The Black Ice: Harry Bosch Series, Book 2 Audiobook [Free Download by Trial]

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The Black Ice: Harry Bosch Series, Book 2 by Michael Connelly

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Narcotics officer Cal Moore''s orders were to look into the city''s latest drug killing. Instead, he ends up in a motel room with his head in several pieces and a suicide note stuffed in his back pocket.




  • I've mentioned it previously, so I won't go on about it. . . Connelly's crime stories are outstanding and Dick Hill's narration just enhances them even more. Black Ice was truly excellent! If you're a fan of detective tales, you'll enjoy this one. I'm falling into the trap of purchasing all of Connelly's books! Completely hooked!
  • Just gotta say, I'm a huge fan of the Harry Bosch series. When I discovered it on this platform, I decided to start from the very beginning. This book has all the classic elements of the series - Harry Bosch operating like a lone wolf, an exciting and suspenseful storyline, and a fresh setting. However, I have to admit that I found the plot centered around internal politics to be a bit less captivating. Nonetheless, it's definitely worth a listen, especially because the narrator does a phenomenal job.
  • I'm really glad I stuck with this series because this book is way better than the first one. There's no unnecessary politics and minimal dwelling on the past. Harry just gets down to business, even though it's clear he's carrying a lot of emotional baggage. The characters' actions are believable, the plot is logical, and Harry's actions make sense. Overall, it's a very satisfying police procedural, even if some of the procedures might be bending the rules a bit. I'm definitely moving on to the next book in the series. The narration is top-notch and captures Harry's voice perfectly. While there are some references to events in the previous book, this story stands well on its own and concludes nicely, so you won't be left hanging.