Did you like "The Poet" by Michael Connelly?
February 4, 2008 8:41am CST
Jack McEvoy is a crime reporter working for the Rocky Mountain News. His only brother is a homicide detective, that committed suicide, because of depression from a traumatizing case. In hot pursuit of the truth, relating to his brother's death, Jack becomes involved in a stellar pursuit of a killer called "The Poet". A killer of detectives, who's calling card is leaving lines from Edgar Allen Poe poems, at crime scenes. "The Poet" is a fantastic, thrilling, suspenseful, crime fiction novel. Contains a strong leading man and a strong leading woman, that is sexy also. The story and narration, are riveting and tenacious. The prose, is filled with depth and resonates with dark despondency. Michael Connelly infused "The Poet" with masterful substance. With great ambition, he created characters and plot points, that cement you, to your seat. It's filled with action but does not forget the impact and grip, of emotions. The enemy of the story is cleverly created. He is a killer that evokes evil and a nemesis whose actions grip and fill you, with great anticipation of his ultimate demise. Did you like "The Poet" by Michael Connelly?