Novels Michael Connelly: The Scarecrow, the Poet, Void Moon, Blood Work, the Lincoln Lawyer, the Brass Verdict, Chasing the Dime by Books LLC

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Novels  by  Michael Connelly: The Scarecrow, the Poet, Void Moon, Blood Work, the Lincoln Lawyer, the Brass Verdict, Chasing the Dime by Books LLC

Novels by Michael Connelly: The Scarecrow, the Poet, Void Moon, Blood Work, the Lincoln Lawyer, the Brass Verdict, Chasing the Dime by Books LLC
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This is nonfiction commentary. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publishers book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: The Scarecrow, the Poet, Void Moon, Blood Work, the Lincoln Lawyer,...

MoreThis is nonfiction commentary. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publishers book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: The Scarecrow, the Poet, Void Moon, Blood Work, the Lincoln Lawyer, the Brass Verdict, Chasing the Dime. Source: Wikipedia.

Free updates online. Not illustrated. Excerpt: The Scarecrow is a 2009 novel written by award-winning American author Michael Connelly. It was Connellys 21st book (20th novel) and the second featuring as the main characters Jack McEvoy, a reporter now living in Los Angeles, and FBI agent Rachel Walling. As a result, it is a sequel to the events in Connellys 1996 novel The Poet, although another Connelly novel, The Narrows, was published in 2004 as the official sequel to The Poet.

The book was released in the UK and Ireland on May 12, 2009 and in the US and Canada on May 26, 2009. Although McEvoy has made two subsequent appearances in Connellys Harry Bosch novels (A Darkness More Than Night and The Brass Verdict), and Walling has appeared in three such novels (The Narrows, Echo Park and The Overlook), this was their first appearance together since The Poet. The story begins with Jack McEvoys termination by the Los Angeles Times due to the newspapers financial crisis.

He is given two weeks to train his replacement, Angela Cook, on the cop beat and decides that he wants to write one more major story before his last day. Jack focuses on the case of 16-year-old drug dealer Alonzo Winslow, who confessed that he brutally raped one of his clients, then stuffed her body in the trunk with a plastic bag over her head, tied shut with a length of rope around her neck. Angela, a beautiful and ambitious young reporter, maneuvers to get herself a part of the story.

However, after Jack is given access to the defense files, he learns that Alonzo only confessed to stealing the car containing the body, not to the rape-murder. In researc...More: http: //booksllc.net/?id=2264401



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