The Last Coyote

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Little, Brown, Apr 29, 2003 - Fiction - 400 pages
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Harry Bosch's life is on the edge. His earthquake-damaged home has been condemned. His girlfriend has left him. He's drinking too much. And after attacking his commanding officer, he's even had to turn in his L.A.P.D. detective's badge. Now, suspended indefinitely pending a psychiatric evaluation, he's spending his time investigating an unsolved crime from 1961: the brutal slaying of a prostitute who happened to be his own mother.

Even after three decades, Harry's questions generate heat among L.A.'s top politicos. And as the truth begins to emerge, it becomes more and more apparent that someone wants to keep it buried. Someone very powerful...very cunning...and very deadly.

Edgar Award-winning author Michael Connelly has created a dark, fast-paced suspense thriller that cuts to the core of Harry Bosch's character. Once you start it, there's no turning back.
 

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Review: The Last Coyote (Harry Bosch #4)

User Review  - mim - Goodreads

I got this book from the library to read while traveling. I'm going backwards and forwards in the life of the character Harry Bosch and it's kind of fun. Now I have more of the back story. I really ... Read full review

Review: The Last Coyote (Harry Bosch #4)

User Review  - Tim - Goodreads

Pretty well on par with the other books I've read (listened to) in the Harry Bosch series. In fact, I'll probably be repeating myself from the other reviews. I really like these books. They are clever ... Read full review

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Michael Connelly is the author of the recent #1 New York Times bestsellers The Fifth Witness, The Reversal, The Scarecrow, The Brass Verdict, and The Lincoln Lawyer, as well as the bestselling Harry Bosch series of novels. He is a former newspaper reporter who has won numerous awards for his journalism and his novels. He spends his time in California and Florida.

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