The Fifth Witness - Michael Connelly Reviews
Description:ISBN 1409118339 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Michael Connelly / Paperback / 592 Pages / Book is published 2011-11-10 by Orion
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Michael Connelly The Fifth Witness
Paperback Pub Date: 2011 Publisher: Orion In tough times. crime i ...
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Michael Connelly The Fifth Witness (MickeyHaller)
Pages: 448, Edition: Lrg, Hardcover, Little, Brown and Company
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by - written on 21/10/12 (Very useful, 82 readings)
I'd consider myself a fan of Connelly so when I came across this in the library, one of his I hadn't already read, I was really looking forward to it. As expected, I wasn't disappointed; a court-room thriller with twists and great characters, The Fifth Witness is one to get hooked on from start to finish. On the front of the cover is a quote from The Mirror to tempt us, telling us that Connelly is "The greatest living American crime writer". Those who are already familiar with his novels will know the usual suspects involved and how the novels are usually played out. We're introduced to Mickey Haller, the renowned defence attourney. This time he's ... Read the complete review
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