A dark and disturbing audio short story from the master of the crime genre.
A famous writer asks a boxman to open an old safe that comes with the mansion he's just bought. It's not as easy a job as he's used to, but with money being tight and a child on the way, it'll pay to persevere - unless, of course, this is actually the job that will change things and haunt him for ever.
Read by David W. Collins. David W. Collins began building his voice-over career almost 10 years ago, performing in numerous radio spots, video games, national TV commercials and phone systems. Before relocating to Los Angeles earlier this year, David was seen in a theatrical run at Berkeley Repertory Theater, and performed the National Anthem as a soloist at various sporting events around the San Francisco Bay Area.
(p) 2012 Hachette Audio
The greatest living American crime writer has landed another telling blow to his nearest rivals. - Mirror on The Fifth Witness
Connelly has proved himself the king of US police procedurals, and now his legal books are the equal of John Grisham's - Independent on Sunday
While the themes of Connelly's LA crime novels are familiar (power, envy, corruption), his plotting is anything but' - Esquire
This latest novel is as shamelessly entertaining as its predecessors, with the customary skilful plotting even more burnished...in the crime fiction stakes Connelly is comfortably in the upper bracket - The Express on The Fifth Witness
A former police reporter for the Los Angeles Times, Michael Connelly is the internationally bestselling author of the Harry Bosch series, and several other bestsellers including the highly acclaimed legal thriller, The Lincoln Lawyer. He has been President of the Mystery Writers of America, and his books have been translated into thirty-nine languages and have won awards all over the world, including the Edgar and Anthony Awards. He spends his time in California and Florida