The Lincoln Lawyer

Michael Connelly, Author, Adam Grupper, Read by
Michael Connelly, read by Adam Grupper. Hachette Audio, unabridged, 10 CDs, 11 hrs., $17.98 ISBN 978-1-60941-786-4
Reviewed on: 05/02/2011
Release date: 01/01/2011
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Attorney Mickey Haller, who's making his fourth appearance in Connelly's April novel, The Fifth Witness, got his start in this 2005 legal thriller, the audio version of which is being reprised to tie in with the Lionsgate film adaptation. Its return is welcome. The book about a defense attorney who uses a Lincoln town car for an office is richly plotted, humorous, suspenseful, and full of surprisingly human touches. It's also populated by a large cast of colorful characters that allow Adam Grupper the opportunity to strut his stuff, shifting effortlessly from gruff, hardcore bikers to Beverly Hills society matrons. But he really shines during the poignant scenes involving Haller and the client whose trial he lost and the highly charged confrontation scenes between him and the homicidal socialite playboy Louis Roulet whose trial he fears he may win. A Grand Central hardcover. (Feb.)
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