Chasing the Dime by Michael Connelly

This is the first Connelly novel I’ve read without a recurring character. It’s a stand alone book published 2002.

It’s excellent. But readers are much less keen than for his Harry Bosch books.

The plot really kept me going. It was hard to believe that such a smart man kept doing so many dumb things, however. 😀

A hot-shot entrepreneur is on the verge of announcing a historic (and potentially very lucrative) breakthrough in nanotechnology.

In an attempt to escape the pressure of his work, he becomes fascinated with a peculiar puzzle: what happened to the woman who had his telephone number before him …

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Career gymnastics coach who loves the outdoors, and the internet.

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