The Closers The Closers

The Closers

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Publisher Description

Harry is back, assigned to the LAPD's Open-Unsolved Unit with his former cop ally and partner, Kizmin Rider. These detectives are the Closers. They are thrown into a politically sensitive and dangerous case when a white supremacist is connected to the 1988 murder of a mixed race girl.

The police department has changed, but one thing hasn't - Harry's nemesis, Irving. The former Deputy Chief has been pushed from power and given a virtually meaningless new role. Full of vengeance, Irving calls Harry a 'retread'. He watches from the sidelines like an injured bear, hoping Harry will make a mistake...

Read by Len Cariou

(p) 2005 Hachette Audio

GENRE
Crime & Thrillers
NARRATOR
LC
Len Cariou
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
11:45
hr min
RELEASED
2015
12 February
PUBLISHER
Orion
SIZE
568.3
MB

Customer Reviews

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Excellent story, fan favourite with Harry and Kiz back together

Connelly does detail in a way that is so compelling. His writing gives a wonderful intimacy to Harry but never prevents him without flaw.
I love that Connelly doesn’t finish these stories abruptly, he likes to give us a bit more at the end and this is brilliant in an audiobook format. It’s like getting to the end of a book and a parachute miraculously appears with an extra couple of chapters. I love it.
What I don’t like is the lone male reader doing the voice of children and women. Carriou has a great voice for Bosch (as does Titus), but it is horrible for the young Maddie and for some of the female characters - it is intrusive and disrupts the storytelling.
The later books with a female reader for Ballard and a male reader for Bosch work so much better.
It’s a small complaint because this is a brilliantly engaging story.

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