Michael Connelly Writing Styles in Chasing the Dime: A Novel

Michael Connelly
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Point of View

Chasing the Dime by Michael Connelly is told entirely in the first-person perspective. The entire novel is laid out from the point of view of the main character, Henry Pierce. As he is the focus of the science, the setup, and the solution, it is only right that the novel be written entirely from his perspective. For the story to evolve, and the depths of the conspiracy to be appreciated, it is necessary for Connelly to maintain this style of writing and he does so reliably and confidently. The outcome is a well paced, exciting who done it with many twists and turns that leave the reader guessing as to the outcome right up until the very end.

While there is some dialogue throughout, as Henry interacts with the key players on several levels, the focal point remains on Henry as he tries to unravel first...

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