Then the following night a member of the crew is murdered. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. This one, which came out several years after book 6 in the series, was a little slower for me than previous books, but I didn't like it any less.
The second is Jason, one of Anna's cameramen. I really liked the author's style, and would like to read more of his work, based on the strength of this one. Prior to starting The Night Crew, its basic premise Crew had me intrigued -- in which LTC Sean Drummond (the cocky US Army lawyer featured in many of Haig's other books) is assigned to defend a young female soldier who, along with four other soldiers, is accused of committing depraved atrocities against some Iraqi POWs they were assigned to guard. The woman in charge of the crew ends up catching the attention of a murderous stalker and a cat and mouse game between the two commences. If this were not bad enough, a senior Iraqi official is dead after a severe beating, and the night crew is on the hook. They get footage of the boy falling to his death. This is a mystery. Best-selling author John Sandford takes all the action and suspense of his acclaimed Prey novels and heads west to the dark gleam of L.A.- where the Night Crew works. More clever and. Co counsel Katherine Carlson and Sean have a history. And then she finds she's being stalked by someone with a frighteningly warped sense of reality. And of course, there is a killer on the loose. All rights reserved. Instead, our system considers things like how recent a review is and if the reviewer bought the item on Amazon. Let us know what’s wrong with this preview of, Published Edition Notes Series Wheeler large print book series. Freelance photography -- California -- Los Angeles -- Fiction. I listened to the introduction and thought that the story and the narrator were both excellent. 0 with reviews - Be the first. As usual, the characterization is fairly strong, and the action is decent, but this group lacks the "certain special something" to make it really memorable as anything other than a time-killer. I found myself thinking, "Wait, what?" I thought the characters were charismatic and had a great rapore.
It leads to a big payday for the night crew but sometime during the night the crew goes from being voyeur to part of the story. Took me a while to get into this one, but when I did I could hardly put it down and finished it in about 24 hours. Very intense, but I can't say that I really loved it. This is without doubt the BEST Sean Drummond novel yet. Everyone involved in this brilliantly complex legal mystery is operating with conflicting motives and agenda's and Sean struggles to unravel the three dimensional jigsaw puzzle within the parameters of military law and salvage justice for not only his client but the US Army. Start by marking “The Night Crew (Sean Drummond, #7)” as Want to Read: Nothing exceptional, really, just a book that shows a solid command of the expectations of the thriller genre, enhanced perhaps by Sandford's eye for character differentiation and ear for glib dialogue. Clearly Sean is a man used to getting his own way and this book never got boring. Recommended. Night Crew takes place in Los Angeles instead of Minneapolis and follows Anna Batory, a freelance videographer who roams the city listening to police calls in hopes of beating regular news crews to a story so she can sell some video to the networks. Although Drummond remains a cocky, smart-ass combat veteran and US Army lawyer, he is a much more serious character now while Haig is dealing with much more serious, co. No elements found. I started to read this book and realize I have read it before. This one, alas, is not one of his best; its main character is unlikeable and the book itself feels very rushed, very clumsily plotted. I read the book and would say read at your own risk.
Who is manipulating events? http:\/\/www.worldcat.org\/oclc\/43258894> ; http:\/\/purl.oclc.org\/dataset\/WorldCat> ; http:\/\/www.worldcat.org\/title\/-\/oclc\/43258894#PublicationEvent\/london_headline_feature_1997>. It's Sandford, but early Sandford, it's a mystery, has all the elements of a whodunit, but Sandford's sharp wit is missing. Having read all of Brian Haig's previous books, you can only imagine how thrilled I was to stumble onto the fact that a new book was being released and that it featured one of my favorite literary characters, newly promoted Lt. Col. Sean Drummond. I like Sanford much better in the wilds of Muskie land. However, this book's torture events are brutal and disturbing. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.