Void Moon

Void Moon

eBook - 2001
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A novel on a casino robbery in Las Vegas carried out by a woman. She is Cassie Black, a professional thief who thought she was stealing a quarter million dollars. Instead, the loot turns out to be two million and the mob sends a killer after her.
Publisher: New York : Warner Vision Books, 2001.
Edition: 1st eBook ed.
ISBN: 9780759560697


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Jul 11, 2020

This new book is a success. It has a realistic plot, blessedly free of the apocalyptic events current in our society, well drawn characters with stereotypical personalities (the heroine, the detective, multiple villains) and endearingly detailed descriptions of the technical aspects of commiting crime. Best is the sustained suspense, worst is the belief stretching happy ending.

Dec 16, 2019

Amazingly good! Surprisingly good! A bit of Leonard, a bit of Chandler and a bit of Sandford. A perfect mix which makes for a fast paced, tension filled story with well-constructed characters. Thanks, Connelly!

Sep 19, 2018

I just could not put this book down, it is so different from any of his other novels that I wondered if he indeed wrote it. I loved it, such a departure from the Harry Bosch novels. I am looking forward to reading more of his non-series books.

Nov 23, 2017

Void Moon is to date my favorite Connelly story. I am re-reading all of his novels, in order. Obviously, good and bad are the theme, but he expertly makes the lead character share both. And, the lead is a woman. That's hard for a male author.
The story line is stretched, but believable with the pace. And I really like the ending. It's happy, but obviously short lived.
I give this novel a 10. Crais and Sanford, also part of my retirement re-read, are in the same tier.

Aug 18, 2017

I'm a huge Connelly fan and I have read everything, minus the boook that just came out in July 17. Void Moon is my favorite book I have ever read. I have read it more than once and it never get's old.

I'm reading a lot of Robert Crais and Dennis Lehane now. They are good, however they are not Connelly.

Jan 30, 2017

Fantastic read! Got some chapters left but I've enjoyed it very much so far. No Bosh and his step brother Lawyer , thank God ;). Connelly is a real story teller in the best Chandler's tradition.

Aug 18, 2015

No Harry Bosch, so what? This book was dissed by some because it was different than other Connelly series novels. It doesn't have the old familiar characters which turns some people off, even claiming that they couldn't finish reading it. Close minded people are always missing the point it seems. Well it stands alone, doesn't need Harry Bosch or the Lincoln Lawyer to make a great story. At times I felt like I was reading a Dean Koontz story, which is a compliment to Mr Connelly in my opinion. Different, and excellent.

May 02, 2015

Not like Bosch but fun read nonetheless.

Mar 21, 2014

This is the first Connelly book that I just could not read...didn't make it past the first 100 pages. I guess every author has to have 1 dud in their collection and this was his.

Mar 17, 2013

Great read from beginning to end--you expect one thing and something else happens (sign of a great suspense novel)!! I really enjoyed this story. 9 of 10 for me.

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