The Reversal by Michael Connelly
This is the third Michael Connelly book I've read, and my overall impression of his writing is honestly just "meh."
Connelly falls into that James Patterson category for me: His books probably make good movies, but I don't want to read them.
I find the dialogue unbelievable, and the plot seems to just plod along pretty predictably. This story centers around his Lincoln Lawyer characters from previous novels and their efforts to re-convict a serial killer of children. The ending actually made me angry, because pretty much nothing was resolved. I know that's supposed to make us want to buy the next book, but it didn't work like that for me. It just felt like lazy writing. Sort of a "Hmm. I really don't feel like fleshing this story out, so I'll just roll it over into next year's contracted book and maybe I'll have a better ending idea by then" kind of thing.
So, yeah. This will most likely be my last Michael Connelly read.