When a physicist is murdered in LA it seems the killer has no fear of publicity, leaving the body on The Mulholland overlook, a site with a stunning view over the city. And when it's discovered that the victim turned over a quantity of a lethal chemical to his killer before he died, Harry knows he has more than just a single death to worry about. Alongside the forces of Homeland Security, Harry realises he must solve the murder or face unimaginable consequences.
©2007 Hieronymous, Inc (P)2007 Hachette Audio
Not my favourite Bosh also I found the narration really annoying this time. It's something in the deadpan delivery and how he ends phrases disconnects me from the story
I adore connelly's books and want them read aloud clearly, if I wanted music I wouldn't buy a book. Please stop this growing trend of "atmospheric" music on audio books - it is simply annoying.
Len Cariou's readings of the Bosch novels are superb. I've bought several just for this. Handles dialogue immaculately, especially humour. Keeps you listening. One of the shorter Bosch's, with a touch of "24" (the whole case is done and dusted in under a day).
I am a big Harry Bosh fan. The plots deliver and the writing is slick, but personally I find the music jolts me out of the story. You don't get blasts of sax when you're reading after all.
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