Void Moon

Void Moon

Large Print - 1999
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The new thriller from the bestselling author ofAngels Flight,Void Moonbrings us Michael Connelly's most appealing hero yet: a woman caught up in a scam that may cost her the one thing she holds dearer than her own life. Cassie Black is lured back to a profession she'd left behind - robbing casino gamblers of their winnings - by a setup that looks too good to pass up. Her work goes as planned, except that the mark has too much money - so much that someone very powerful must be very angry. Cassie soon finds herself running from gunmen who somehow know her every move in advance. They also seem to be closing in on Cassie's most guarded secret, the one thing that could have caused her to return to crime - and the one thing she will do anything to protect. Written with the fiery pace and brilliant plotting that have made bestsellers ofAngels FlightandBlood Work, and featuring one of the strongest heroines to come along in years,Void Moonis Michael Connelly's most original and surprising novel yet.
Publisher: New York : Random House Large Print in association with Little Brown and Co., 1999.
ISBN: 9780375408625
Branch Call Number: L.P. Fic Conn
Characteristics: 580 p. (large print) ; 25 cm.


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Nov 23, 2017

Void Moon is to date my favorite Connelly story. I am re-reading all of his novels, in order. Obviously, good and bad are the theme, but he expertly makes the lead character share both. And, the lead is a woman. That's hard for a male author.
The story line is stretched, but believable with the pace. And I really like the ending. It's happy, but obviously short lived.
I give this novel a 10. Crais and Sanford, also part of my retirement re-read, are in the same tier.

Aug 18, 2017

I'm a huge Connelly fan and I have read everything, minus the boook that just came out in July 17. Void Moon is my favorite book I have ever read. I have read it more than once and it never get's old.

I'm reading a lot of Robert Crais and Dennis Lehane now. They are good, however they are not Connelly.

Jan 30, 2017

Fantastic read! Got some chapters left but I've enjoyed it very much so far. No Bosh and his step brother Lawyer , thank God ;). Connelly is a real story teller in the best Chandler's tradition.

Sep 08, 2016

I enjoyed this book. Every now and then you have to root for the bad guy; the robber and in this case it is a woman. I loved the stories inside the story. Do not compare this book to one of the Harry Bosch books.

Aug 18, 2015

No Harry Bosch, so what? This book was dissed by some because it was different than other Connelly series novels. It doesn't have the old familiar characters which turns some people off, even claiming that they couldn't finish reading it. Close minded people are always missing the point it seems. Well it stands alone, doesn't need Harry Bosch or the Lincoln Lawyer to make a great story. At times I felt like I was reading a Dean Koontz story, which is a compliment to Mr Connelly in my opinion. Different, and excellent.

May 02, 2015

Not like Bosch but fun read nonetheless.

Mar 21, 2014

This is the first Connelly book that I just could not read...didn't make it past the first 100 pages. I guess every author has to have 1 dud in their collection and this was his.

Mar 17, 2013

Great read from beginning to end--you expect one thing and something else happens (sign of a great suspense novel)!! I really enjoyed this story. 9 of 10 for me.

Aug 02, 2011

Pretty entertaining, but not in line with the Bosch series. Had a bit of trouble suspending my disbelief in a couple of places.

Oct 20, 2010

Uninteresting to me - couldn't read

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