Void Moon

eAudio - unabridged
Audio (10.98 hours)
Product Number: Z100033552
Released: Nov 01, 2005
Business Term: 2 Year
ISBN: #9781607887102
Narrator/s: L.J. Ganser
Publisher: Hachette Audio
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Description

In L.A., Cassie Black is another beautiful woman in a Porsche: except Cassie just did six years in prison and still has "outlaw juice" flowing in her veins. Now Cassie is returning to her old profession, taking down a money man in Vegas. But the perfect heist goes very wrong, and suddenly Cassie is on the run - with a near-psychotic Vegas "fixer" killing everyone who knew about the job. Between Cassie and the man hunting her are a few last secrets: like who really set up the job, why Cassie had to take the chance, and how, in the end, it might all be a matter of the moon...

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Author(s): Michael Connelly
Original Publish Date: Nov 01, 2005

All formats/editions

CD
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Author(s): Michael Connelly
Narrator(s): L.J. Ganser
Product Number DD31397
Released: Jun 27, 2017
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781478988076
eBook
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Author(s): Michael Connelly
Product Number EB00283797
Released: Apr 15, 2014
Business Term: 2 Year
ISBN: #9780316145091

Professional reviews

"L.J. Ganser lacks versatility and experience, but he brings to the forefront a unique style. Connelly also departs from the past in this work. In earlier thrillers, detective Harry Bosch was always the good guy. Not so with the main characters here, Cassidy Black and Jack Karch. "Cassy," a burglar on parole for manslaughter, tries to make a financial killing by breaking into a Las Vegas hotel. The listener really wants to like Karch, a rogue P.I. hired to track down Cassidy. But Karch's continued villainy, ably performed by Ganser, makes liking him impossible. Ganser's narration is crisp and clear; at the beginning he sometimes fractures sentences, but he's smooth and accomplished by the end. This reviewer was well prepared to hate this audiobook as it departs from a previous publisher and favorite reader, Dick Hill. But there are a lot of surprises in this latest Connelly audio, and Ganser's performance is one of the more pleasant ones. A.L.H. (c) AudioFile 2000, Portland, Maine"

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