Harry Bosch gets a call, too. The former LAPD detective hears from the wife of an old friend who has recently died. The death appeared natural, but this man's ties to the hunt for the Poet make Harry dig deep, and lead him into a terrifying, bewildering situation.
So begins the most compelling, frightening, and masterful novel Michael Connelly has ever written. The Narrows places Harry Bosch in league with Rachel Walling, at odds with the FBI and squarely in the path of the most ruthless and ingenious murderer in Los Angeles' history. What follows is a taut and tantalizing mystery that has Harry Bosch racing from the hostile vistas of the Nevada desert to the glittering Las Vegas strip to the dark corners of Los Angeles.
Through it all, Bosch works at his newfound life as father to a young daughter, balancing the deepest love he has ever felt with his own sense of mission and his profound awareness of evil.
Don't miss Detective Harry Bosch on the case in these Michael Connelly crime fiction novels.
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"Michael Connelly's best crime novel since City of Bones." (The New York Times)
"A dynamite plot, fully flowered characters, and a meticulous attention to the details of investigative procedure....Connelly is a master and this novel is yet another of his masterpieces." (Publishers Weekly)
I found my mind wandering most of the time and I wasn't anxious to get back to it to finish the book.....I was happy when it was over. I wouldn't recommend it to any of my friends. The ending was anti-climatic and predictable and the book was boring.
This is the first book I've read from this author. I wish I had previously read the others in the series; although, I certainly enjoyed the book. It kept me reading. The plot was interesting and suspenseful. Sometimes I could guess the next plot direction and sometimes not. I just wanted to keep reading.
I will choose this author again!
This is my first fiction "best seller" in years. I was looking for easy entertainment to take my mind off the real world. I liked it well enough to finish the story but did not find it compelling in any regard. (A bed wetter turned serial killer)? I'm definitely don't know why the book or the audio got such good reviews.
This book was boring and extremely predictable! I was looking forward to it ending so that I could start another book! I followed other reviews, but completely disagree with most of them.
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