The Reversal - Michael Connelly Reviews
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by - written on 15/10/11 (Very useful, 47 readings)
I'd consider myself a Connelly fan and so I was really looking forward to reading this. I love the Bosch character and storylines, and although this in a Mickey Haller novel, it blends a perfect mix of legality, crime and investigation. The front cover tells us that this is 'From the author of The Lincoln Lawyer', along with the tagline : 'Can a man be convicted on the same crime twice? Mickey Haller is about to find out'. It doesn't really matter if you haven't read a Connelly book before or are unfamiliar with Haller as Connelly brings the characters and plot to life here without any background knowledge being needed. Having said that, it's a bonus if you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/04/11, updated on 05/04/11 (Very useful, 30 readings)
This is another book in the series of stories featuring Hieronymous (Harry) Bosch, an LAPD detective. In this story, the main character we follow is Bosch's half-brother Mickey Haller, a defence attorney who customarily works out of his Lincoln town car more than an office. The District Attorney comes to Haller with a surprising proposal that he prosecutes a case for them. A man, Jason Jessup, who was convicted of a child-murder more than twenty years ago has been released following an appeal on DNA evidence. The DA wants Haller to prosecute him again for the same crime. He picks Haller as a lawyer who is obviously independent from the DA's ... Read the complete review
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