Resurrection Walk


Unabridged Audiobook

Ratings
Book
120
Narrator
29
Release Date
November 2023
Duration
10 hours 30 minutes
Summary
From #1 New York Times bestselling author Michael Connelly: Lincoln Lawyer Mickey Haller enlists the help of his half-brother, Harry Bosch, to prove the innocence of a woman convicted of killing her husband.

Defense attorney Mickey Haller is back, taking the long shot cases, where the chances of winning are one in a million. After getting a wrongfully convicted man out of prison, he is inundated with pleas from incarcerated people claiming innocence. He enlists his half brother, retired LAPD Detective Harry Bosch, to weed through the letters, knowing most claims will be false.
 
Bosch pulls a needle from the haystack: a woman in prison for killing her husband, a sheriff’s deputy, but who still maintains her innocence. Bosch reviews the case and sees elements that don’t add up, and a sheriff’s department intent on bringing quick justice in the killing of one of its own.
 
Now Haller has an uphill battle in court, a David fighting Goliaths to vindicate his client. The path for both lawyer and investigator is fraught with danger from those who don’t want the case reopened and will stop at nothing to keep the Haller-Bosch dream team from finding the truth. Packed with intrigue and courtroom drama, Resurrection Walk shows once again that Michael Connelly is “the most consistently superior living crime fiction author” (South Florida Sun Sentinel).
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Chris A.

Excellent story. It foretells an evolution in the storyline of The main characters. I look forward to future stories. If only the author ould quit dropping a flow interrupting political opinion in the middle of the story...

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Lisa H.

I've read them all. This is the first time I purchased an audio book. Loved it!

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Jean G.

Great, love the Lincoln Lawyer Narrator.

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Tim S.

One of the best books I’ve heard in awhile! Fantastic!!

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Anonymous

I have read all the Harry Bosch/Lincoln Lawyer books now and have never been disappointed. Connelly has an amazing mind to be able to come up with such intricate and fascinating ideas.

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Dwolfe

I’ve been a fan but this was my least favorite Connelly book. The habeas hearing in general and Haller’s interactions (ex parte and otherwise) were simply not credible.

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Anonymous

Enjoyed .

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Pamela C.

Really enjoyed this narrator & especially when Titus was involved too. The story keeps you involved & weaves around enough in the story to help build up everyone of the characters. This is one of my favorite character authors & look forward to more stories. I’ve watched all the Bosch series & they were good.

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Jay L.

I enjoy these characters

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Jake P.

Mr. Connelly is a brilliant author. This book is another fine example of his writing skills. I have listened to all his books ( some more than once) and love every single one of them. My only disappointment with this book was Mr. Connelly’s not so subtle attempt to get with the times and join the virtue signaling crowd. I always loved his accurate descriptions of police realities and procedures. It often showed the good, the bad, and the ugly of humanity. There were good cops, lazy cops, burned out cops and yes, cops who were criminals. He always stayed away from politics. This book, in my opinion, is different. Twice in one book Bosh saves people who were set up by cops. During the main investigation and the investigation into Mickey’s employee’s juvenile nephew who was wrongfully arrested for shooting a cop. It made it appear as if it was an everyday occurrence in law enforcement . Even if it is what a large part of our society believes today, I find it curious that now, for the first time in 30 years, the writer decided to touch on police criminal corruptions. Especially since he saw how police operated back in the 80s and 90s when he was a crime reporter. Then, Bosh feels sorry for ruining a man’s life for sending him to prison for selling drugs in a school zone. Which is something that wouldn’t even be a crime today because California decriminalized marijuana. It appears the writer assumes that an old-school cop would agree with the recent changes in drug laws, would be fine with people slinging dope around schools, and would spend his days regretting his old drug arrests. This is hard to believe and looks more like writer’s personal feelings. All while Bosh calls an ex-president a criminal and Mickey complains about the current Supreme Court that is moving the country backwards vs previous Courts that moved the country forward. Like I said before, still loved the book and still love the writer. Only wish he would leave the political stuff to CNN and Fox.

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Ed Kramer

Great plots and wonderful storytelling.

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