"....few things leave a deeper mark on a reader than the first book that finds its way into [her] heart. Those first images, the echo of words we think we have left behind, accompany us throughout our lives and sculpt a palace in our memories to which, sooner or later - no matter how many books we read, how many worlds we discover or how much we learn or forget - we will return." -Carlos Ruiz Zafon, The Shadow of the Wind

Monday, September 12, 2011

Michael Connelly: Fast paced and hard to put down

Another guest post by Bonnie Huff. She reads 'em faster than I can post 'em!

I just finished reading NINE DRAGONS by Michael Connelly. This is the 15th book in a crime series about Los Angeles homicide detective Harry Bosch. Harry's personal and professional lives collide as he is working a homicide in LA when his daughter, who lives with her mother in Hong Kong, turns up missing. Harry's character seems to become more human and caring in NINE DRAGONS. Connelly's books are good, easy, fast paced and it is hard to put them down. I started another Connelly book today, THE BRASS VERDICT.

1 comment:

  1. Okay, if he doesn't seem human until book nine, what kept you interested and reading?