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by Michael Connelly

Free eBook The Reversal (A Lincoln Lawyer Novel) download ISBN: 0316069450
Author: Michael Connelly
Publisher: Little, Brown and Company; Large Print edition (October 5, 2010)
Language: English
Pages: 608
Category: Unexplained Phenomenons
Subcategory: Thrillers and Suspense
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The Reversal (A Lincoln . .has been added to your Cart. Michael Connelly is the bestselling author of the Harry Bosch series of novels as well as The Poet, Blood Work, Void Moon, Chasing the Dime, and the New York Times bestsellers The Scarecrow and The Lincoln Lawyer.

The Reversal (A Lincoln . He is a former newspaper reporter who has won numerous awards for his journalism and his novels.

Michael Connelly is the author of twenty-seven previous novels, including the New York Times bestsellers The Burning Room and The Gods of Guilt. His books, which include the Harry Bosch series and Lincoln Lawyer series, have sold more than sixty million copies worldwide

Michael Connelly is the author of twenty-seven previous novels, including the New York Times bestsellers The Burning Room and The Gods of Guilt. His books, which include the Harry Bosch series and Lincoln Lawyer series, have sold more than sixty million copies worldwide. Connelly is a former newspaper reporter who has won numerous awards for his journalism and his novels and is the executive producer of Bosch, starring Titus Welliver. He spends his time in California and Florida. Series: A Lincoln Lawyer Novel. Mass Market Paperback: 512 pages

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Join Michael Connelly’s Mailing List. Appearance in the following novels: The Brass Verdict (2008) and The Reversal (2010), and a brief part in The Fifth Witness (2011) and The Gods of Guilt (2013). Appearance in the following novels: Nine Dragons (2009), The Crossing (2015), The Wrong Side Of Goodbye (2016), Two Kinds Of Truth (2017), and The Night Fire (2019).

The Lincoln Lawyer is a 2005 novel, the 16th by American crime writer Michael Connelly. It introduces Los Angeles attorney Mickey Haller, half-brother of Connelly's mainstay detective Hieronymus "Harry" Bosch

The Lincoln Lawyer is a 2005 novel, the 16th by American crime writer Michael Connelly. It introduces Los Angeles attorney Mickey Haller, half-brother of Connelly's mainstay detective Hieronymus "Harry" Bosch. Moderately successful criminal defense attorney Mickey Haller operates around Los Angeles County out of a Lincoln Town Car (hence the title) driven by a former client working off his legal fees.

The Lincoln Lawyer Novels book. For Mickey Haller, the law is rarely about guilt or innocence, it's about negotiation and manipulation. When he gets hired by a Beverly Hills rich boy arrested for assault, Mickey sees a For the first time in one volume, the three novels that introduced the Lincoln Lawyer, Mickey Haller, who learns that "There is no client as scary as an innocent ma. The Lincoln Lawyer.

Michael Connelly (born July 21, 1956) is an American author of detective novels and other crime fiction, notably those featuring LAPD Detective Hieronymus "Harry" Bosch and criminal defense attorney Mickey Haller. Connelly is the bestselling author of 31 novels and one work of non-fiction.

The Lincoln Lawyer Novels : The Lincoln Lawyer, the Brass Verdict, the Reversal by Michael Connelly (2011, Hardcover). Новые 1 219,26 RUB. Б/у: 182,46 RUB. Hardcover. Mickey Haller: The Lincoln Lawyer by Michael Connelly (2005, Paperback, Hardcover).

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Читать онлайн The Lincoln Lawyer. The first book in the Mickey Haller series, 2005. This is for daniel f. daly.

Michael Connelly decided to become a writer after discovering the books of Raymond Chandler while attending the University of Florida.

Michael Connelly knows it all too well and writes about it with chilling authority. Michael Connelly decided to become a writer after discovering the books of Raymond Chandler while attending the University of Florida.

Longtime defense attorney Mickey Haller is recruited to change stripes and prosecute the high-profile retrial of a brutal child murder. After 24 years in prison, convicted killer Jason Jessup has been exonerated by new DNA evidence. Haller is convinced Jessup is guilty, and he takes the case on the condition that he gets to choose his investigator, LAPD Detective Harry Bosch.Together, Bosch and Haller set off on a case fraught with political and personal danger. Opposing them is Jessup, now out on bail, a defense attorney who excels at manipulating the media, and a runaway eyewitness reluctant to testify after so many years.With the odds and the evidence against them, Bosch and Haller must nail a sadistic killer once and for all. If Bosch is sure of anything, it is that Jason Jessup plans to kill again.
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Modar
Justin Jessup was accused and arrested for the murder of a 12 yr old girl in 1986. There was a witness to the abduction, the sister, who also identified him in a lineup.
Move forward a few years, DNA is on the scene. A semen stain on the dress leads to the girl's stepfather and the Supreme Court throws out the conviction, telling the LA courts to retry him. Looks like a slam dunk that he will be acquitted, right?
Mickey Haller is asked to cross the aisle and be the prosecutor for the case. Harry Bosch is his investigator, and his ex-wife is second chair. There is quite a different way of thinking between the prosecutor and defense attorney, but he does his job very well. So well that---surprise!!
There is the possibility that Jessup may have been a serial killer, because at that time, several girls between 12-18 just fell off the face of the earth. Bosch is determined to find out. But something horrific happens after court.
Naa
I've been catching up on past Connelly's and was excited to get to this second Lincoln Lawyer book but it was a big disappointment. Too much legal procedure and endless details about things that didn't become important in the story. There was also very little suspense or drama (the big "drama" there was, was totally predictable and at the same time just over the top) and --worst of all -- there were questions left hanging at the end. I don't know if it was a set up book for the next installment and whether those questions will be answered, but rather than intrigue me, it just fatigued me. This book was easy to put down and hard to finish. Sorry to be so negative but this one really felt as if Connelly was on a tight deadline and just threw stuff on the page to get his word count. Can't recommend this one.
Giamah
I like reading a series of books with one main character. I get to know them. I have therefore read all of Michael Connelly's books centered on the Detective Bosch. Because I finished all of them I tried other authors with less success and then returned to read some of of his other books of Conelly's centering on other characters. I like Bosch the best (when he was active in the police department), the Lawyer Haller was good, and the the reporter was McElroy was also ok. This book however, which is really about the lawyer Haller is the best of all because it engages several of the characters I have come to know. Haller is the focus of the book of course, but Bosch has a major roll and the FBI profiler makes a major contribution. The book was detailed enough in its story that you knew what was happening and it felt possible, it had sufficient character interactions and development to hold interest beyond the story, and the story ended with the unexpected. My favorite of his books so far.
Kazimi
Connelly can do much better. If you’re a Bosch fan there’s too much Haller; if you’re a Haller fan there’s probably too much Bosch. Either way one seems to put a dampener on the other. For me there’s too much time dedicated to courtroom parlance, which always ultimately becomes repetitive and predictable. If the defence is the underdog the prosecution is always eventually verbally outdone, and vice versa if the underdog is the prosecution; and all the while minimal, if any at all, real action takes place.
The ending, too, did little to enhance the read. It was as though the author ran out of room and had to finish where he did while there was so much scope for a more exciting finale.
Whitegrove
I have been reading Connelly's Bosch series from beginning to end. I came next to the Reversal, which is primarily a courtroom drama featuring Mickey Haller. But Bosch is the case investigator. So he features prominently in this book. First of all, it's a Michael Connelly novel -- that about says it all. He has a crisp writing style with rich character development and a tight and complicated plot that keeps the reader engaged and guessing to the end. It is so entertaining to read how a legal case is handled, the many manipulations and tactics that have to be employed by both sides. In this novel, that is particularly seen since Haller (a defense attorney) is asked to prosecute this case. So you end up seeing both sides of the case. It also gives the reader a good idea of how cops investigate these cases in preparation for trial. This is a great plot. One that takes a big twist at the end. I highly recommend all Connelly books and especially the Harry Bosch series (though the Haller series is no slouch either). I recommend reading the series in order to get the most from the character development from one story to the next.
Ucantia
Despite the twist in the premise -- Micky Haller as a prosecuting attorney -- and the presence of Harry Bosch as his chosen investigator, I found "The Reversal" to be pretty much predictable. The plot conflicts are anticipated by the premise and that Harry's involvement will complicate things at first and ultimately mightily contribute to their resolution, a given. This is a fun enough read and not painful in any way, but it hardly is gripping and not among Connelly's finer achievements. My greatest takeaway? George Cables had been too long overlooked in my effort to compile a decent jazz library. Thanks for that one, Michael.
Khiceog
This book made me a better lawyer. Both the tactics and the cross examination dialogue are spot on. I caught only one error -- most modern courts have dispensed with the "You can't cross examine your own witness" rule. Also, Royce, the defense attorney, should have figured out how to signal to Roman the the silent witness could not testify, perhaps by loudly demanding her sequestration. Otherwise, the courtroom recreation was brilliant. The twisty ending was fine as well, although I would have liked a little more insight into the defendant. The weakest part of the book was the explanation of how the jury would have come out. A junior's statement to the press is one thing. His actions in the jury room are another. Overall, though, an excellent book. I urge all aspiring and practicing trial lawyers to read it.