Lost Light

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Orion, 2003 - Bosch, Harry (Fictitious character) - 360 pages
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Reviewers and readers agree that Michael Connelly is writing at the top of his game, giving us crime fiction about the dark side of Los Angeles and reinventing the form with every book he writes. At the end of CITY OF BONES Bosch quit the LAPD, but he's back in a new role, one that will give him more freedom to pursue the cases that compel him.

When he left the LAPD Bosch took a file with him - the case of a film production assistant murdered four years earlier during a $2 million robbery on a movie set. The LAPD - now operating under post 9/11 rules - think the stolen money was used to finance a terrorist training camp. Thoughts of the original murder victim are lost in the federal zeal, and when it seems the killer will be set free to aid the feds' terrorist hunt, Bosch quickly finds himself in conflict with his old colleagues and with the FBI.

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A well thought out plot. - Goodreads
No spoiler here but the ending is...very interesting! - Goodreads
Truely amazing writing. - Goodreads
Interesting plot and easy to follow. - Goodreads
great plot, great character. - Goodreads
Great story line, great characters, great ending! - Goodreads

Review: Lost Light (Harry Bosch #9)

User Review  - Dave - Goodreads

Yet another great Harry Bosch story from Michael Connelly, a terrific writer. I was on the edge of my seat reading this right up to, and including the surprise ending. I will definitely be reading every one of the remaining Bosch stories. Read full review

Review: Lost Light (Harry Bosch #9)

User Review  - Alex Bonis - Goodreads

a little slower in the beginning but built up and was another great connelly book! Read full review

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About the author (2003)

A former police reporter for the Los Angeles Times, Michael Connelly is the author of eight other acclaimed Harry Bosch stories and several other bestselling novels. He lives in Tampa, Florida, with his wife and daughter.

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