The Black Ice by Michael Connelly PDF Download

The Black Ice by Michael Connelly PDF Download

By: Michael Connelly
Relase Date: 2002-01-01
Genre: Police Procedural, Mysteries & Thrillers

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“This book was captivating and rewarding to read. It made me wish for future success of Harry Bosch's future romance life. A well told suspenseful story. Good Reading and Cheers, Fenning“

“This is my first Michael Connelly book I have read, and I absolutely loved it. From beginning to end I was hooked. I would definitely recommend this book to people who love reading about law enforcement, narcotics, murders, twist and turns in the plot, with a lot of action and thrills to go with it. I also liked how Connelly used reference to actual geographic location, such as street names in the Hollywood/L.A. & Mexicali area. Makes the story feel real. This is Connellys second book to this series. The first book is named "The Black Echo." I have not had the chance to read it, but will now. The third installment is due out next month. Harry Bosch is the main character and will keep you in suspence with his never giving up attitude. He will take you on a journey to solve police cases that involve a string of murders from the streets of Hollywood to Mexicali. You have to buy the book to get all the exciting details.“

“Great read. The price didn't do it justice.“

“I enjoyed this. Characters were well written and entertaining. I burst out laughing at some parts and am still unsure whether they are supposed to be funny.“

“Character development mingles duplicity and dualities in a plot of pathos and poetic symbolism. - We are caught in a puzzle as Bosch wends through his life, his city, and twin border towns of mexico - finding "truth" that wants to hide and pieces of "good" where none exists.“

“I spent $1.99 to read a book that a I couldn't put down. Awesome!“

“The book is fine; however it's the SAME voices as used in Patriot! NO changes in voice what so ever, so it is confusing more than half way through the book as to who is who.“

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