The Blue Knight

The Blue Knight

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Blue Knight 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 19 reviews.
Cunning-Linguist More than 1 year ago
I was encouraged to read a book by this author after a discussion with someone who happened to be reading a Michael Crichton book (Next). You know how they say, never judge a book by it's cover? Well, never judge a recommendation by someone reading an author you enjoy. The story lacked plot of any kind. If this was a submission to Readers Digest, the story could have been condensed and had the same effect as it's full blown version - which is to say in one word..."yawn." The character development was enjoyable and there were potential stories/plots that could have been fleshed out. If only that were the case. I wouldn't recommend this book. (Stick with David Baldacci's True Blue if you're looking for something in this arena)
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I started reading Joe Waubaugh after a review by Micheal Connelly. I have read everything written by Connelly and I have really enjoyed everything by Waubaugh. But I feel left hanging by Waubaugh on this on. The book was excellent but I do wish for another.
Timco More than 1 year ago
This was the book that started it all for this master of the police story. I've read all of them over the 35 plus years. His non-fictions The Onion Field and The Blooding were absolutely brilliant. The Blooding kicked off the DNA phenomena. I hope he lives to be a hundred and still writing. The black humor and gritty dialogue just continue to make you smile or laugh. He's a special writer like Stephen King and a forefather of writers like David Baldacci.......PS he made a star of Ted Danson who's role in the movie version of the Onion Field really put him on the map................................................
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Wambaugh writes from his experiences as a police officer. This was the first book of his I read and now I'm hooked. His writing is superb, the material is still topical. Nothing changes on the streets except the hair and clothing styles. He captures it all in this gripping novel.