Despised by cops, prosecutors, and even a few of his own clients, Mickey Haller is a Lincoln Lawyer, a criminal defense professional whose office is the rear seat of his Lincoln Town Car. He champions the causes of clients at the bottom of the legal food chain-including con artists, bikers, drunk drivers, drug dealers, and gang members. When a Beverly Hills rich kid is accused of beating up a woman, Haller lands his first high-paying client in years. Convinced he finally has a client who is innocent, Haller thinks this case will earn him a win in the courtroom. But when an investigator is murdered for getting too close to the truth, Haller realizes his search for innocence has put him face-to-face with pure evil. Now Haller must draw on all his abilities to manipulate a system in which he no longer believes.
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by Michael Connelly
by Michael Buckley
by Michael C. Reichert
by Susan Buckley, Elspeth Leacock
by Joel Greenblatt
by Alan Rabinowitz
by Douglas Brinkley
by Mark Alpert
by John Locke
"It's appropriate that this audio publisher chose a new voice for Connelly's latest character, criminal lawyer Mickey Haller. Adam Grupper turns in a supercharged performance as Haller, who conducts most of his business from the back seat of his Lincoln Town Car. He's called upon to defend a rich woman's playboy son, who is arrested for brutally beating a prostitute. Mickey Haller is no Harry Bosch, and he's not meant to be. His character is younger--as is the sound of Grupper's voice--and he's less discriminating about morality. Still, as portrayed by Grupper, you can't help liking him. He blends just the right amount of attitude, wit, and toughness to deliver a Cadillac performance. A.L.H. (c) AudioFile 2006, Portland, Maine"
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