- Narrated by: R. C. Bray
- Length: 10 hrs and 35 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 10-04-12
- Language: English
- Publisher: HighBridge, a division of Recorded Books
Some LAPD characters from Wambaugh’s acclaimed “Hollywood Station” series are here: the surfer cops “Flotsam and Jetsam,” aspiring actor “Hollywood Nate” Weiss, and young Britney Small, along with new members of the midwatch, all gamely coping with the wackiness of Hollywood. It’s a tale only Wambaugh could have told, with his trademark dark humor and unflinching eye for detail.
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By Ryan on 14-09-12
This is a Hollywood Station novel.
What did you love best about Harbor Nocturne?
After initially thinking this was not in the Hollywood Station series, I was thrilled to realize that it was a continuation of the stories of the men and women I grew to love in Wambaugh's earlier novels. It was particularly nice to see what had happened to the surfer cops after the accident in the last book. I love all of these characters and was grateful for another chance to visit their world.
Any additional comments?
I felt that this reader did a great job, but I hate it when they change readers mid series.
9 of 9 people found this review helpful
By Vic Graninger on 30-05-12
From the first paragraph Joseph Wambaugh had me
What made the experience of listening to Harbor Nocturne the most enjoyable?
Joseph Wambaugh's story telling grabs you from the start and doses not let you go. He has a way of making his characters real and his fiction stories so real you would swear they were right out of the hidden Los Angles Hollywood never shows you.
What about R. C. Bray???s performance did you like?
R.C. brought depth and texture to all of the characters - this made the story even more real - I actually had deep feelings for the main characters thanks to R.C.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
When Dinko's mother finally accepted Lita with all of her baggage and short comings and Lita finally learned to trust someone and most of all how Dinko grew up and became the man his father would have been proud to say was his son.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful