Connelly is actually on my must-read-in-order list but sometimes I'm loaned a book and feel that I should read and return it in a timely manner, plus his novels are so well written that a person can jump in at any point and not feel left out. I've dabbled in Connelly's work and I've never been disappointed. His plots are tight, his narrative is quick and his characters leap off the page fully formed. Sometimes I like to cast the movie version of the books in my head; I still don't know who should be cast has Harry Bosch.
The Drop was another good read, in it Bosch solves two cases both of which have nice surprise twists.
Connelly is also good at giving his fans little treats along the way; I really liked his tip of the hat to Castle. Connelly has appeared two or three times, as himself, on the show so it was fun to get a reference in the book.
It was a very enjoyable book.