changing direction of thought for both the hero of the novel and the reader. It is one of those books that gets you inside the head of the main character and really care what happens to both himself and his colleagues as well as giving you a desperate urge to join him in catching the baddie.
Connelly is very similar, and in my view, an equal writer to Kellerman. His plots thicken and make their way to almost unbelievable endings.
The poet is right up there with his best works. However, I still rate 'concrete blonde' as his finest piece. If you have never read Connelly, I suggest you start right now.
Incidentally, this book even has a sequel with a real twist at the end!