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The Brass Verdict

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When down-at-heel lawyer Mickey Haller gets the news that his old colleague Jerry Vincent has died, he also gets an unexpected windfall. Jerry had ... Show synopsis

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Overall customer rating: 4.201
rat101

Prose Noir

by rat101 on Dec 3, 2009

Another classic Connolly page turner with both of his anti-hero characters: Mickey Haller & H. Bosch. If you'ver liked the others you'll love this - & boyoboy, does it get complicated at the end. There are few other authors in this genre that write as believable a story. It's like revisiting those ... More

SeldomSeen

A Good Lawyer is Hard to Find

by SeldomSeen on Sep 24, 2009

The second in the ?Lincoln Lawyer? series by Michael Connelly, The Brass Verdict presents more adventures of the nonconformist, conflicted defense attorney, Mickey Haller. Torn between the love of a job in which he excels and the moral ambiguity, Mick continually walks a tight rope between doing the ... More

BeckyJG

The Brass Verdict

by BeckyJG on Jul 12, 2009

Apparently, way back in The Black Ice Michael Connelly gave Detective Harry Bosch a half brother. Guess who that brother is--Mickey Haller, the Lincoln Lawyer. The Brass Verdict is Mickey's second outing as a Connelly lead, and in this book he works closely with--and, in the manner of defense lawyers ... More

OneMansView

Okay, but rather skimpy and predictable (3.5 *s)

by OneMansView on May 31, 2009

This book has some elements of what Connelly fans want to see: street-smart insightfulness, like the recognition that ?Everybody lies. Cops lie. Lawyers lie. Witnesses lie. The victims lie. A trail is a contest of lies?; or, that ?brass verdict? is a term for deadly street justice when the legal system ... More

Francesca

Not to be missed

by Francesca on Nov 23, 2008

I had read a review that questioned the ending of the story as contrived or weak. Well, it is a little confected, but when you are reading Michael Connelly, you are in the hands of a master, and you don't care that much about the way he fashions the solution. Every page along the way is worth the ... More

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