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Book Details

Title:   The Law of Innocence
Author:   Michael Connelly
Times Read:   1
Last Read:   12.20.20

Other Books Read By This Author (34)
- 9 Dragons
- Angels Flight
- The Black Box
- The Black Echo
- The Black Ice
- Blood Work
- The Brass Verdict
- The Burning Room
- Chasing the Dime
- City of Bones
- The Closers
- The Concrete Blonde
- The Crossing
- Dark Sacred Night
- A Darkness More Than Night
- The Drop
- Echo Park
- Fair Warning
- The Fifth Witness
- The Gods of Guilt
- The Last Coyote
- The Late Show
- The Lincoln Lawyer
- Lost Light
- The Narrows
- The Night Fire
- The Overlook
- The Poet
- The Reversal
- The Scarecrow
- Trunk Music
- Two Kinds of Truth
- Void Moon
- The Wrong Side of Goodbye

Notes History
Date Read Note
12.20.20 Connelly's latest is another Mickey Haller book, which means legal drama. This time he's been arrested for a frame-job so it's an interesting perspective to take on the genre. The case itself feels pretty secondary to me though... if I were on the jury I'm not sure it was a slam dunk for Haller. What I found to be most effective was how scary jail sounds. I don't want any part of that shit. It's also a little interesting, since Connelly ages his characters in real time, to see how he portrays the early days of covid-19 in america. His next book should be pretty full of it i guess, unless he's taking a year off. As always, this read on fast forward. Super quick to get through even if the ending was a bit abrupt and anti-climactic. Total comfort food reading-wise.



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