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A Darkness More Than Night by Michael Connelly
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Jul 23, 11

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This book from Michael Connelly brings together Harry Bosch and Terry McCaleb in an effort to solve a case involving a possible serial killer. (Thrown in for good measure, in a bit part, is Jack McEvoy from The Poet.) All in all, the story is OK, but Connelly tries too hard, with the whole "is it a serial killer, or not" story line. Could have used some judicious editing to tighten the story-line. In the end I wouldn't recommend intentionally skipping this book - if you are a fan of Connelly's writing, and either Bosch or McCaleb, then you will not be disappointed, only less thrilled than you deserve.

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