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As Haller and his team begin to develop a plausible alternative to help sustain reasonable doubt they stir up a number of shadowy enemies who are desperate to foil his investigation. He takes a risky plunge at enlisting the help of a mobster in prison.
A tragic blow to his team proves what a hardball game he is playing in. He gets on a bit of a downbound train. But his team hums with a collaborative genius. His crafty investigator Cisco designs a trap for the bad guys to reveal themselves. His young female associate pulls off a critical argument with a judge to open a door to a Trojan Horse strategy in their presentation.
Yet there is no slam dunk on this case, and the endgame has some shocking surprises. I am a biased reader, as Connelly has become an author I feel compelled to read all he writes. I am a little disappointed that his relationship with his ex-wife and prosecuting attorney, Maggie McPherson, is in the deep freeze in this book. My average rating reflects a relative scaling among all the great and nearly great reads from this author.
Legal thriller fans are unlikely to be disappointed. View all 4 comments. Things are not going well for Mickey. He recently got a client off on a DUI charge because of a technicality. As a result he lost his bid for District Attorney.
Technicality or not this client killed two people including a friend of his daughter. Now his daughter, Hayley, has shut him out of his life. As far as she is concerned he represents the dregs of society. He substitutes the days he used to spend with her drinking.
Cash is low. He is seeking clients rather than clients seeking him. Then h Things are not going well for Mickey. This is the California penal code for murder and murder cases mean a big payday. The accused, Andre La Cosse, is a pimp who has been arrested for the murder of an escort, Giselle Dallinger.
La Cosse had booked a date for Giselle at an expensive hotel. She claims there was no one there and therefore no money. La Cosse thinks she was holding out and admits going to her apartment and arguing with her over the money. He even admits to grabbing her by the throat but insists he did not kill her.
Mickey agrees to take the case but of course things are not that simple. It turns out that Giselle was a former client of Mickey's. Someone that had a hold on him. Someone he had a soft spot for. Someone that he had put on a plane and thought had started a new life. Eight years ago Mickey helped arrange a deal for Giselle in which she helped put away Hector Moya, a Mexican drug dealer and cartel member, for life. Now Moya is claiming he was setup and Mickey realizes he may have been played.
He finds that between the cartel and DEA he has made some powerful enemies and not only is he in danger but those close to him too. There is plenty of tension in and out of the courtroom that will keep the reader turning the pages. The Gods of Guilt refers, of course, to the members of the jury who decide a persons guilt or innocence but in this story Mickey has to deal with his own gods of guilt.
View all 5 comments. I still would give it 4 stars. I liked how the author wraps the title I his novel. Totally shredded my nerves. Mickey Haller represents a cyber-pimp accused of murder. He and his team believe the guy is innocent but the case against him seems convincing. This book had an irresistible combination of investigation, bad-guy confrontation and strategy.
I should probably read more lawyer books because I loved the courtroom scenes. Connelly writes a great thriller :D. Sorry, but the rest is just details that you should really read for yourself. The ending is a blast. Need I say more? Connelly has built an interconnected universe among most of his characters that's just wonderful to read chronologically.
It varies from the GoodReads in several ways, some important, some not. Unimportant is the numbering of this as Mickey Haller 5 rather than 6. He has such a small role in Nine Dragons that it wasn't originally counted as one of his books, so I didn't either. You should read that book in the universe order, anyway. Partial chronology: 23 - The Drop Harry Bosch 17 , I'll be sad when I reach it. View 1 comment. Through the jet lag and turbulence I powered on and completed the book just as I arrived home.
This book has the same format as the previous books in the series in that there is a case which is shrouded in mystery and it is up to Haller and team to dig into it and find out the truths to protect their client. Lots has happened in the time since the last book to this book but there isn't any massive info dumps on this but nicely placed droplets throughout to fill it all in. This was a nice mystery, if not the most complex and difficult to follow.
All loose ends were tied up come the end and there was even a little cameo from Harry Bosch. I'm glad I read this and I will definitely be reading more from this author. I recommend this series to those interested in legal thrillers and also the film with Matthew McConaughey, The Lincoln Lawyer, which could have been the start of him picking good films. If you like this try: "Presumed Innocent" by Scott Turow View all 3 comments.
Now while I can't say this is at the top of my 5 star list nor does it make my favorites list I had to rate a bit above other 4 star books. I have grown to like the Mickey Haller books and this one is I think the best so far. Mickey can't really seem to win in life even if he does win in the courtroom.
Shut out by his daughter because of events from the last book. Mickey is a bit down. Still dealing with his repeat clients and finding his most lucrative business right now coming from clients with mortgage problems things need to look up. And a big criminal case falls into his lap, for a man he actually begins to believe is innocent The victim of this crime is a woman Mickey tried over and over to help out of the dead end life she was living The story here as I've said about a few other books draws you in from the get-go and is well constructed.
If it has a flaw it might be that Mr. Connelly draws it out just a little too long. I think the climax could and maybe should have come earlier and the book be a little shorter. Not a big problem. Another superb crime and legal thriller by a master of the genre.
All of the elements, including the interpersonal, make this an engrossing read. Connelly does not disappoint. Well, alls well that ends well I suppose. But I thought Mickey Holler was going to bring everyone down with his antics and tight plays. Actually, well is a relative term.
More was lost than was gained. This was my first Michael Connelly and I can see why he is a beloved mystery author. I never knew what would happen next! You guys made me feel welcome! The "gods of guilt," according to Michael Connelly's fictional lawyer Mickey Haller, are juries--along with "plenty of other people out there judging us every day of our lives and for every move we make.
That Connelly can lard this consistently excellent work with insight, with observation, with truth is testament to his artistry, his ability to take thrillers to more exalted places. And this novel is a helluva good thriller a The "gods of guilt," according to Michael Connelly's fictional lawyer Mickey Haller, are juries--along with "plenty of other people out there judging us every day of our lives and for every move we make. And this novel is a helluva good thriller and I say that as someone who doesn't like this particular corner of the genre world, the legal thriller.
This is the fifth outing for Mickey Haller, the half-brother of Connelly's other main always missed hero, Harry Bosch; the series began with "The Lincoln Lawyer," made into a solid Hollywood movie a few years ago. The police think he killed one of his clients, a prostitute who goes by Giselle Dallinger and who, in that oddly interconnected world that is Connelly's LA, is a minor character from "The Lincoln Lawyer" Haller knows her as Gloria "Glory" Dayton.
If I were on trial for murder, I'd want Haller at my table, but I'd settle for Connelly, who seems to know as much legal procedure as he does police procedure. It's an absorbing story, with a fairly intricate plot perhaps less so than the last Bosch novel, "The Black Box," and Haller is an absorbing and intricate character. Highly recommended.
Number 5 in the Mickey Haller series. Another cracking courtroom thriller from Michael Connelly. This one is a bit different inasmuch as the courtroom drama doesn't really start in earnest until the later end of the book. An ex client, a one time call girl, arrives back in Mickey's life after many absent years, this has happened before, but not like this. This time she arrives dead. The accused killer now wants Mickey to defend him. Because the dead call girl recommended Mickey to him.
The more Number 5 in the Mickey Haller series. The more Mickey and his team look into the case the more convinced Mickey becomes that the accused has been set up. The search for the truth becomes a dangerous occupation. None of Mickey's team are safe. The dead ends, the hair pine bends and the twists and turns will keep you engrossed right to the end.
Whilst you can see the baddies from a long way off. The end is really mind blowing, and I mean mind blowing. Comes with a 4 star recommendation. Shelves: connelly , us-legal. This is another excellent legal thriller from Michael Connelly. I rate it 4. Mickey soon realizes that this murdered prostitute is Gloria Dayton, a former client. Andre then tells him that it was Gloria who recommended him, calling him"Mickey Mantle. Hector Moya is still in prison and has his lawyer subpoena Mickey.
As the tension builds while Mickey unravels the tangled threads in these interrelated cases, there are powerful and dangerous people who want him to drop the case. He is threatened and then attacked. How he wins his case is a suspenseful read.
The courtroom scenes are riveting. I recommend it to legal thriller fans. One quote: "Your father always called the jurors the gods of guilt. You remember that? Grabbed this book because of the Lincoln Lawyer movie. Didn't disappoint. It is so good. Will search for his other books. Thumbs up! The 5th book in the Mickey Haller series by Michael Connelly. A slow starter but builds up to very good climax. I confess I am a massive Michael Connelly fan and have loved most of his books and this one is another high quality thriller.
Michael Connelly once again developes his characters so well and shows expert knowledge in the legal system. This is another great book in my Michael Connelly library,another look into the trials and tribulations of the Lincoln Lawyer,and it does not disappoint! It puts you right next to the lawyer through his exploits,keeps you thinking and making decisions with Mickey Haller,so you feel that you have been right there through the whole case!
The long-awaited return of the Lincoln Lawyer brings Connelly fans a new gift. With a new, off-the-cuff defense to prepare, Mickey Haller is up to his neck in issues. After receiving a call from a man who's charged with murder, Haller agrees to meet him, only to realise the victim is a long-time acquaintance and former client.
After agreeing to defend him, Haller begins poking around to determine how valid the story and alibi appear to be. A 'virtual pimp' is surely not a profession the jury wil The long-awaited return of the Lincoln Lawyer brings Connelly fans a new gift. A 'virtual pimp' is surely not a profession the jury will easily digest, but a man's innocence is on the line.
When Haller begins to peel back the onion, he discovers there is more to the murder than a simple 'workplace' disagreement, years in the making. Dirty cops are nothing new to Haller, but when trying to make his case, he ends up butting heads wherever he turns and the list of tainted officers piles up. Seeking legal assistance in the oddest of places may be Haller's only avenue to success. If that were not enough, Haller is forced to battle for his daughter's attention, who has given up on him for defending the scum of the earth.
With a stellar courtroom segment, Connelly matches many of the legal greats for his paced and detailed presentation. A wonderful ending that leaves gasps on the reader's lips, both virtual and audible. A long-time Connelly fan, I was not left disappointed with the latest instalment. Using the quick wit for which Mickey Haller is known and the quirky antics of the lawyer without an office, Connelly presents an entertaining tale that shows the depth of his legal knowledge and the needed attention that makes a legal thriller successful.
Presenting a personal side to his characters has always helped Connelly present a likeable leading male, be it Haller or Bosch, and takes the story to another level. I could almost see a screen adaptation at numerous points throughout, as Connelly paints a riveting picture of a legal team tapping into the last of their skills in order to bring justice to the forefront. Well written with just the right amount of legal sway to catapult this book to the top of the genre's list.
Kudos, Mr. Connelly, on another wonderful novel. You never cease to amaze me with your writing abilities. I liked it a lot; I just didn't love it compared to the other Michael Connelly books. Mickey Haller is just off losing his bid to become LA District Attorney amid a scandal that brought his poll numbers down and has changed his relationship with his ex-wife, Maggie, and his daughter 3. Mickey Haller is just off losing his bid to become LA District Attorney amid a scandal that brought his poll numbers down and has changed his relationship with his ex-wife, Maggie, and his daughter, Hayley, dramatically.
A defendant that Haller successfully represented killed a popular teacher and her daughter - both close to Hayley - in an automobile accident. His former client was drunk when the accident happened. Add two more names to Haller's private Gods of Guilt panel, the voices we all carry around in our head - our personal jury.
Haller needs income and a good case, hopefully to win Hayley's affection back. And the call comes in - a murder has happened. The high priced online call girl is known to Haller, only by another name Glory Days. Her digital "pimp" stands accused of her murder.
Mickey is stunned. He thought he had helped to get Glory out of the life. He thought she was in Hawaii doing well. And now, she's dead and he may be responsible. But more shocking to Haller is the fact that Glory had told Andre to contact the "Lincoln Lawyer" if something happened to her or if Andre ever needed a good lawyer, Mickey Haller is the best.
And to Haller's surprise, he may have an actual innocent client - a defense attorney's worse nightmare. This latest in the Mickey Haller series finds Mickey at a low ebb personally. The plans he made at the end of the last book have foundered on the realities of being a defense lawyer. A very public disaster, where a man he got off from a drunk driving charge on a technicality drove drunk again and killed two people, has destroyed Mickey's run for DA. Worse, the victims were people his daughter knew.
The bad side of a career defending the guilty and not just the innocent has bitten Mickey, and he' This latest in the Mickey Haller series finds Mickey at a low ebb personally. The bad side of a career defending the guilty and not just the innocent has bitten Mickey, and he's back to scrounging for cases, while his daughter refuses to even see him. Then he gets a call - a client he once knew, and liked, has been murdered, and he's being asked to defend the man accused of her murder.
It's a case where, for once, it looks like his client actually is not guilty. Mickey is eager to defend an innocent man in a big case, but if it requires finding a real murderer to do so, the risks may be higher than he realizes. I really enjoy Connelly's writing style and his characters.
Mickey is conflicted and complex - a man who would love to be a hero but who also is willing to play the games of the legal system, and who sometimes finds it hard to live with the outcomes. The case is intriguing, although the biggest issue is not who done it, but how to prove it in court.
I think I still love Harry Bosch a little more, but Mickey is well worth spending time with. As an added bonus, at the end, in the author notes, Connelly reveals that he is also a pantser yay who isn't sure where a book will end up as he writes it. And he reveals his unrevised alternate ending. I like to think that even someone this successful is showing he has moments of wondering if he did the right thing with his book. We are all brothers in this writing game, I guess, and that's hopeful for the rest of us.
I look forward to his next release. Shelves: signed , legal-thriller , michael-connelly. This book, despite being the fifth in its series, maintains a fresh feel because it explores the constant emotional grind of Haller's decision to defend the scum of the earth on a daily basis -- from seeing how he was unable to rescue a former client from her own poor life choices, to dealing with a daughter that does not want to speak to him due to his own career choices -- instead of just walking us through another trial full of twists and turns with the charismatic protagonist narrating.
Don' This book, despite being the fifth in its series, maintains a fresh feel because it explores the constant emotional grind of Haller's decision to defend the scum of the earth on a daily basis -- from seeing how he was unable to rescue a former client from her own poor life choices, to dealing with a daughter that does not want to speak to him due to his own career choices -- instead of just walking us through another trial full of twists and turns with the charismatic protagonist narrating.
Don't get me wrong, there is still an intense legal battle with plenty of twists and turns and a climactic courtroom ending I didn't see coming at all view spoiler [The in-court suicide from a crooked police investigator hide spoiler ] , but it also ventures deeper into the life of a defense attorney that doesn't miraculously and unrealistically only defend innocent people.
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