La oscuridad de los sueños
Publish date: June 30th 2012
Pages no: 414
Edition language: Spanish
Jack was being downsided. He got a pink slip. A 12 days notice before clearing his desk. He also needed to train his replacement Angela Cook, a very green journalist. A woman was found in car trunk, dead and naked. Jack reported it and was harassed by a caller who claimed the guy was innocent...
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This is what a serial killer thriller should be: taut, scary, fast-moving, making good use of the usual tropes (for the killer: childhood trauma, cool/goofy nickname, grotesque fetish, high intelligence; for the hero: personal life in a shambles, likeability issues, high intelligence) while building...
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This marks the fourth Michael Connelly book that I have read. I was drawn to this particular choice because of the main protagonist, a reporter, Jack McEvoy who I first met in Connelly’s, The Poet.In the Scarecrow Jack is still a reporter, writing for the LA Times, but one who has just been served ...
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