A Darkness More Than Night
Terry McCaleb, the retired FBI agent who starred in the bestseller "Blood Work," is asked by the LAPD to help them investigate aseries of murders that have them baffled. They are the kind of ritualized killings McCaleb specialized in solving with the FBI, and he is reluctantly drawn from his... show more
Terry McCaleb, the retired FBI agent who starred in the bestseller "Blood Work," is asked by the LAPD to help them investigate aseries of murders that have them baffled. They are the kind of ritualized killings McCaleb specialized in solving with the FBI, and he is reluctantly drawn from his peaceful new life back into the horror and excitement of tracking down a terrifying homicidal maniac. More horrifying still, the suspect who seems to fit the profile that McCaleb develops is someone he has known and worked with in the past: LAPD homicide detective Harry Bosch.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: March 1st 2002
Pages no: 470
Edition language: English
Series: Terry McCaleb (#2)
Ehh. This one I did not feel at all. The book went back and forth between Terry McCaleb's POV (way too much of him) and then Harry Bosch. Since the book is set up as Terry trying to tie Bosch into a murder of a man that was Bosch's suspect in a prior case, I just couldn't work up the energy to it. T...
This book brings together 3 of Connelly's recurring characters: Hieronymus Bosch, Terry McCaleb and Jack McEvoy. It's a perfectly acceptable piece of plotting, although neither the cleverest nor the most compelling of the Bosch mysteries I've read. Overall, an average entry in Connelly's longstan...
~~Moved from GR~~ A Darkness More than Night by Michael Connelly Recommended to Carly by: curiosity. It also kills cats. Recommended for: hardcore Connelly fans The gang's all here: during a highly publicised case in which Harry Bosch, troubled detective of the LAPD, is a primary witness, Terr...
Bosch was great as always, McCaleb is a self-righteous ass.
Amazing...maybe I should bump it up a star to coincide with the first word of this review...ok, I am, giving it 4 1/2 stars and I always round up. Have no idea how I missed this one because I have made a concerted effort to read this series in order. I missed a good one, obviously. The first ever ...